No. Open source innovation and open source thinking both advantage software engineers and non-developers.
Since early innovators fabricated a great part of the Internet itself on open source advances—like the Linux working framework and the Apache Web server application—anybody utilizing the Internet today profits by open source programming.
Each time PC clients view site pages, check email, talk with companions, stream music on the web, or play multiplayer computer games, their PCs, cell telephones, or gaming comforts interface with a worldwide system of PCs utilizing open source programming to course and transmit their information to the “nearby” gadgets they have before them. The PCs that do this essential work are commonly situated in faraway spots that clients don’t really see or can’t physically get to—which is the reason a few people call these PCs “remote PCs.”
To an ever increasing extent, individuals depend on remote PCs when performing undertakings they may somehow or another perform on their neighborhood gadgets. For instance, they may utilize online word preparing, email administration, and picture altering programming that they don’t introduce and keep running on their PCs. Rather, they essentially get to these projects on remote PCs by utilizing a Web program or cellular telephone application. When they do this, they’re occupied with “remote processing.”
A few people call remote figuring “distributed computing,” since it includes exercises (like putting away documents, sharing photographs, or watching recordings) that join neighborhood gadgets as well as a worldwide system of remote PCs that shape an “air” around them.
Distributed computing is an inexorably vital part of regular life with Internet-associated gadgets. Some distributed computing applications, similar to Google Apps, are exclusive. Others, as ownCloud and Nextcloud, are open source.
Distributed computing applications keep running “on top” of extra programming that helps them work easily and productively, so individuals will frequently say that product running “underneath” distributed computing applications goes about as a “stage” for those applications. Distributed computing stages can be open source or shut source. OpenStack is a case of an open source distributed computing stage.