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Database company EnterpriseDB introduces a new cloud play for PostgreSQL.
Instagram reports monthly active users for the first time and shows that it's doing just fine after December privacy scandal.
EnterpriseDB seems to have figured out that its competition is Oracle in the enterprise, not MySQL in the clouds. This is a good start.
VMware begins its conference debuting products to manage virtualization for corporations, while Microsoft launches an ad campaign targeting its rival's new licensing policy.
EnterpriseDB has changed the way it sells and operates, making it a viable competitor to Oracle, as well as MySQL.
Most Web 2.0 companies still think they need to go it alone on open-source IT. Hi5 just demonstrated why they're wrong.
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.
Nonrelational databases are finding a home on mobile devices thanks to the newly revamped CouchDB. Big data is moving to some very small places.
PostgreSQL has a more active community. Does it matter?
Monopoly is a dreaded word for the open-source community, so why are we as prone as anyone else to embrace natural monopolies?