OpenLogic Provides Certified and Supported CentOS Images on Windows Azure PlatformMicrosoft Openness Blog, April 16, 2013Microsoft has announced the general availability of Windows Azure Infrastructure Services, including Windows Azure Virtual Machines and Windows Azure Virtual Network. This new service makes it easy for customers to move applications into the cloud on their terms, saving both time and money. Compatible operating systems and images available through the online gallery, which includes OpenLogic.
Deploying OpenLogic CentOS images on Windows Azure Virtual MachinesWindows Azure Blog, January 11, 2013Eric Weidner, OpenLogic Co-founder and Director of Engineering, describing how the company provides support and services for CentOS customers, including details on how to get OpenLogic CentOS images running on Windows Azure Virtual Machines.
OpenLogic Brings CentOS into the Cloud with Windows AzureMicrosoft Openness Blog, January 11, 2013Microsoft is dedicated to ensuring that our software, services, and devices work easily across our platforms, especially with the global shift in IT toward the Cloud. With this in mind, we continue to work with other technology companies, both commercial and open source, to streamline interoperability and enhance functionality.
Boulder County Business Report, October 16, 2012Times are good for software engineers, at the expense of companies trying to hire them, according to the executives of some of Boulder and Broomfield counties' leading tech companies.
SD Times, April 4, 2012OpenLogic today announced the newest version of OLEX Enterprise Edition that now supports the Software Package Data Exchange (SPDX) specification to streamline compliance activities for companies using and distributing open source software.
Silicon Angle, April 4, 2012Today OpenLogic announced that the OLEX Enterprise Edition now supports the SPDX standard, alongside its latest contribution to the initiative. The PaaS vendor is open-sourcing a few SPDX, a decision that apparently makes it the first scanning vendor to "create and freely share SPDX files for commonly used projects."
SD Times, March 21, 2012OpenLogic, Inc., provider of enterprise open source support and management solutions for the data center and the cloud, today announced the newest version of its open source license compliance management solution, enabling greater team collaboration, improving efficiencies and empowering more corporate control through a new set of APIs.
ZDnet, March 20, 2012Higher adoption of open source software (OSS) today among enterprises is pushing the need for scanning tools that can help maintain compliance and minimize potential risks from OSS use and licensing, say market players, who add that this also optimizes benefits from using open source.
IT World, March 19, 2012With one open source monitoring vendor is repeating calls that nearly 71 percent of open source mobile apps are out of license compliance, the question of what actual priority free and open source license compliance gets continues to elude the community.
eWeek, March 19, 2012Enterprises continue to adopt open source at an accelerating pace in order to take advantage of the significant benefits it can deliver. How enterprises adopt, use and support open-source software in their organizations can impact budgets, as well as mission-critical goals and initiatives.
Silicon Angle, February 23, 2012OpenLogic, the provider of ultra-agnostic PaaS CloudSwing, announced the release of several critical improvements to its still-emerging but popular platform
eWeek, February 22, 2012OpenLogic, a provider of enterprise open-source solutions for the data center and the cloud, announced that it has added support for high-volume cloud applications and Websites to its CloudSwing platform as a service (PaaS) solution.
Silicon Angle, February 8, 2012Open PaaS provider OpenLogic reflects on its performance throughout 2011 in newly published report, which reveals a few trends that extend beyond the company alone.
TechRockies, February 8, 2012Broomfield, Colorado-baesd OpenLogic, the provider of open source software for the enterprise, reported Wednesday that it saw "record-breaking" sales each quarter in 2011, as part of what it says was strong growth for the company.
Ostatic, February 8, 2012For a long time now, the sluggish economy has helped boost adoption of open source in the enterprise, even as some IT administrators find themselves struggling with open source deployments and security issues.
ZDnet, January 10, 2012We all know that Linux, Apache and Samba are vital for business data center servers, Web servers and file and print servers respectively in businesses both large and small. What you may not know though what's trending below the top-tier of open-source software.
eWeek, January 9, 2012OpenLogic, a provider of enterprise open-source solutions for the cloud and the data center, recently announced its 2011 trending report for open-source software.
SD Times, January 6, 2012The term "platform-as-a-service" has officially graduated to buzzword. With dozens of new companies, and hundreds of old ones now looking into or offering PaaSes, that 2011 was the start of the PaaS boom is undeniable.
CMS Wire, January 5, 2012Enterprises have increasingly embraced open source as a part of their technology portfolio. Despite the growth, some leaders are still hesitant about "officially" endorsing open source options.
Silicon Angle, January 4, 2012OpenLogic released its outlook for the open source movement in the enterprise throughout 2012, leveraging eight different metrics to determine where adoption is going to be high or flat, and where will it decline.
Silicon Angle, January 4, 2012Today OpenLogic published its report on open source adoption trends in the enterprise. The company analyzed Google search results, its own OLEX search and download data, its own customer support contracts and its customers' platform-as-a-service deployments to determine which projects are trending up or down in terms of enterprise adoption in 2011.
DevX, January 3, 2012OpenLogic has announced that its open source CloudSwing platform as a service (PaaS) solution can now be deployed on the Rackspace Cloud. CloudSwing allows enterprises to create their own customized PaaS solutions.
Silicon Angle, December 29, 2011OpenLogic said today that its open-source PaaS offering can now be deployed by Rackspace Cloud users. CloudSwing is also becoming available via the Rackspace Cloud Tools catalog.
Talkin' Cloud, December 28, 2011OpenLogic CloudSwing, one of many recent entrants into the open source platform-as-a-service (PaaS) market, has announced its entry into the Rackspace Cloud Tools program.
eWeek, December 27, 2011Open-source cloud services provider OpenLogic announced Dec. 27 it has joined the Cloud Tools program with Rackspace Hosting, enabling CloudSwing to be deployed on the Rackspace Cloud.
InfoTECH, December 12, 2011A combination of the right management and monitoring tools will help companies to rapidly deploy and scale applications and this is what OpenLogic aimed to do when it bundled New Relic's SaaS-based cloud application performance management solution with its own Platform-as-a-Service cloud solution.
Silicon Angle, December 9, 2011Cloud-based app performance monitoring service New Relic has been integrated into CloudSwing, an open-source PaaS by OpenLogic.
Talkin' Cloud, December 9, 2011OpenLogic CloudSwing announced it has integrated the New Relic Standard Edition cloud application monitoring solution into its flexible offering for cloud developers.
ServerWatch, October 31, 2011One of the most popular models for cloud usage and deployment is the Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) model. PaaS models to date haven't always been as enterprise-focused as they should be according to OpenLogic, which is why the company is launching the CloudSwing PaaS.
Silicon Angle, October 27, 2011OpenLogic finally launched CloudSwing, a so-called open platform-as-a-service the company first announced back in August.
InfoWorld, October 27, 2011OpenLogic is launching a platform-as-a-service offering that aims to give users the flexibility that many developers like about infrastructure-as-a-service without the work.
The Register, October 27, 2011OpenLogic has launched a platform-as-a-service dubbed CloudSwing, which it is touting as the most flexible yet for the enterprise developer.
Cloud Times, October 27, 2011OpenLogic announced today the general availability of CloudSwing, the first-ever Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) for the enterprise with cost tracking and complete customization of technology stacks.
Ostatic, October 26, 2011Two years ago at the Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst predicted that in only a few years, 100 percent of major business software platforms and applications would incorporate open source components.
TMCnet, October 4, 2011OpenLogic, Inc., a company specializing in enterprise open source solutions for the cloud and the data center, unveiled a new version of OLEX Enterprise Edition.
Dr Dobb's, October 2, 2011Data digging company OpenLogic has rolled out a new version of OLEX Enterprise Edition, a code analysis and audit kit designed to "uncover the provenance" of code within open source projects.
SiliconANGLE, September 28, 2011Open-source software maker OpenLogic announced the latest version of OLEX Enterprise Edition, an offering that aims to give companies more visibility into their code, specifically within open source projects.
The H, August 19, 2011The Linux Foundation has announced that the SPDX working group has published SPDX 1.0, the first release of the Software Package Data Exchange specification.
GigaOm, August 16, 2011OpenLogic, a software vendor that helps companies better utilize open-source software, is turning its attention toward cloud computing.
CloudZone, August 16, 2011As if the PaaS market wasn't getting crowded enough, OpenLogic announced their take on Platform as a Service today with CloudSwing.
Boulder County Business Report, October 16, 2012OpenLogic Inc., a provider of open source software support, secured an additional $2 million in new funding.
TechRockies, August 16, 2011Broomfield, Colorado-based OpenLogic, the provider of enterprise open source software support, said today that it has raised another $2M in funding, plus converted exiting bridge financing.
PCWorld, August 10, 2011Developers and enterprise IT shops will soon have another option for PaaS (platform as a service) in the form of CloudSwing, an upcoming offering from OpenLogic that builds on its core business of providing technical support for open-source software.
eWeek, June 22, 2011In a case that could threaten open source GPL licensing in Germany, a Berlin court yesterday began hearing a lawsuit from German DSL router vendor AVM against web-filtering software firm Cybits.
JAXenter, June 2, 2011OpenLogic have published the results of their research, and it indicates that although the GNU General Public License (GPL) is chosen most often by open source developers for their code, enterprises prefer to use open source software licensed under the Apache license.
Datamation, May 26, 2011Maintaining open source license compliance in an enterprise development and production environment can sometimes be a complex task. Applications can pull from multiple open source projects, each with their own licensing requirements and obligations.
InfoTech, May 25, 2011OpenLogic has announced that OpenLogic Exchange (OLEX) now enables collaboration on open source compliance across the enterprise and the software supply chain.
SD Times, May 25, 2011OpenLogic today announced that OpenLogic Exchange (OLEX), a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution for comprehensive governance and provisioning of open source software, now enables collaboration on open source compliance across the enterprise and the software supply chain.
The H, May 25, 2011Colorado-based open source governance specialist OpenLogic has announced the addition of new collaborative compliance functionality for OpenLogic Exchange (OLEX), the company's software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution for provisioning, governance, scanning and compliance.
InfoTech, May 24, 2011OpenLogic, a provider of open source solutions, announced that its research on the popularity and adoption of various open source licenses revealed that GNU General Public License (GPL) is mostly chosen by open source developers while most enterprises prefer to use the open source software under the Apache License.
ZDNet, May 24, 2011App store licensing models that are not compatible with open source ones, resulting in apps being taken down from the marketplace, are causing confusion among developers and will likely inhibit open source development within the mobile computing space.
The H, May 18, 2011The results of a survey by OpenLogic, makers of scanning and governance tools and provider of open source support, show that while developers appear to prefer to license software under the GPL, enterprises prefer to use Apache-licensed software.
DZone, May 17, 201169% of open source projects are licensed under the GPL, while only 10% of open source apps used by enterprise applications are under the GPL. That's according to OpenLogic, a support and solutions provider for enterprise-grade open source software.
TechCrunch, May 17, 2011OpenLogic, makers of open source license compliance scanning software, have released some stats about open source license proliferation and popularity and it makes for some interesting reading.
InternetNews.com, May 16, 2011Open source software is defined by the open source licenses under which applications and code are made available. Have you ever wondered what the most popular open source licenses in use today are?
Ostatic, May 16, 2011Today and tomorrow, in San Francisco, one of the best open source events of the year is taking place: the annual Open Source Business Conference (OSBC).
SD Times, May 6, 2011The Linux Foundation, through its Open Compliance Program, is currently working on a standard for software packages and licenses.
Linux.com, April 19, 2011Open source compliance garnered its fair share of attention at the recently-completed Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit April 6-8 in San Francisco.
BetaNews, April 4, 2011Today Google cofounder Larry Page officially resumes the role of chief executive, a position he abdicated to Eric Schmidt 10 years ago.
ServerWatch, March 25, 2011Enterprise open source software solution provider, OpenLogic, Inc., has announced that it has partnered with MuleSoft and will resell MuleSoft's Tcat Server -- a leading enterprise Tomcat app server built on the open source project Apache Tomcat.
InfoTech, March 25, 2011OpenLogic, the premier provider of enterprise open source software support, scanning and governance solutions, has signed a partnership agreement with MuleSoft, the provider of Web middleware built on leading open source projects Mule ESB and Apache Tomcat.
eWeek, March 17, 2011Google's use of the Linux kernel in Android may violate GPL's "copyleft" provisions, say several open source software legal experts.
InfoWorld, March 11, 2011App stores are all the rage these days, with companies vying to release their software ahead of competitors. Not surprisingly, open source components are being used to speed development of these applications.
InfoTech, March 10, 2011OpenLogic, a provider of open source solutions that enable enterprises to safely acquire, support, and control open source software, won the Cloud Connect 2011 Launch Pad People's Choice competition.
SD Times, March 10, 2011Just in time for its first dedicated development conference, the Android smartphone platform took the top spot from BlackBerry in January.
Computerworld, March 8, 2011Increasing efforts by enterprises to glean business intelligence from the massive volumes of unstructured data generated by web logs, clickstream tools, social media products and the like has led to a surge of interest in open source Hadoop technology, analysts say.
TechCrunch, March 8, 2011One of the reasons a lot of big companies shy away from using open source software is because the plethora of open source licenses can make things confusing.
LinuxPlanet, March 8, 2011There are a lot of mobile apps that use open source software, but how many of them are in compliance with open source licensing rules?
InformationWeek, March 8, 2011An increasing number of apps found in smartphone app repositories are based on open source. For that matter, the number one platform, Android, is itself open source.
IBT, March 8, 2011Yes. That's the conclusion OpenLogic reached after scanning 635 representative popular paid and free mobile applications, 66 of which contained open-source code.
Linux Magazine, March 8, 2011The OpenLogic research into new mobile applications found that many iPhone and Android apps containing open source fail to comply with OSS licenses.
TechRockies, Feb 4, 2011Broomfield, Colorado-based OpenLogic, which provides support for open source software to enterprises, said this week that it has seen "record growth" in 2010.
eWeek, Feb 1, 2011OpenLogic, a provider of enterprise open-source software support, scanning and governance solutions, has released its list of the Top 10 open-source projects of 2010.
ComputerWeeekly.com, Feb 1, 2011OpenLogic's work in enterprise open source software support, scanning and governance solutions has allowed the company to record sales growth in 2010.
InternetNews.com, Feb 1, 2011Trying to come up with a list of the top ten open source projects is never an easy task - which is why I was interested in a new list put out today by OpenLogic.
DataMonitor, Jan 21, 2011OpenLogic, Inc., a provider of enterprise open source software support and open source governance solutions, has announced a partnership with Talend, another provider of open source software.
ZDnet, Jan 8, 2011Publishing your source may not be enough to comply with Open Source licenses like the GPL. In the sad case of VLC for iOS, a licensing conflict created an untenable situation that required it be pulled from the App Store.
The H, Dec 13, 2010Colorado-based open source governance specialist OpenLogic has announced the addition of new Agile functionality for OpenLogic Exchange (OLEX), the company's software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution for provisioning, governance, scanning and compliance.
ComputerWeekly.com, Dec 12, 2010Open source software is (of course) distributed (for the most part) under the GNU Lesser General Public License, which grants the right to modify and redistribute the software code itself.
InformationWeek, Dec 8, 2010Enterprise open source software developer OpenLogic on Wednesday expanded the capabilities and features of OpenLogic Exchange (OLEX), its software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution for provisioning, governance, scanning and compliance.
GroundReport, Oct 31, 2010According to a study from OpenLogic, a software services vendor, licensing for open source are used widely in app store apps for mobiles.
Linux.com, Oct 22, 2010The Linux Foundation has announced that open source governance and scanning solution provider OpenLogic has become its newest member.
Boulder County Business Report, Oct 15, 2010Broomfield-based OpenLogic Inc., a provider of enterprise open source software support broadened its presence in Europe through a partnership with Smile, an open source systems integrator in Europe.
InternetNews, August 11, 2010At LinuxCon, the Linux Foundation shows off a new compliance program, tools and resources to help enterprises track and manage open source licensing.
ZDNet, August 10, 2010The Linux Foundation is taking on the task of open source license compliance.
Linux Devices, August 10, 2010The Linux Foundation announced a program to help companies comply with open source licenses.
LinuxPlanet, August 10, 2010Linux and its associated open source technologies come with an array of licenses with which enterprises need to comply.
InfoWorld, August 6, 2010The two big lessons: Use approval processes and consider encouraging developer contributions to open source projects.
CMSWire, July 7, 2010Colorado-based OpenLogic, an enterprise open source solutions vendor, has just released the results of a survey that shows many companies are unaware that they may be distributing open source software, and thereby triggering critical "copyleft" provisions of open source licenses.
ZDNet, July 7, 2010A new survey from OpenLogic shows just how much potential open source auditors, like Black Duck, Palamida, and OpenLogic itself, still have in the enterprise space, despite their rising sales and profits.
Dr. Dobb's Journal, July 06, 2010OpenLogic has announced the results of a survey that shows many companies are unaware that they may be distributing open source software, and thereby triggering critical "copyleft" provisions of open source licenses.
Enterprise Networking Planet, July 6, 2010That Linux is a significant player in the enterprise comes as no surprise: Enterprise customers are a lot easier from which to generate revenue.
NetworkWorld, July 5, 2010Too many companies have no idea that they're distributing open source software and therefore violating the GPL, a survey by OpenLogic found.
BusinessWeek Exchange, June 9, 2010Hadoop, HBase, and friends are built from the ground up to support Big Data, but that doesn't make them easy.
LinuxPlanet, May 28, 2010The market for CentOS Linux-based appliances continues growing, thanks in part to a new network-monitoring virtual appliance from GroundWork and commercial support services from OpenLogic.
LXer, May 27, 2010OpenLogic today announced it will partner with GroundWork to provide CentOS support for the GroundWork Monitor Enterprise Quickstart Virtual Appliance based on CentOS.
SD Times, May 15, 2010A new open-source scanning tool from OpenLogic can identify the reuse of more than 6 billion lines of source code.
OStatic, May 12, 2010Can businesses and organizations paying for expensive licenses for proprietary software successfully switch to free, open source alternatives?
InfoWorld, April 30, 2010As open source usage becomes mainstream, it's important to ensure you're working with a product your company can rely on in the future and that the use complies with open source licensing. That's not as easy as it sounds.
SD Times, April 1, 2010Open-source license detection and protection software provider OpenLogic has created the M&A Open Source Audit Service for use by organizations doing a merger or acquisition that involves technology assets that might include open-source software.
The New York Times, March 15, 2010OpenLogic, which provides support and auditing services for open-source software, announced a new offering on Monday aimed at customers in the process of buying other companies.
ZDNet, March 15, 2010Hey, maybe the merger market isn't dead after all. I mention this because OpenLogic has just announced an open source audit service for mergers and acquisitions.
The H, March 15, 2010OpenLogic have launched a Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) Open Source Audit Service, which uses the company's OSS Deep Discovery technology to audit a companies software assets previous to a merger or acquisition.
Computerworld UK, February 23, 2010Open source has come a long way in the past few years, and great stories of open source's success are abound.
Computerworld, February 11, 2010We all know that lots of companies use open-source software. Trying to get a handle on what open-source programs they use can be a little harder.
The H, February 11, 2010OpenLogic has released its "momentum stats" for 2009, a top 5 list of open source packages which the company has sold the most support for over the year.
TMCnet, January 28, 2010OpenLogic is a provider of enterprise open source software solutions including several open source packages. Both the companies plan to offer credativ's on-depth third level support to OpenLogic's customers across Europe and North America.
ZDNet, January 28, 2010OpenLogic has signed a deal with Germany's Credativ to provide third-level support to its open source support customers.
The H, January 27, 2010US based OpenLogic and UK and Germany based Credativ have announced they are forming a partnership to broaden both companies enterprise open source support offerings.
Linux Journal, December 21, 2009Until just over two years ago, the General Public License, the all-pervasive Open Source license used by tens of thousands of Open Source projects, had never been the subject of a violation lawsuit – not once in its eighteen year history. September 2007 brought an end to that, unleashing a flurry of lawsuits against some of the biggest names in technology, a flurry that is still underway.
The H, December 18, 2009The Software Freedom Law Center (SFLC) and IP Netfilter Project have brought legal actions against a number of companies which use software licensed under the General Public Licence in their products, but fail to meet the licensing conditions imposed by the GPL.
TMCnet, December 18, 2009OpenLogic a vendor of enterprise open source software packages, has announced Open Source Fulfillment Center, a service designed, as company officials say, to help companies "ensure compliance with open source licenses."
Linux Devices, December 17, 2009On the heels of a recent lawsuit over GPLv2 violations filed against 14 companies by the Software Freedom Law Center (SFLC), open source software service provider OpenLogic has launched a service that helps companies ensure compliance with GPL licenses.
InternetNews.com, December 11, 2009Keeping tabs on your open source usage – and whether you're in sync with different code snippets' licenses – is increasingly critical. That's where vendors like Black Duck and OpenLogic hope to come in.
Computerworld, December 3, 2009Red Hat is the number one Linux company on the planet by a wide margin. Their flagship distribution, RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux), is great, and they have excellent technical support. That hasn't stopped other companies from trying to ride on their coattails, and lately more businesses are adopting Red Hat's Linux code base and offering support for it.
InfoWorld, December 3, 2009Earlier this week OpenLogic announced commercial support for CentOS, a Linux distribution derived from Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). The CentOS distribution is ostensibly RHEL source code with Red Hat's branding and artwork removed.
451 CAOS Theory, December 3, 2009We've been tracking the enterprise use of unpaid, community open source software for a few years now, particularly Linux. Today, it is clear to see that commercial paid support for this type of software is on the rise.
eBizQ, December 2, 2009OpenLogic, Inc., a provider of enterprise open source software solutions encompassing hundreds of open source packages, today announced for the first time it will begin to sell low cost support packages for community distributions of Linux.
TMCnet, December 2, 2009OpenLogic, Inc., a provider of enterprise open source software solutions encompassing hundreds of open source packages, has announced that for the first time, it will begin to sell low cost support packages for community distributions of Linux and the CentOS Linux solution.
eWeek/DesktopLinux, December 1, 2009Open source software service provider OpenLogic says it is now offering support for CentOS Linux, a clone of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL).
The H, December 1, 2009OpenLogic have announced that they are expanding their commercial support services for open source packages to include CentOS Linux.
JavaWorld, November 30, 2009Eclipse gives developers the option and ability to create a development environment that is suited to their needs.
Ostatic, October 30, 2009We've recently written about potentially far-reaching moves by the U.S. government to switch significant parts of its internal software infrastructure to open source.
InfoWorld, October 29, 2009DoD and other government agencies' multiple open source projects would benefit from OpenLogic's streamlined and consistent support process
The 451 Group, October 16, 2009I recently suggested that open core vendors should consider releasing the source code for their core open source project under a more permissive license, or better still via an existing community/foundation.
CMS Wire, September 15, 2009Open Source Enterprise CMS vendor Nuxeo is trying to make it easier for anyone interested in using its technology stack to bring those dreams to reality – from top to bottom.
DAMTrends, September 15, 2009Speaking of OpenLogic, the Colorado-based company has also reported the results of a survey they conducted earlier this month, along with their interpretation of the data.
The H, September 11, 2009A survey of 118 enterprise IT and development executives conducted by open source solution provider OpenLogic concludes that the "Open Core" model for open source licensing trails behind dual licensing and open source with commercial support, in terms of acceptability to the enterprise.
OStatic, September 10, 2009OpenLogic, which provides support, compliance and other services for many enterprise open source software solutions, is out with the results of a survey of 118 enterprise IT and development executives.
Sun System News, August 28, 2009A newly published Sun eBook addresses the economics of open source technology looking at the pluses and potential minuses companies may encounter if they are not educated about what comprises open source software.
TMCNet, July 29, 2009Open source software solutions provider OpenLogic, Inc. has reportedly upgraded the OpenLogic Exchange Enterprise Edition by adding several new cost saving opportunity capabilities.
LinuxInsider (TechNewsWorld), July 22, 2009Free software may be becoming more attractive to businesses, but even though using the software is free, chances are they'll still need to hire some technical assistance from time to time.
eWeek, July 16, 2009Knowledge Center contributor Carol J. Rizzo offers five tips on how to bring open-source software into your organization in a way that maps to your corporate risk factors, making open-source software no more or less of a risk than proprietary software.
O'Reilly, July 7, 2009In this O'Reilly webcast, Carol Rizzo, past CTO of Kaiser Permanente, AIG and CitiGroup, and Rod Cope, the founder and CTO of OpenLogic share their experiences and insights about using open source in the enterprise.
TMCNet, June 29, 2009OpenLogic, which sells enterprise open source software, has announced the results of what company officials characterize as an "informal" survey, finding that enterprise acceptance of open source software is increasing.
Product Design and Development, June 26, 2009OpenLogic today announced the results of an informal survey that found while enterprise acceptance of open source software increases, 60% of enterprises using open source lack effective means to track what open source software is installed.
The 451 Group, June 26, 2009Topics for this podcast inclue: OpenLogic sees growth, changing perspectives on open source.
OStatic, June 24, 2009When an open source application or platform gains traction in a company, does the I.T. department necessarily drive that?
LinuxInsider, May 29, 2009Pure, unadulterated FOSS is, of course, free to distribute as one pleases. What happens, though, when a private company grabs a piece of FOSS, adds a little of its own secret sauce to the mix, and creates a new application?
TechNewsWorld, May 27, 2009It used to be a given that free enterprise software came with a price tag for the technical support necessary to implement and maintain it.
TMCnet, April 30, 2009OpenLogic, Inc., a provider of enterprise open source software solutions has reportedly launched the new version of its OpenLogic Exchange Enterprise Edition (OLEX).
SD Times, April 29, 2009OpenLogic, which has provided packages of open-source software for use in enterprises, has extended today its platform to provide a complete picture of open-source use within an organization.
CIO.com, April 23, 2009Oracle's pending purchase of Sun Microsystems may not have an immediate effect on what customers currently pay to use Sun software, but changes are likely coming, observers said this week.
SD Times, April 23, 2009From a list of 16 items asked of 2,000 software decision makers for 2009, the use of open-source software has risen to the top.
BusinessWeek, April 21, 2009There's no shortage of commentary about whether or not Oracle's decision to buy Sun is a good deal for each party. But is it a good deal for Sun's customers?
Rocky Radar, March 31, 2009In the ten years since the term was coined, the development of open source software has moved from the garages of Silicon Valley to the mainstream.
TMCnet, March 23, 2009With an eye on cost-saving technologies that appear to be drawing more and more attention in this slower economy, a Broomfield, Colorado-based company today reportedly is launching new support levels for open source software solutions.
Search CIO Midmarket, March 23, 2009While options for open source solutions and other types of free software abound, many IT executives struggle with finding the best alternative that fits their business' needs and their IT architecture.
CIO.com, March 20, 2009OpenLogic is revamping its commercial support offerings for open-source projects with a new three-tier system that will be available starting next week.
B2B Magazine, March 9, 2009Ready to get jealous? How would you like to work in an industry that benefits from economic downturns and for companies that see revenue, customer acquisition and budgets grow during these toughest of times?
SecurityPark.net, February 23, 2009Companies everywhere are opening their doors to open source software. A recent survey by IDG of IT professionals revealed that nearly two-thirds were using open source software or planned to within the next year.
SecurityProNews, February 18, 2009Recently, 15 executives at open source companies sent a letter lobbying the Obama Administration to consider open source solutions.
Redmond Channel Partner, February 10, 2009The Collaborative Software Initiative (CSI) today posted an open letter to President Barack Obama on open source software. The letter urges him to mandate that the U.S. government consider open source software for federal IT initiatives.
CFO Magazine, January 1, 2009Open-source software is still used most often in operating systems, particularly in various forms of Linux, with which it is virtually synonymous. But more than half of companies adopting OSS are rolling out open-source applications, according to a Gartner survey.
OStatic, December 10, 2008OpenLogic has put together a series of training services that will help companies learn the ins and outs of using open source software. There are 4 different training options to choose from, ranging from days-long workshops to shorter sessions that last only a few hours.
Commercial Open Source Software, December 9, 2008OpenLogic keeps contributing open source knowledge through webinars as well as launching a website named Wazi — a word that means "open" in Swahili — an extension of OpenLogic Exchange comparing open source packages and licenses, sharing best practices and tips.
Boulder County Business Report, December 2, 2008As the economy bounces along in a state of uncertainty, experts say there is one particular area where companies should look to save money before thinking about cost-cutting alternatives such as layoffs.
BusinessWeek, December 1, 2008After a scan of more than 2,000 machines globally, the Open Source Census found that OpenOffice resided on 28% of enterprise machines vs. 73% of personal machines. The Open Source Census was started in April by open-source service provider OpenLogic to try and quantify how much open-source software has been downloaded by companies.
Network World, November 24, 2008Whether they know it or not, almost every enterprise has open source technologies installed. And with hundreds of thousands of open source projects floating around that are derived from countless pieces of source code that are subject to any number of licenses, it's imperative to implement governance measures to mitigate legal and operational risks.
InternetNews.com, November 17, 2008Gartner has a report out today claiming 85 percent of companies are now using open source. It's a funny number in my opinion since the reality is more like 100 percent.
LinuxInsider, November 13, 2008Belts are tightening around software budgets — from ordinary personal computer users to enterprise decision makers, everyone's trying to figure out how they can get what they need for less money. Is this an opportunity for open source software and the firms that support it?
OStatic, November 12, 2008Wazi is the Swahili word for open, and is a new effort from OpenLogic, which provides enterprise open source solutions, to provide original content on topics such as how open source packages can efficiently work together.
IT Business Edge, November 5, 2008In contrast with state governments, which donâ€™t seem to be doing much with open source software even in a time of economic strain, corporate technology buyers are serious about using open source to try to cut costs.
SOA World Magazine, October 23, 2008The Web 2.0 phenomenon of the last couple years - which has been picking up steam recently - is largely dependent on AJAX. This concept is beneficial to both the developer and user, as it makes programming Web applications more fun while enhancing the user experience.
Law.com, October 21, 2008In his highly acclaimed best seller, The World is Flat, Thomas Friedman hails open-sourcing as one of 10 "flatteners" of the world. Nevertheless, many enterprises have included open-source code in their proprietary software without fully understanding the risks.
eWeek, October 16, 2008Microsoft and OpenLogic both made moves Oct. 15 to further their open-source initiatives, with Microsoft releasing new software for Web developers and OpenLogic announcing new professional services to help companies increase their usage of open-source software.
TechRockies, October 16, 2008Broomfield, Colorado-based OpenLogic, which provides support for enterprise open source software, said this week that it has added new professional services packages targeted at helping companies implement open source software.
TMCnet, October 15, 2008OpenLogic, a provider of open source software solutions for enterprises, reportedly has introduced a set of new professional service packages to help companies identify, fine-tune and implement enterprise-ready open source products.
Enterprise Open Source Magazine, October 15, 2008The Open Source Census, the catch-as-catch-can opt-in attempt to discern trends in open source adoption that OpenLogic started, has collected six months worth of data on some 300,000 installations on about 2,000 machines.
InformationWeek, October 8, 2008Curious about patterns in corporate use of open source, I chatted up VP of Marketing Kim Weins for OpenLogic, creators of the OSS Discovery tool and a leading maker of open source enterprise integration and support tools.
OStatic, September 30, 2008The Open Source Census has released results from its ongoing tracking of open source trends, and there are some interesting data points being reported.
TMCnet.com, September 30, 2008The Open Source Census has announced the latest findings from their data collection regarding the use of open source software. These findings reveal that in just six months since it began, more than 300,000 open source package/project installations have been discovered.
LinuxInsider, September 30, 2008Through its Open Source Census initiative, OpenLogic hopes to gain a clearer picture of the OSS landscape. Now in its ninth month, the census has found a sizable presence of OSS among Windows users, European governments and the financial industry.
Linux.com, August 14, 2008The Open Source Census goes way beyond the traditional, too rarely used Linux Counter. It claims to be "the first collaborative, global project to count the number of installations for each open source software package."
EFYtimes, August 7, 2008A report announced by the Open Source Census at the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo reveals some interesting facts about various open source projects.
ZDnet, August 7, 2008An analysis of results from OpenLogic's Open Source Census, released at LinuxWorld, shows the chief motive for open source remains free—free as in beer.
Commercial Open Source Software, July 29, 2008OpenLogic, an open source provider offering software and services for open source governance, conducted a study based on the answers to the questionnaire of 123 enterprise open source users.
Sys-Con, July 25, 2008Open source software, while not synonymous with Java, may often be seamlessly integrated with Java code to produce a versatile synthesis that makes developers' lives much easier.
OStatic, July 22, 2008Is the availability and usefulness of open source support lagging behind its desirability? That's one of the messages that it's possible to get from a new survey conducted by OpenLogic, a company that specializes in selling enterprise-level open source software support.
InternetNews.com, July 22, 2008In a perfect world, all software would be self-explanatory and wouldn't require any additional support. But in the real world, ensuring customers get the support they need is paramount to any enterprise software provider.
Linux.com, July 11, 2008OpenLogic Inc., a provider of enterprise open source software, wants other open source software developers to shake hands over a partnership program that will give it control over an alliance of support services for other vendors' products.
LinuxInsider, June 17, 2008After digging up more than 220,000 open source software installations in use in participating enterprises, the Open Source Census wants to drill down deeper. The project also named some new sponsoring organizations, including Microsoft.
InternetNews.com, June 16, 2008Despite CEO Steve Ballmer's claims last year that Linux vendors are violating some 235 Microsoft patents, the company seems to be trying harder to learn to live with the open source world - and vice versa.
eWeek, June 16, 2008Microsoft has made another move in its open-source gambit by becoming a sponsor of the Open Source Census.
IDG News Service, June 15, 2008Microsoft has become a sponsor of The Open Source Census, a project started earlier this year that aims to track and catalog the use of open-source software in enterprises worldwide, the group announced Monday.
Network World, May 16, 2008Open source icon Stormy Peters recently joined us for a live Network World chat. Peters is co-founder of the non-profit GNOME Foundation and director of community and partner programs for OpenLogic.
ITProPortal, May 8, 2008Open Source Specialist OpenLogic has announced that the number of certified open source packages available in the OpenLogic Certified Library surpassed 400.
EFYTimes, April 30, 2008The OpenLogic Certified Library now includes more than 400 open source packages and more than 1,800 distributions, announced OpenLogic, Inc.
IT Business Edge, April 23, 2008Interview with Kim Weins, VP of products and marketing for OpenLogic, and Bernard Golden, CEO of Navica. The companies are two sponsors of the Open Source Census, which began April 16.
Client Server News, April 21, 2008OpenLogic and friends are going to try to plum the depths of open source adoption in the enterprise by asking the enterprise to take part in a voluntary self-administered Open Source Census. The global multi-year exercise kicked off on Wednesday when the www.osscensus.org went live.
CNet News, April 18, 2008A project aimed at delivering the first detailed survey of how open-source software is used in businesses is off the ground. Open-source management company OpenLogic--backed by sponsors such as market researcher IDC and IT services giant Unisys--launched the Open Source Census this week.
Ars Technica, April 16, 2008A new organization called the Open Source Census has been formed to collect information about the popularity of open source software applications across all platforms.
E-Commerce Times, April 16, 2008Months after releasing software designed to identify open source software present on the user's computer, OpenLogic has started rolling on an open source census project.
CIO, April 16, 2008The Open Source Census, an effort to pin down hard statistics regarding the implementation of open-source software around the world, gets underway on Wednesday.
ebizQ, March 26, 2008OpenLogic announced the results of a survey of the OpenLogic Expert Community. The survey shows that OpenLogic Expert Community members work in a wide range of jobs and have a wide range of motivations for developing and supporting open source software.
Internetnews.com, March 25, 2008If you thought that most open source developers work for open source companies, you might well be wrong. According to a survey from open source services vendor OpenLogic, 50 percent of its respondents actually work for a proprietary vendor.
ebizQ, March 6, 2008OpenLogic, Inc., a provider of enterprise open source software solutions, announced the availability of a new release to OpenLogic Exchange (OLEX) Enterprise Edition, a SaaS solution for comprehensive sourcing and governance of open source in the enterprise.
BetaNews, March 5, 2008Open source software is often available free of charge, but it can also come with tricky and potentially costly licensing, trademark, and patent restrictions. Today, one company announced a platform for protecting themselves from these open source pitfalls.
SearchEnterpriseLinux, March 5, 2008Open source software is no longer an enterprise pariah, but IT shops still want to manage and monitor its use among their internal developers.
ITWire, February 5, 2008Stormy Peters is the director of community and partner programmes at a Colorado company called OpenLogic; she was down in Melbourne to give one of the keynote addresses at the Linux conference which was held in Melbourne.
ITNews, January 31, 2008Getting a job in open source development can mean getting a pay-cheque for working on your favourite hobby. But the equation is more complicated than just adding money, according to OpenLogic Director of Community and Partner Programs, Stormy Peters.
InformationWeek, January 25, 2008Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HP) believes companies need to more effectively govern how they adopt open source code and announced services on Thursday to help them do so.
ebizQ, January 22, 2008OpenLogic on January 22 released a list of its customers' most popular open source software (OSS) packages. Two interesting findings were that the Apache license is more common than the GNU General Public License (GPL), and that Hibernate and Struts topped the list of most popular packages "with more than 71 % of customers using each."
LinuxInsider, January 24, 2008Traditional corporate policies for managing software assets are often inadequate to address the unique characteristics of free and open source software, according to HP officials.
ebizQ, January 22, 2008OpenLogic, Inc., a provider of enterprise open source software solutions encompassing hundreds of open source packages, today announced year-end statistics on enterprise open source adoption based on an analysis of OpenLogic's enterprise customers.
BetaNews, January 18, 2008Some enterprise database users and industry analysts with whom BetaNews spoke today believe yesterday's announcement of Sun Microsystems' intent to purchase open source database producer MySQL could have an across-the-board effect on the entire database market, impacting IBM, Microsoft, and Oracle.
Enterprise Networking Planet, January 16, 2008These days we can assume that most large enterprises have some sort of open source software presence in the data center. Whether it is racks full of Linux servers, a few contrasting Linux instances, or even just Apache running on Windows, open source is prevalent.
LinuxInsider, January 4, 2008There is a growing demand for knowing the extent of open source usage, according to OpenLogic, which has undertaken a census to determine just how much OS software resides on enterprise servers.
ComputerWorld Australia, January 1, 2008Open source guru Stormy Peters talks about the global initiative to count how much open source software is used by enterprise, and her upcoming keynote at Melbourne's Linux Conference.
ebizQ, December 19, 2007OpenLogic has taken the lead in an idea that furthers such open-source research into OSS, facilitating an OSS census.
ebizQ, December 12, 2007OpenLogic, Inc., a provider of enterprise open source software solutions encompassing hundreds of open source packages, today announced The Open Source Census, a new collaborative initiative to quantify the global use of open source in enterprises.
NetworkWorld, December 12, 2007Open-source enterprise software developer OpenLogic wants open-source users to stand up and be counted in a worldwide census -- and is offering a new software tool to help the process.
Enterprise Open Source Magazine, November 27, 2007Programmers naturally gravitate toward the best software packages and components for development. They are increasingly choosing a broad range of enterprise-grade open source packages from Apache and Tomcat to Axis and Eclipse.
InternetNews, November 5, 2007Open source software might make it simpler for employees to download and install an application without first having to check that it meets with the company's approval and governance policy. But that freedom also means that application usage in the enterprise can become something of an untamed, unregulated Wild West.
eChannelLine, November 5, 2007OpenLogic Inc., which provides enterprise open source software solutions encompassing hundreds of open source packages, has announced the availability of OpenLogic Exchange (OLEX) Enterprise Edition, the industry's first Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution for comprehensive sourcing and governance of open source in the enterprise.
ebizQ, October 25, 2007The Denver-area-based company is among those driving the inevitable consolidation of the open source software (OSS) market but with a strategy that preserves the OSS culture.
Enterprise Open Source News, October 11, 2007OpenLogic has launched a free web site called OpenLogic Exchange (OLEX) where enterprise developers can go to find, research and download open source software that carries OpenLogic's seal of approval assuring them it's safe for enterprise use.
ebizQ, October 3, 2007OpenLogic, Inc., a provider of enterprise open source software solutions encompassing hundreds of open source packages, today announced that Unisys Corporation (NYSE: UIS), a provider of information technology solutions and services, has selected OpenLogic to provide its Certified Library of open source and governance tools for Unisys and its customers.
InfoWorld, September 27, 2007OpenLogic is now offering free Web access to its certified library of open source software.
Enterprise Open Source Magazine, September 26, 2007OpenLogic has launched OpenLogic Exchange (OLEX) — a free Web site where companies can find, research, and download certified, enterprise-ready open source packages.
ITtoolbox Blogs, September 23, 2007OpenLogic is launching OLEX this month and it looks to be a promising resource for enterprise open source.
Linux Today, August 10, 2007Firms should set policies on how to deal with the use and distribution of and contributions to open source projects, Stormy Peters, director of community and partner programmes with OpenLogic, argued in a session at the Linuxworld conference.
Software Development Times, August 3, 2007OpenLogic announced in late July the initiation of two new support options for its customers.
CIO, August 1, 2007OpenLogic Inc., a Broomfield, Colo.-based firm that helps enterprises find, deploy and manage open source products, has a library of open source projects customers can browse.
CIO Update, July 19, 2007Outside of Linux, most large enterprises are not consuming full-blown open source software applications but, rather, are using open source tools sets to aid in-house development efforts.
Enterprise Open Source Magazine, July 11, 2007OpenLogic has launched OpenLogic Enterprise 4.6, the newest release of its enterprise platform designed to help companies quickly and easily manage the use of open source software across the enterprise.
Computerworld, July 10, 2007Open-source software vendor OpenLogic Inc. this week is unveiling a free software tool aimed at helping businesses look under the hood of their IT systems to find and inventory the open-source applications they're running.
InformationWeek, July 6, 2007OpenLogic on Friday released an upgrade of its open source platform and expanded its library of certified software with more Ajax-related applications.
Software Development Times, July 1, 2007Companies offering support, services can make business out of free code.
Enterprise Open Source Magazine, May 3, 2007Rod Cope, Founder and CTO of OpenLogic, discusses 10 popular open source projects that enterprises can look to when considering open source alternatives in their IT infrastructure.
CRN/CRN UK, March 12, 2007Open source software distributor Interactive Ideas is branching out and opening up its tools and support across the entire open source stack.
The Register, March 9, 2007Fear is stalking the corridors of corporate power, as executives sweat over the legal exposure caused by developers using open source software.
IT Jungle, February 27, 2007Commercially supported open source software may not be prevalent, but it is not alien in data centers any more and it is certainly getting to be more normal.
TechRockies, February 21, 2007Broomfield, Colorado-based open source software provider OpenLogic said today that it is in a partnership with Covalent Technologies, a provider of open source support for the Apache Tomcat Applicatoin Server and Apache HTTP.
TechNewsWorld, February 20, 2007Open source is experiencing unprecedented growth, according to OpenLogic CEO Steve Grandchamp. His company maintains a library of several hundred certified open source projects that it integrates into customers' computer configurations. Customers can combine these projects or use them individually.
ITBusinessEdge, February 8, 2007A recent survey of 800 IT professionals found that the probability of an enterprise implementing an open source policy increases with the number of open source programs that enterprise uses.
TechRockies, January 29, 2007Broomfield, Colorado-based OpenLogic has added a new European distributor, the firm said this morning. OpenLogic said that Interactive Ideas, an open source distributorin the UK, will manage distribution of the firm's products in the UK.
Computer Business Review, January 24, 2007Open source software and service provider OpenLogic Inc is on the look-out for potential systems integration and service partners with a gap in their open source knowledge as its expands its business opportunities.
Network World, December 21, 2006Now that Linux has become a data center mainstay, companies in 2007 should be taking a closer look at open source applications and how they can meet traditional business needs, industry experts say.
Enterprise Open Source Magazine, December 11, 2006OpenLogic announced OpenLogic Enterprise Library Edition, a solution that delivers enterprises a trusted and supported library of more than 200 open source packages. OpenLogic Library Edition contains more than 200 open source products that are pre-certified, maintained, supported and indemnified by OpenLogic.
Enterprise Open Source Magazine, December 11, 2006OpenLogic announced an upgrade to OpenLogic Enterprise. The newest version offers a new web-based Manager for updating and auditing open source across the enterprise, opens APIs for integrating with existing infrastructure, and now includes over 200 open source products in the pre-certified library.
InternetNews.com/Developer.com, December 4, 2006Getting help on issues related to open source projects isn't always like walking a straight line. Sure there are bug reports, mailing lists and discussion forums, but the challenge of actually getting specific local issues addressed is not a sure thing. That's the gap that OpenLogic is attempting to fill with its Expert Community program.
InfoWorld IT Troubleshooter Blog, November 14, 2006Over the past few years, the amount of VC money pouring into the open source world has exploded. And I have had, at times, lingering concerns about how this money would be spent by the start-up vendors.
The Denver Post, October 29, 2006When Wild Oats was looking to automate some of its internal operations more than a year ago, it didn't turn to a blue-chip provider such as Microsoft, but to Linux, an open-source computer operating system found free on the Web.
Denver Business Journal, September 27, 2006OpenLogic Inc., an open-source software and support provider, has completed a $4.3 million round of financing.
Network World, September 25, 2006When Tony Losey came to the 3Sixty Group in 2003 he saw that, like many small companies, the manufacturing firm didnâ€™t have much in the way of advanced systems.
SearchEnterpriseLinux, September 13, 2006The open source stack is moving to the core of data centers--to a place where it's responsible for handling critical parts of business operations.
BankNet 360, August 29, 2006Great American Insurance Co. has agreed to deploy technology from OpenLogic Inc. to manage its open-source software and products.
Computerworld Magazine, August 9, 2006Open-source software stack vendor OpenLogic Wednesday unveiled its OpenLogic JumpStart program, which is designed to help companies better organize and plan their use of open-source software alongside proprietary applications.
Enterprise Open Source Magazine, July 15, 2006With the latest release of its namesake tool for managing software use, OpenLogic now gives organizations the ability to track and audit open-source software installations across the enterprise.
eWeek, June 26, 2006OpenLogic has released OpenLogic Enterprise 4.0, the latest version of the company's platform that enables enterprises to manage, deploy, track and maintain a repository of open-source solutions.
ZDNet UK, June 26, 2006 When software is open source, and perhaps free, IT managers may not feel under too much pressure to make sure that these software assets are managed as carefully as others.
InfoWorld ProdBlog, June 26, 2006OpenLogic on Monday is launching OpenLogic Enterprise 4.0, its tool for tracking and integrating open source software.
Computerworld, June 26, 2006 OpenLogic Inc. has announced OpenLogic Enterprise 4.0. The software, formerly known as BlueGlue, uses a new distributed enterprise architecture that provides a central repository of approved, open-source products within a corporate firewall.
IT Toolbox Blogs, May 24, 2006Posted by Alex FletcherInterview with OpenLogic Founder Rod Cope, taken from Entiva Group's analyst report for the week of April 10, 2006.
Computerworld, May 2006Qualified key developers in a variety of open-source software projects are being invited to join software vendor OpenLogic Inc.'s new "expert community" program that allows them to earn cash or prizes when they help OpenLogic enterprise customers solve their toughest software problems.
Enterprise OpenSource Magazine, May 2006OpenLogic, Inc., has announced that Geronimo 1.1 will be added to the OpenLogic certified open source library. In addition, OpenLogic has reached a partnership agreement with Virtuas Open Source Solutions for Geronimo Support Services whereby Virtuas has been added to the OpenLogic Expert Community as an Expert Partner.
Techworld, May 2006OpenLogic has launched a scheme designed to tackle complex support issues by offering a bounty to high-level open-source programmers.
Enterprise OpenSource Magazine, May 2006OpenLogic, a provider of software, stacks and services that enable enterprises to easily deploy and manage customized open source environments, has announced the first program to provide consolidated, commercial-grade support across a wide range of open source products by tapping the open source development community for enterprise support. Through the OpenLogic Expert Community, OpenLogic will pay qualified experts within the open source development community to provide in-depth support for open source products.
InternetNews/DevX, May 2006Poll: Open-source software and services provider OpenLogic has launched a commercial support program through which developers are paid for each issue they resolve for OpenLogic customers.
eWeek, May 2006OpenLogic, a provider of open-source software and services, has introduced a new business model that taps open-source developers for their expertise and pays them for their services.
Government Computer News, May 2006Open-source software combos challenge conventional views of enterprise software.