We define a software ecosystem as a set of organizations collaboratively serving a market for software and services. Typically these ecosystems are underpinned by a common technology, such as an extendable software platform. This data set supports the article that describes the Software Ecosystem Governance Maturity Model (SEG−M2) [50]. The model has the goal to support software ecosystem orchestrators in the management and governance of the actors in their ecosystems in a structured way. Through a critical structured literature review, 168 practices have been collected. These practices have been evaluated through six case studies at software ecosystem orchestrators. The practices are described with a practice code, a practice name, a practice description, required success conditions, the person responsible for the practice, and the associated literature where the practice was identified.

developer ecosystems, focus area maturity models, Software ecosystem governance, software platform orchestration
dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2020.105656, hdl.handle.net/1765/127331
Data in Brief
Erasmus University Rotterdam

Jansen, S. (Slinger), & Yang, Z. (Zherui). (2020). Source Data for the Focus Area Maturity Model for Software Ecosystem Governance. Data in Brief, 31. doi:10.1016/j.dib.2020.105656