Save the date for this year’s OpenStack Trove Day, which will be on Tuesday, August 25th in Silicon Valley. We are working on all the details, so stay tuned for more information! In the interim, please check out the video from last year or contact us to learn more.
Matthew Farrellee, an engineer and manager in the Office of the CTO at Red Hat presents Sahara, the Hadoop project on OpenStack. As Farrellee says, "now for something completely different..." The Hadoop project focuses on data, specifically unstructured data and tools that are simple to use for the people processing the data. It's a joint project between Red Hat, Mirantis and Horton Works.
Donald Fischer, General Catalyst Venture Partner, takes a step back to look at OpenStack from the investor's point of view. He could have named his talk, the billion-dollar ecosystem, since that's the value of the 400+ companies developing and using OpenStack. In addition, companies like HP and Cisco announced billion dollar initiatives in cloud services with OpenStack at the core. As a veteran of Red Hat in the late 90s, Fischer sees many similarities between the enterprise adoption curve of Linux with OpenStack.
Managing MongoDB, Riak, MariaDB & Oracle on Trove — An OpenStack Trove Day Panel Discussion from Tesora on Vimeo.
Founder and CTO Amrith Kumar moderates a panel discussion with a group of industry veterans on how different databases fit within Trove. He’s joined by Ronen Kofman, the director of product management, Oracle Virtualization and OpenStack; Kelly […]
It was great to catch up with George and Tim (of Percona) at Trove Day, and it was wonderful to have George at the Trove Mid-Cycle meetup. We’re looking forward to working closely with Percona as we continue to contribute to the trove project, in the area of replication, high availability and clustering. I’m convinced that there is a […]
Open source is a business model that works when it works for business. It’s no longer good enough to declare something “open source” and think the world will flock to whatever solution is being offered. That novelty wore off a decade ago.
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