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Managing & Growing Open Source in the Enterprise: Advice from the Trenches
Presented by Carol J. Rizzo and Rod Cope
What are the key elements essential to maintaining effective policies and growing open source usage
safely in medium to large enterprises? In this webcast, Carol Rizzo, past CTO of Kaiser Permanente,
AIG and CitiGroup, and Rod Cope, the founder and CTO of OpenLogic share their experiences and
insights about using open source in the enterprise. This includes creating an effective enterprise
open source software governance program that includes strategy, policy, inventory, approvals, and
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Carol J. Rizzo is a technology consultant with 25+ years of healthcare and financial industry
experience having served as CTO of Kaiser Permanente, AIG and CitiGroup. Currently, Rizzo is
consulting software companies in the health care, financial and media industries. She has managed a
variety of technology functions including infrastructure operations, engineering, interactive
software development, product development and telecommunications.
Rod Cope founded EJB Solutions in 1998, later renamed to OpenLogic, to provide enterprise grade
tools and solutions that remove barriers to effective software development and deployment. His
extensive knowledge and experience with open source has culminated in a suite of products that
enable enterprise control and reduce programmer pain when using and deploying dozens of popular
open source technologies.
With 20 years of experience developing enterprise software solutions, Rod has provided technical
leadership on significant projects for companies such as IBM, Anthem, Ericsson, Ford, Goodyear,
Integral, CourseNet, and Digital Thoughts. Rod is a Sun Certified Java Architect and routinely
speaks at technical conferences such as Java Symposia and the O'Reilly Open Source Convention. Rod
was selected as one of the Top 10 presenters at JavaOne 2005. He holds both Bachelor's and Master's
degrees in Software Engineering from the University of Louisville. A lifelong entrepreneur, Rod's
first business success was at the age of 13 when he taught himself to program and started selling
his own software. His varied achievements include a first degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do,
Kentucky state chess champion and sucessful open source implementations at over 17 enterprises
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