TECH BUYER Mar 2021 - IDC Perspective - Doc # US47527321
Five Open Source Projects to Watch Carefully in 2021
By: Al GillenGroup Vice President, Software Development and Open Source, David SchubmehlResearch Vice President, Conversational Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Knowledge Discovery, Jim MercerResearch Director, DevOps & DevSecOps, Mary Johnston TurnerResearch Vice President, Future of Digital Infrastructure, Dave McCarthyResearch Vice President, Cloud and Edge Infrastructure Services, Gary ChenResearch Director, Software Defined Compute, Brad CasemoreResearch Vice President, Research Vice President, Datacenter and Multicloud Networks, Sriram SubramanianResearch Director, AI/ ML Lifecycle Management Software
This IDC Perspective looks at five open source software project areas that have the potential to impact the industry broadly: Kubernetes, observability, natural language processing, continuous delivery enhancements, and a new Linux kernel technology to enable network monitoring by applications.
"The projects selected for review in this year's document are heavily centered around Kubernetes and modern containerized workloads," said Al Gillen, group vice president, Software Development and Open Source, IDC. "History has shown many of the projects that IDC has highlighted in the past have gone on to become important components of the computing landscape."
CIO and Technology Professionals Agenda , Conversational Artificial Intelligence , Datacenter and Multicloud Networking , DevOps Analytics, Practices and Automation , Edge Strategies , Enterprise Private Cloud , Future of Digital Infrastructure - Agenda , Open Source Ecosystem , Software-Defined Compute: Virtualization, Cloud, and Container Platforms
Cognitive/artificial intelligence, DevOps strategies, Digital transformation strategies, Enterprise social software, Internet of things, Operating system virtualization, Operating systems and subsystems, Technology buyer, Virtual machine software
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