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Friday, March 16, 2012

Is Ubuntu becoming a big name in enterprise Linux servers?

Is Ubuntu becoming a big name in enterprise Linux servers?

By Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols | March 14, 2012, 2:11pm PDT

When you think of Ubuntu Linux, what do you think of? I would guess you think about the Linux desktop. While Ubuntu is certainly a big player—maybe the biggest—when it comes to the Linux desktop, Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu wants you to know that "A remarkable thing happened this year: companies started adopting Ubuntu over RHEL for large-scale enterprise workloads, in droves."

Since last summer, Ubuntu has been more popular than Red Hat as a Web server.

Shuttleworth makes this claim because, according to W3Tech, which surveys technologies used on the Web, shows that since July 2011 Ubuntu has overtaken Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) for Web servers. According to W3Techs, as of February, "Ubuntu s now used on 6% of all Web servers, up from 4% one year ago."

Shuttleworth choose Web servers for his benchmark because "Web services are a public affair." Nevertheless, Shuttleworth claims that "the trend is even starker if you look at what we know of new-style services, like clouds and big data."

He may be on to something. In my own research, I found that Cloud Market, a group that scans the Amazon EC2 cloud use shows Ubuntu is the top operating system with almost 12-thousand instances. Generic Linux comes in second trailing by thousands, and Windows is far behind in third with 3,58-thousand instances. Combining RHEL with its clone CentOS, the Red Hat family came in with about 2.3-thousand.

Now Cloud Market is measuring Amazon Machine Image (AMI), a pre-configured operating system and virtual application software which is used to create a virtual machine, not the number of running systems. As Shuttleworth told me during our e-mail discussion of Cloud Market's data "I would characterize it as an easily gamed measure of innovation (i.e. a measure that will become less useful if lots of people start talking about it :-) rather than a measure of adoption. It's a measure of how many people have taken the OS and done their own snapshot with their own customizations, not a measure of how many of each of those images is running." Since, however, no one to my knowledge has been looking at Cloud Market's data in this way it strikes me as still showing serious business server interest in Ubuntu.

Ubuntu images are by far the most popular operating system images on the Amazon cloud.

So why are people looking at Ubuntu for servers? In his blog posting Shuttleworth wrote, "The key driver of this has been that we added quality as a top-level goal across the teams that build Ubuntu – both Canonical's and the community's. We also have retained the focus on keeping the up-to-date tools available on Ubuntu for developers, and on delivering a great experience in the cloud, where computing is headed."

Sure, "The headlines for Ubuntu have all been about the desktop and consumer-focused design efforts, with the introduction of Unity and the expansion of our goals to span the phone, the tablet, the TV as well as the PC. But underpinning those goals has been a raising of the quality game."

Looking ahead, Shuttleworth wrote, "12.04 LTS [Long Term Support] is a coming of age release for Ubuntu in the data centre as much as its the first LTS to sport the interface which was designed to span the full range of personal computing needs. At the same time he notes that "OpenStack's [the popular open-source cloud platform) Essex release is lined up to be a perfect fit for 12.04 LTS. That is not a coincidence, it's a value to which both projects are committed. Upstream projects that care about their user's and care about being adopted quickly, want an effective conduit of their goodness straight to users. By adopting the 6-month / 2-year cadence of step and LTS releases, and aligning those with Ubuntu's release cycle, OpenStack ensures that a very large audience of system administrators, developers and enterprise decision makers can plan for their OpenStack deployment, and know they will have a robust and very widely deployed LTS platform together with a very widely supported release of OpenStack."

Shuttleworth concluded, "Every dependency that Essex needs is exactly provided in 12.04 LTS, the way that all of the major public clouds based on OpenStack are using it. By adopting a common message on releases, we make both OpenStack and Ubuntu stronger, and do so in a way which is entirely transparent and accessible to other distributions."

So is Ubuntu ready to take on RHEL? I think Ubuntu's getting to be a significant server player, but it's not at Red Hat's level yet. Red Hat is closing in on being the first pure-play Linux and open-source company with a billion in annual revenue. Canonical, while privately held, isn't in that ballpark yet. In addition, Web servers, which Shuttleworth uses as the foundation for his claim, are edge servers and not really enterprise servers as such.

Still, Canonical's flagship Linux is clearly adopted by more and more businesses. I can well believe that the race for being the number one Linux server in the 2010s might have Canonical and Ubuntu nipping at Red Hat's heels rather than SUSE or Oracle.


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Thursday, March 15, 2012

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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Pengguna Gak Pede Pakai Open Source?

Achmad Rouzni Noor II : detikInet

detikcom - Jakarta, Banyak manfaat didapatkan dari menggunakan open source, salah satunya efisiensi. Tapi itu belum cukup untuk menarik minat masyarakat untuk menggunakannya.

Salah satu hambatan yang dihadapi adalah rasa percaya diri untuk menggunakan peranti lunak berbasis terbuka tersebut. Apalagi selama ini sebagian masyarakat sudah lama terbiasa menggunakan software proprietary.

"Kadang yang jadi persoalan adalah ada semacam habitual dari sebagian masyarakat, kalau tidak pakai yang proprietary kurang percaya diri. Padahal sudah banyak kisah sukses dari open source seperti, sistem operasi komputer, handphone dan tablet, web browser, web server, office suite, database server," terang Kepala Pusat Informasi dan Humas Kementerian Komunfo Gatot S Dewa Broto, kepada detikINET, di Gedung Kemenkominfo, Jakarta, Selasa (13/3/2012).

Gatot menambahkan kadang ada sejumlah hardware yang tidak didukung untuk penggunaan open source. Sedangkan sisi lain kadang masyarakat kita cenderung lebih senang cari yang mudah dan familiar yang ada.

Menjadi tugas dan pekerjaan rumah bagi Kominfo untuk mengubah mindset masyarakat ke arah open source, agar bisa berjalan cukup lancar meski butuh extra effort dan rentang waktu yang cukup lama.

"Kominfo masih sangat concern dengan tingginya tingkat pembajakan piranti lunak di Indonesia, karena besarannya berkisar pada level 85 persen dan tertinggi di Asean," sebut Gatot.

Berapa langkah yang dilakukan Kominfo di antaranya, memberdayakan Free/Open Source Software (FOSS) seluas mungkin.

Langkah lain adalah sosialisasi di lingkungan berbagai instansi pemerintah, mengingat alokasi anggaran pemerintah untuk pengadaan IT dari tahun ke tahun kini makin meningkat searah dengan kecenderungan IT based public services untuk menunjang iklim investasi.

"Karena dengan penggunaan open source akan banyak efisiensi yang bisa dilakukan. Dan langkah lain berupa penertiban oleh aparat penegak hukum," tandasnya.


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Biar Hemat dengan Open Source, Presiden Perlu Turun Tangan?

Selasa, 13/03/2012 17:41 WIB

Achmad Rouzni Noor II : detikInet

detikcom - Jakarta, Open source sukses menekan biaya komputasi Pemda Pekalongan hingga Rp 32 miliar. Jika bisa menghemat pengeluaran demikian besar, mengapa program go open source ini tak diikuti oleh seluruh instansi pemerintah lainnya?

Niat ini sejatinya sudah digaungkan sejak 2005 lalu. Bahkan, Kementerian Kominfo sempat bertekad untuk memigrasikan seluruh operating system yang ada di semua departemen dan instansi pemerintah ke open source pada akhir 2011 kemarin.

"Sudah berlangsung migrasi di banyak instansi pemerintah, tetapi belum full applicable," kata Kepala Pusat Informasi dan Humas Kementerian Kominfo, Gatot S Dewa Broto, kepada detikINET usai IOSA 2012, Selasa (13/3/2012).

"Misalnya, kementerian 'A' sudah ada yang gunakan open source, tetapi hanya minoritas. Karena yang mayoritas tetap yang proprietary," lanjut Gatot.

Ia pun berpendapat, agar open source bisa 'dipaksakan' jadi OS wajib di pemerintahan, salah satu terobosannya bisa dipertegas melalui peraturan pengadaan barang dan jasa.

"Selama ini memang netral teknologinya, jadi bisa dua-duanya digunakan. Kuncinya, tergantung political will bersama," kata dia.

Lebih ekstrimnya lagi, jika mau benar-benar melakukan penghematan luar biasa besar--seperti yang dilakukan Pemda Pekalongan -- instruksi untuk migrasi go open source seharusnya datang dari presiden.

"Instruksinya presiden kan sudah ada di Inpres No. 1 tahun 2001 dan No. 6 tahun 2001. Tetapi hanya berupa pemberdayaan TIK, tidak spesifik harus open source," kata Gatot.

Namun, dengan adanya Surat Edaran (SE) Menpan No. SE/01/M-PAN/3/2009 yang intinya memerintahkan pengecekan perangkat lunak yang digunakan, dan memberi batas waktu 31 Desember 2011 bagi seluruh instansi untuk harus sudah menerapkan perangkat lunak legal, bisa menjadi entry point bagi open source.

"Idealnya memang harus melalui tataran peraturan yang lebih tinggi biar ngefek banget," Gatot terkekeh.

"Ya, gugus tugas anti pornografi saja bisa disusun. Masa untuk urusan open source saja tidak bisa. Kita tunggu sinyal dan inisiatif dari Menpan, kami di Kominfo pasti dukung mumpung gejala e-Gov sedang sangat kenceng," pungkasnya.


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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

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Monday, March 12, 2012

Mobile Business Intellegence - Intelegensi Bisnis diakses Mobile

Who benefits most from mobile BI?

For executives, who often spend time out of the office on handheld devices, iPads and so forth, mobile business intelligence provides a finger on the pulse of the business. It's also a natural fit for sales, the most "nomadic" members of a business. "The advantage to them is to see the immediacy of relevant information before they have a customer or prospect encounter -- that's really powerful stuff," Dresner said. "And then it's going to filter out from there, because anyone that uses BI has the need for mobile BI."

The executive level is where Kroll first focused its mobile business intelligence strategy, and the company has branched out since. Through mobile BI apps, its executive team can access a snapshot of what's going on in the business environment at any given time, Steffen said.

"That sounds like a lot of information -- and it is a lot of information -- but we actually do a lot of our trending and forecasting on some of the information we get out of our BI applications," Steffen said. For example, the accounting department can tell nearly to the penny how much money the company is expected to make at any given time based on the trending of mortgage applications, credit reports and other products, he said.

"Get [a mobile BI strategy] started today," Dresner said. "There are some really significant advantages in terms of operational efficiency, in terms of competitive differentiation, in terms of alignment with a strategy, that you want to afford the organization right now. You don't want to wait."

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