Posts Tagged ‘open core’

Open Source Strategies for the Enterprise

Friday, October 19th, 2012

Last week, during my flight to Paris, I finally had the chance to read Simon Phipps’ book entitled  Open Source Strategies for the Enterprise. Buy it. Great value at zero price! I read it quite fast because I already knew its main contents: in fact, the book is a rational selection of Simon’s posts that […]

Gartner quotes SpagoBI in the 2012 MQ for BI Platforms report

Friday, February 17th, 2012

Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence Platform, February 2012, is out. This year major OS BI-related vendors as Actuate (BIRT), Jaspersoft, Pentaho are in; SpagoBI, the only pure OS BI product is quoted. As the SpagoWorld initiative founder, I’m very proud to see SpagoBI suite – SpagoWorld flagship project – included in the Gartner’s report, […]

Open Core and Pure Open Source

Friday, April 16th, 2010

The recent OSBC Conference in San Francisco has risen again the “never-sleeping” debate about the open core model and, generally speaking, on open source business models. It is also collected by Andrea Gioia in his OSS Discussions, available in this Blog, entitled Open Core Predecessors, The rise of Open Core and The debate on Open […]

The debate on Open Core business model

Thursday, April 8th, 2010

There has been a significant amount of interest in the Open Core business model since Andrew Lampitt articulated it and its benefits for combining open source and commercial licensing. After a period of relative calm  the debate liven up again last month after the Open Source Business Conference when few analysts critically review the usage […]