Global Mobile Vision 2016 Conference

Global Mobile Vision 2016 Conference

Talk around Open Innovation delivered at the GMV 2016 Conference in KINTEX, Seoul, S. Korea. October 6, 2016

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Harish Pillay

October 06, 2016
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  1. Open Innovation Fast, Flexible Future Global Mobile Vision 2016 Conference

    Harish Pillay Global Head, Community Architecture and Leadership hpillay@redhat.com Red Hat
  2. What is Open Innovation?

  3. Or specifically Open Source Innovation?

  4. Time for a story

  5. The Red Hat story

  6. Chapter 1 1993-2002 ~ 10 years

  7. Red Hat Linux 7.3 from 2002

  8. What did we do?

  9. ➢ Started curating the code being created online that people

    had a hard time putting together
  10. ➢ Started curating the code being created online that people

    had a hard time putting together ➢ Made the code available via FTP download and also on diskettes and CDs
  11. ➢ Started curating the code being created online that people

    had a hard time putting together ➢ Made the code available via FTP download and also on diskettes and CDs ➢ Helped to proliferate the idea that there is enormous innovation happening in the Free Software world that we can all benefit from
  12. Chapter 2 2003-2006 ~ 3 years

  13. ➢Re-branded to Red Hat Enterprise Linux

  14. ➢Re-branded to Red Hat Enterprise Linux ➢ Only one product

    segment – the Operating System for enterprises
  15. ➢Re-branded to Red Hat Enterprise Linux ➢ Only one product

    segment – the Operating System for enterprises ➢ Innovation from the open source community helped make virtualization part of Linux
  16. Chapter 3 2006-2016 ~ 10 years

  17. ➢ + JBoss middleware - 2006 ➢ + improved virtualization,

    KVM - 2008 ➢ + OpenShift – (PaaS but today it is Container as a Service – CaaS) - 2010 ➢ + Fuse (from FuseSource) – 2012 ➢ + Ceph – 2014 ➢ + FeedHenry - 2014 ➢ + Ansible - 2015 ➢ + 3Scale - 2016 Partially extracted from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_Hat#Mergers_and_acquisitions
  18. RED HAT’S PROJECT TO PRODUCT PROCESS We participate in and

    create community- powered upstream projects. We integrate upstream projects, fostering open community platforms. We enable software and hardware partners, customers, and academia to participate at every stage of development. We commercialize these platforms together with a rich ecosystem of services and certifications. PARTICIPATE INTEGRATE STABILIZE 1M+ PROJECTS (upstream projects) (community platforms) (supported products platforms, and solutions) ®
  19. OPEN SOURCE TO THE ENTERPRISE 1M+ projects* * www.blackducksoftware.com/oss-logistics/choose

  20. Open Innovation • To make innovation happen faster, Red Hat

    open sources all the acquisitions – this is part of the Red Hat ethos
  21. Open Innovation • To make innovation happen faster, Red Hat

    open sources all the acquisitions – this is part of the Red Hat ethos • Work with as many open source communities as possible – to help with cross-pollination of code and ideas
  22. RED HAT DEVELOPMENT POWERHOUSE Source: Bitergia OpenStack Icehouse Analysis, October

    15, 2014 http://blog.bitergia.com/2014/10/15/the-openstack-juno-release-activity-and-organizations/ Corporate contributions to OpenStack OPENSTACK JUNO RELEASE NUMBER OF COMMITS COMPANY / ORGANIZATION * * Includes only the top 10. RED HAT HP IBM MIRANTIS RACKSPACE SUSE OPENSTACK FOUNDATION B1 SYSTEMS VMWARE NEC 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 3,500
  23. Chapter 4 2016 onwards ...

  24. COMPANY REVENUE FY 2003 – FY 2016 BOOKINGS BY CHANNEL

    FY2016 GLOBAL BOOKINGS FY2016 2BILLION OPEN SOURCE COMPANY the $ DOLLAR FIRST in the WORLD AMERICAS 60.00% EMEA 24.00% APAC 16.00% Source: Red Hat, Inc. .00 .50 1.00 1.50 2.00 (in billions) INDIRECT 72.00% DIRECT 28.00% $2.05B FY 04 FY 06 FY 08 FY 10 FY12 FY 14 FY 16
  25. Everyone want to be Open! • The success of open

    source has established the truth that when ideas, code, designs default to open, innovation can happen very, very quickly
  26. Everyone want to be Open! • The success of open

    source has established the truth that when ideas, code, designs default to open, innovation can happen very, very quickly • Ideas that are shared is like a candle flame that gets “shared” and increases the overall brightness
  27. “Participation in an open source project, whether maintained by the

    Company or by another commercial or non- commercial entity or organization, does not constitute a conflict of interest even where such participant makes a determination in the interest of the project that is adverse to the Company's interests.” Red Hat Code of Business Conduct and Ethics https://investors.redhat.com/~/media/Files/R/Red-Hat-IR/governance-docs/code-of-business-conduct-and-ethics.pdf
  28. Thank You Harish Pillay hpillay@redhat.com @harishpillay