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Open Source & DevOps Market trends - Open Core Summit

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Open Source developers are pushing the world of technology forward. At JFrog, from day one, we worked closely with developers (we’re developers too!) to make sure we solved actual problems.
We’re not a developer-first company.
We’re a developer company.
But this means that, like you, we’ve had plenty of “learning moments.” In this talk, we’ll share some key insights so other project owners can avoid falling into the same holes we’ve fallen into. Further, we’ll share some interesting statistics about the DevOps market that will help you gain insight into your own domain, and how you can practically address larger market movements that the bosses’ bosses’ bosses are really caring about.

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Open Source & DevOps Market trends - Open Core Summit

  1. 1. DON’T MAKE THE SAME MISTAKES WE DID: LEARNINGS FROM 5000 CUSTOMERS Ido Green @greenido
  2. 2. IDO GREEN VP Technology
  3. 3. HOW DO YOU SERVE THE COMMUNITY WHILE ALSO RUNNING A BUSINESS?
  4. 4. Open Source At JFrog
  5. 5. OPEN SOURCE SOLUTIONS AROUND BINARIES Artifact management with OSS plugins Artifactory community edition for C/C++ Conan OSS package management
  6. 6. CONAN.IO - LESSONS LEARNED with the communityDevelopers and maintainers are directly doing support and Engaging with users. Community members’ support each others (e.g. CppLang slack "conan" channel) Users become contributors & help debugging.
  7. 7. OPEN SOURCE SOLUTIONS SDKs Plugins For IDEs VS Code (soon)
  8. 8. OPEN SOURCE FOUNDATIONS
  9. 9. ▪ Bintray - Free Distribution for OSS Projects ▪ JCenter - OSS JVM language packages ▪ GoCenter.io - Free, Central Go Modules Repository OPEN SOURCE PROGRAMS
  10. 10. HomebrewBintray METRICS (YTD) 9.8 Billion Downloads 4.6 PB of Data Transfer 411 Million Downloads 1.5 PB of Data Transfer Downloads DataTransfer
  11. 11. DebianConan (C/C++)Jcenter METRICS (YTD) 6.4 Billion Downloads 894.6 TB of Data Transfer 42.2 Million Downloads 25.2 TB of Data Transfer 259 Million Downloads 59.7 TB of Data Transfer Downloads DataTransfer
  12. 12. JFrog & Google Sponsor Free Artifact Management For OSS Projects OPEN SOURCE PROGRAMS The JFrog Community if you haven't already, and you maintain an OSS project, join us, it's free! jfrog.com/oss
  13. 13. OPEN SOURCE PROGRAMS - By Numbers ~80% GROWTH from Aug 2018 to present. Over 75 Open Source Projects leveraging this program.
  14. 14. “Open Source Software is eating the world”
  15. 15. BEING IN THE FLIGHT DECK OF DEVOPS
  16. 16. SOFTWARE DEVELOPERS IN THE WORLD * GitHub self-reports ~40 million
  17. 17. 22% YOY DEVOPS BUDGET GROWTH Through 2022 DEVOPS IS STILL GROWING “...projections underestimate DevOps’ extended impact on IT.” *DevOps: The New Heart of IT. Oppenheimer. 2018.
  18. 18. THE DEVOPS ARENA Red Hat GKE Amazon EKS DigitalOcean Azure AKS Pivotal Container Service
  19. 19. CONTINUOUS DELIVERY
  20. 20. TOP PRIORITIES Increase velocity of code to production Security Increase cloud adoption 88 71 47 29 29 41 Revenue Acceleration Improved Agility Cost Reduction Better Management of Regulatory & Compliance Risks Increased Customer Satisfaction Other
  21. 21. WHERE IS THE FOCUS? ▪ Scaling / change management ▪ Legacy processes/apps ▪ Growing number of microservices ▪ Build high quality vs Ship new features 28 27 20 19 6 Agility and Time to Market Quality of Services Cost Efficiency Security and Risk Reduction Other
  22. 22. DOWNTIME IS EXPENSIVE Downtime costs companies an average of $336,000/h. In (bigger) companies → $540,000/h. - Gartner
  23. 23. “In a world where everything is moving so rapidly, simply being fast isn't enough; you have to be faster than all your competitors” RELEASE FAST OR DIE
  24. 24. 2019 OPEN SOURCE MARKET Fueling Innovation Big-names keep investing in Open Source Expect continued security improvements & focus
  25. 25. MAIN FOUR CONCERNS Kubernetes adoption Cloud Native Hybrid / Multi-cloud Security
  26. 26. MAIN FOUR CONCERNS Kubernetes adoption Cloud Native Hybrid / Multi-cloud Security
  27. 27. THE REALITY: <30% USING K8S TODAY THE HYPE: “Everyone is using Kubernetes.” ~85% IN 3 YEARS KUBERNETES IS STILL GROWING UP
  28. 28. MAIN FOUR CONCERNS Kubernetes adoption Cloud Native Hybrid / Multi-cloud Security
  29. 29. THE REALITY: 50% OF DEVOPS IS CLOUD NATIVE THE HYPE: “Cloud Native is something that everyone defaults to now.” 95% BY 2020 REALITY CHECK: CLOUD NATIVE IS HERE “The future will be containerized and those containers will run on serverless infrastructure.” - Brendan Burns
  30. 30. MAIN FOUR CONCERNS Kubernetes adoption Cloud Native Hybrid / Multi-cloud Security
  31. 31. THE REALITY: 50% HYBRID DEVOPS TODAY STRATEGICALLY THE HYPE: “Hybrid is a stepping stone to pure cloud.” 78% BY NEXT YEAR HYBRID IS A DESTINATION, NOT A STEP
  32. 32. ▪ 20% of enterprises with more than 1,000 employees plan to double their public cloud spending. ▪ 71% of enterprises will increase their public cloud spending by more than 20% Workloads Distribution in 2019 vs in 2022 26 25 49 25 23 52 % of Workloads CONSENSUS: HYBRID IS AN INTERNATIONAL DESTINATION Public Cloud Private Cloud On Premise
  33. 33. MAIN FOUR CONCERNS Kubernetes adoption Cloud Native Hybrid / Multi-cloud Security
  34. 34. THE REALITY: 60% NOT INTEGRATED INTO DEVOPS PIPELINE THE HYPE: “Security is something we apply after development.” 29% FOCUSED ON THIRD-PARTY VULNERABILITIES SECURITY IS COMING INTO THE PIPELINE
  35. 35. TOP ASPECTS - OSS LIBRARY GOVERNANCE What do you take into consideration when deciding which OSS libraries to use? 1. Quality 2. Activity on Source Repository 3. Vulnerabilities 4. License - JFrog survey
  36. 36. SECURITY TOOL CRITERIA 1. Universal - Support of many technologies 2. Integration with other DevOps tools 3. Quality of Data What were the top 3 decision-making factors that you considered when selecting your software composition security analysis tool? - JFrog survey
  37. 37. TOP SECURITY CONCERNS ▪ 1st and 3rd party Vulnerabilities ▪ Data Security - JFrog survey
  38. 38. SECURITY VS VELOCITY: Automate pipeline Deployment automation Test platform management WHERE ARE THE BOTTLENECKS?
  39. 39. SECURITY VS VELOCITY – TESTING? “44% say that they are only testing about 0-30% of their codebase.”
  40. 40. MAIN FOUR CONCERNS Kubernetes adoption Cloud Native Hybrid / Multi-cloud Security
  41. 41. Thank You! Have A Productive Day! Ido Green @greenido
  42. 42. DebianConan (C/C++)JcenterHomebrewBintray METRICS (YTD) 9.8 Billion Downloads 4.6 PB of Data Transfer 411 Million Downloads 1.5 PB of Data Transfer 6.4 Billion Downloads 894.6 TB of Data Transfer 42.2 Million Downloads 25.2 TB of Data Transfer 259 Million Downloads 59.7 TB of Data Transfer

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