Penguin: Why Is Open Source So Important?

Why Is Open-Source So Important? Part Two: The Problem With Profit And Property The relationship between open-source companies and the open-source community is not clear-cut. This is because the concepts of communal good and the market economy do not necessarily go hand in hand. Open-source projects often grow very fast because everyone is working towards …

Penguin: Open Source Venture Capital, Conference, Seeking to Develop Sustainable Business Models

A Conference to Find Viable Business Models to Commercialize Open Source Software Organizers of the Open Core Summit – which took part this month at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco – announced the COSS (Commercial Open-Source Software) Platform. The goal of this initiative is to help commercial open-source organizations develop viable business models. …

Robert Steele: 31 Years After I Said So, Army Gets a Clue on Open Source and Cyber … UPDATE 1: DefDog Comments

Commercial threat intelligence has become a key Army tool What we find is, we go out and we buy commercial threat intel,” Lt. Gen. Stephen Fogarty, the head of Army Cyber Command, said Sept. 16 at an event hosted by the Association of the U.S. Army. In addition, the recently retired head of Special Operations …

Ed Jewett: US Intelligence Community Admits Ineptitude with Open Source Information

 Intel Community Grapples With Key Open Source Intel “In our defeat-ISIS activities, we’ve had a struggle and presently continue to struggle with the challenge of open source and publicly available information, and how we leverage that to make it truly useful for the warfighter,” Jospeh Votel, former head of both Special Operations Command and Central …

Penguin: Open Source Dashboard

How To Choose The Perfect Open-Source Dashboard In the current data-driven scenario, data visualisation is something all data analyst have to court, and a dashboard, in this case, is an obvious protagonist. Dashboards allow real-time visualising and easy understanding of the key performance indicators in an organisation. Dashboards extract meaningful insights from data which is …

Penguin: Open Source Databases

Open source databases: Today’s viable alternative for enterprise computing Open source database systems have been optimized to cloud architecture to a far greater degree than proprietary systems. In the case of EDB Postgres, you can get it as a managed database service on Amazon Web Services or as self-manageable, clusterable private instances in the public …

Penguin: Mapping the Open Source Publishing Landscape + RDS on China Rules OSEE?

Mapping the Open-Source Publishing Landscape More than 50 open-source publishing tools have been cataloged in a new landscape analysis funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation secured by MIT Press. The “Mind the Gap” report, published Wednesday, describes the wide range of open-source publishing tools available for academic books and journals.

Penguin: $67 Bn Open Source Streaming, Microservices, and Middleware Messaging Markets by 2025

$67 Bn Open Source Streaming, Microservices, and Middleware Messaging Markets, 2025 Growth is based on the implementation of streaming mobile smart phone network connectivity, tablet use for mobile computing, Internet apps, cloud computing, and business process management systems (BPM) that support collaboration. IoT process API components support enterprise innovation and change. Software forms the basis …

Penguin: Open Source Streaming….

Open Source Streaming, Mission Critical Messaging and Microservices Market Leaders, Key Topics, Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts to 2025 The market for Middleware Messaging and Open Source Streaming sector at $17.9 billion in 2018 is expected to be worth $67 billion by 2025. Growth is based on implementation of streaming mobile smart phone network connectivity, tablet …

Penguin: Open Mobility — Open Source Transport

Open Mobility Foundation seeks to improve transportation with open source tools Phi Beta Iota: While funded by a cabal front, the Rockefeller Foundation, they are dealing with three important issues: improving transport options including at the micro-level (e.g. shared bicycles); protecting pedestrian access and routes; and protecting privacy (e.g. from Uber sharing).