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Thursday, November 10, 2005
Close to Shai Agassi dismissing possibilities of innovation powered by opensource we see Kagermann commenting on the topic – In an interview with Infoworld, he states his belief that business applications are not a field for open source. He sees that the Linux operating system is well defined and developed by a community used to programming. Applications are another story, particularly business applications. Designing applications to run business processes requires very strong governance and rightly expresses doubts if a community can achieve this. Strong guidance and expertise are needed to convince customers that the way you design business applications is the right way for the future. Read my recent note titled – dim view of opensource here.
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