Archives for: "January 2007"

Campus Technology 2007

Mary Grush has invited Clarise and I me to speak at the Campus Technology 2007 conference to be held in Washington, D.C., USA. We'll be speaking on Wednesday, 2007 August 1 at 11:15am-12:15pm. In general, institutes of higher learning are only beginning… more »

Three Most Important Open Source Projects

As we've noted in our OSBI Daily links for yesterday and today [wiki archive or lens archive], two events are showing the growing importance of open source solutions. The first is a survey being conducted by Nat Torkington. The second is the inclusion… more »

Update to our Palo Description

We were contacted by Stephanie Endlich of Jedox GmbH, who suggested a better description for Palo: "Palo is a memory based Open Source MOLAP which is able to consolidate data hierarchies in real time and which supports write-back of data. It provides a… more »

Bloggers Blogging Open Source

I recently discovered that Julian Hyde started blogging in August of 2006. Julian is the lead developer of the Mondrian open source OLAP engine, one of the first open source projects related to BI. This prompted me to publish our OPML file of Open… more »
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At the beginning, The Open Source Solutions Blog was a companion to the Open Source Solutions for Business Intelligence Research Project, and book. But back in 2005, we couldn't find a publisher. As Apache Hadoop and its family of open source projects proliferated, and in many ways, took over the OSS data management and analytics world, our interests became more focused on streaming data management and analytics for IoT, the architecture for people, processes and technology required to bring value from the IoT through Sensor Analytics Ecosystems, and the maturity model organizations will need to follow to achieve SAEIoT success. OSS is very important in this world too, for DMA, API and community development.

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