open source

Open source software — changing the world

By 2020, digital transformation teams will source more than 80 percent of their solution components from open source communities. That’s according to IDC’s “Top 10 Tech Predictions For 2017.” Open source has never been more important to the IT industry. Key reasons include: Open collaboration brings together diverse skills to solve common problems. Open source […]

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All you really need to know about open source databases

Perhaps you’ve heard about NoSQL and open source databases but are still wondering what it’s all about and if you should even care. Maybe you’ve looked online and found pages of technical stuff but don’t understand it? If only there was one place to get all you really need to know… Well there is, and […]

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Help IBM and Oregon State University strengthen open source for Power

Through collaboration, I believe we can open the doors to powerful opportunities for solving the challenges facing many organizations. That’s why I’m excited to share the news about the newest project IBM is embarking on with Oregon State University (OSU) — and to invite you to join us as we further expand the IBM Power […]

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Define your future with IBM Power Systems at SUSECON 2016

Are you ready to define your future? IBM has long partnered with open source software company SUSE, and this year IBM Power Systems is a sponsor of SUSECON 2016 in Washington DC, 7 – 11 November 2016 at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park. SUSECON is a great opportunity to learn about the newest capabilities on […]

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6 must-haves for making Apache Spark live up to the hype

What’s driving the viral growth of the cluster-computing framework Fortune calls the “Taylor Swift” of big data software? Performance. Enterprises able to harness Apache Spark can run critical analytic applications up to 100 times faster than before. Once deployed, the framework helps organizations make crucial decisions rapidly as they process ever-growing volumes of data needed […]

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