The Business and Economics of Linux and Open Source (Broché)

Martin Fink

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The manager's guide to using Linux and open source for competitive advantage. Using Linux and open source technologies, thousands of enterprises are cutting colts, gaining flexibility, and discovering powerful new sources of business value. Now, there's an objective, realistic manager's guide to using Linux and open source technology for competitive Advantage. Martin Fink helps you get past both the hypesters and the naysayers, so you can accurately assess the benefits, costs, and risks of open source in your organization. Writing strictly from the manager's viewpoint. Fink covers every step of the Linux and open source business lifecycle, and every crucial issue, from licensing to collaborating with the open source community of developers. Coverage includes: Assessing the costs, benefits, and risks of pursuing Linux and open source initiatives; Open source licensing: avoiding the minefields; Managing Linux and open source projects within your company; Assessing the size, breadth, and capabilities of the open source community; Building strong, positive, synergistic relationships with external open source communities; The crucial role of Linux standards; Integration, development, deployment, migration, coexistence, support, and training; Understanding the difference between the Linux kernel and the Linux operating system; Understanding and choosing Linux distributions; How the open source paradigm impacts commercial software developers; Open source business models: what it takes to make a profit from open source technology; Applying the open source development methodology in a corporate setting.
  • GROUNDWORK
    • The Business of Linux and Open source
    • Linux - Heart of the Operating System
    • Open source - Navigating the Legal Path to Freedom
    • Communities and Organizations
  • OPERATIONAL LINUX
    • Distributions - Completing Linux
    • The Cost of Linux and Open Source
    • Standards - One Linux
    • Operations - Using Linux and open Source
  • OPEN SOURCE IN BUSINESS
    • The Corporate Bazaar
    • Value as a Function of Time
    • Business models - Making Money
    • Integrating Open Source into Your Business
    • Human Resources - Getting Top Talent
  • Date de parution : 06/02/2003
  • Editeur : Pearson
  • ISBN : 0-13-047677-3
  • EAN : 9780130476777
  • Présentation : Broché
  • Nb. de pages : 250 pages
  • Poids : 0.43 Kg
  • Dimensions : 15,5 cm × 23,0 cm × 1,7 cm

Biographie de Martin Fink

MARTIN FINK is General Manager for Hewlett-Packard's Linux Systems Division, where he has been leading Linux development activities for more than three years. He is responsible for driving HP's overall Linux and open source strategy and managing the firm's open source business processes. He is also Vice President of the Board of Directors for the Open Source Development Lab, a global consortium of industry leaders dedicated to promoting Linux and Linux-based programming for enterprise and telecom carrier-class environments.

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