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Open source has changed the software game, bringing a number of advantages that cannot be achieved by proprietary counterparts. However, open-source has also undergone a degree of evolution, and today, not all open-source offerings are true to their open-source claim.
Here to set the record straight on what it means to be truly open source is Steve Francis, Head of Go to Market at Instaclustr. In this podcast, Steve delves into how open source has changed over the years, before sharing his definition for it today. He also discusses why not all open sources are what they claim to be, as well as exploring COVID-19's impact on open source adoption. Finally, Steve shares open-source use cases and his predictions for the future.
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