Interest in open-source tooling and infrastructure for big data keeps growing among developers and traditionally proprietary companies.
The latest release of Cloudera's Hadoop distribution puts big data processing into a neat stack for ease of use and efficiency.
The R programming language is getting a new dose of big data processing by integrating the open-source Hadoop framework.
It's always nice to see open-source oriented companies using the software they so often crow about. Zenoss proves to be popular with Sourceforge users and the site itself.
EnterpriseDB and Ingres just reported banner years, suggesting that open source is thriving beyond MySQL in the database market.
The research firm is projecting the global open-source database to top $1 billion by 2013.
The space agency will begin using new software written using Bugzilla tools to track and analyze problems with the Space Shuttle and Space Station programs.
Monopoly is a dreaded word for the open-source community, so why are we as prone as anyone else to embrace natural monopolies?
For all the fighting that goes on among rival technology camps, the reality is that competitors like Apple and Microsoft need each other.
Open source started off as a way for enterprises to save money, but it is becoming more influential as a way to improve IT flexibility.