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Event Details

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Open Source Ecosystem Evolution: OpenStack and Kubernetes models

The old open source model was all about offering alternatives to the proprietary software, but this model is evolving and companies are seeing a lot of potential in Open Source and starting to make great investments, also there are companies that went from fighting it to embrace it. This is causing a clear reaction in the ecosystem, with a new wave of developers, companies and business models that are altering the status quo. 

In order to allow businesses to have an influence without monopolizing the projects, the Apache Software Foundation introduced a new way for open source and corporations to interact: companies could be represented in the foundation by individual participants. This approach has become the inspiration for running open source projects and is used today by Openstack and Kubernetes projects.

This talk pretends to analyze the Open Source ecosystem history and to compare the different evolutions using the Openstack and Kubernetes Open Source models as an example.

What can I expect to learn?

Attendees should learn a bit about the history and how the Open Source ecosystem was evolving. It also will give them an analysis and comparison between the Kubernetes and Openstack communities.

Wednesday, November 14, 5:10pm-5:50pm (4:10pm - 4:50pm UTC)
Difficulty Level: Beginner
SUSE, Team Lead Openstack
Antonio Ojea is an OpenStack Team Lead at SUSE. He started working as a Network Engineer in a Telecommunications company for more than 10 years.  He took advantage of the opportunity offered by Midokura to join the company in 2015 to apply his real-life, in-the-trenches business experience to help to make its SDN solution, Midonet, more robust, performant and scalable. In his spare time, he... FULL PROFILE