Open Source Processes Driving Software-Defined Everything (LinuxInsider)

Jack Germain writes at LinuxInsider.

TheLinux FoundationLF has been quietly nudging an industrial revolution. It is instigating a unique change towards software-defined everything that represents a fundamental shift for vertical industries.

LF on Sept. 24 published an extensive report on how software-defined everything and open-source software is digitally transforming essential vertical industries worldwide.

Software-defined vertical industries transformation through open source delves into the major vertical industry initiatives served by the Linux Foundation. It highlights the most notable open-source projects and why the foundation believes these key industry verticals some over 100 years old have transformed themselves using open source software.

Digital transformation refers to a process that turns all businesses into tech businesses driven by software. This change towards software-defined everything is a fundamental shift for vertical industry organizations many of which typically have small software development teams relative to most software vendors.

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