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Driving Digital Transformation: The Open Source Approach

The open source model of open collaboration and innovation is now the dominant paradigm in the software industry. In parallel, software is now the key driver of innovation in all sectors of society. This means that digital transformation, and specifically IoT and Edge Computing, are primarily driven through software innovations. Consequently, those who will master the art of using, contributing, participating, and leading open source projects and communities will greatly increase the effectiveness of their digital transformation initiatives

In this presentation, you will understand how an open source is integral to digital transformation by exploring how it is leveraged in specific verticals and use cases. You will also explore specific business models focused on open source technologies and learn about leading open source ecosystems related to IoT and Edge Computing.
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Frédéric Desbiens, Program Manager, IoT and Edge Computing, Eclipse Foundation
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