With each new year comes a wave of innovative new technologies and approaches within the open source space. And, for teams working with open source, understanding these trends is paramount to avoiding risk and unlocking innovation in the new year.

About the Webinar

In this recorded webinar, Perforce CTO Rod Cope and Perforce Chief OSS Evangelist Javier Perez share their predictions for open source in 2022, including insights on:

  • Trending technologies and approaches
  • Growing enterprise OSS strategies
  • Developing trends within open source
  • Emerging risks within open source
  • And more

Forrester Consulting Study Reveals Key Trends in Open Source Software

In a recent Forrester Consulting study, they found that companies with an optimized open source strategy, including a plan for enterprise support, are 82% more likely to say their firm’s OSS initiatives exceeded expectations.

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Presenters
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Javier Perez

Chief OSS Evangelist and Senior Director of Product Management, Perforce Software

Passionate about technology and open source software, Javier is the Chief Open Source Evangelist and Senior Director of Product Management at Perforce Software. He is responsible for technical thought leadership and advocacy for open source software while driving the OpenLogic by Perforce offering. Javier has been in the application development, open source, cloud, app security, AI, SaaS, and mobile industries for 25+ years. As a speaker and blogger, he has had the opportunity to present at industry events all over the world. Javier holds an honors degree in Computer Systems and an MBA.

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Rod Cope

CTO, Perforce Software

As the founder of OpenLogic, and now CTO at Perforce Software, Rod Cope provides technical vision and architectural leadership for the company’s globally distributed teams. Rod has over 25 years of experience in software development that spans a number of industries, including telecommunications, aerospace, healthcare, and manufacturing. Rod holds both Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Software Engineering from the University of Louisville.