Open Source Development

Several types of open-source projects exist. First, there is the garden variety of software programs and libraries, which consist of standalone pieces of code. Some might even be dependent on other open-source projects. Distributions are another type of open-source project. Distributions are collections of software that are published from the same source with a common purpose. The most prominent example of a "distribution" is an operating system.

Benefits of Open Source Development

Flexibility and Agility



Ability to start Small

Solid Information Security

Attract Better Talent


Lesser hardware costs

High-quality software

No vendor lock-in

Integrated management

Simple license management

Lower software costs

Abundant support

Scaling and consolidating

Ability to Start Small

Information Security