Porsche has created a data streaming managed service for internal product teams - called Streamzilla - which is being monitored through the use of Splunk.
diginomica welcomes Confluent to our partner family at a time when understanding streaming data in the enterprise has never been more critical.
Car sharing platform SOCAR Malaysia has adopted Confluent to create an event driven architecture, where it has a better understanding of its users in-app.
Confluent was spun out of LinkedIn in 2014 and recently had a successful IPO. But CEO Jay Kreps is laser focused on the company’s core message: data in motion.
Boden is using Confluent as a way to drive Apache Kafka to support its digital transformation, says the company’s Head of Business and Enterprise Architecture
Pivoting off of last week’s Red Hat Summit, a look at its edge announcements and how Red Hat contributes to IBM’s broader growth strategy.
Now don't laugh, but a slimmed-down, re-focused IBM might just evolve into an enterprise cloud powerhouse
IBM's hybrid cloud strategy and a newly-re-focused company might create a compelling alternative to Microsoft and VMware.
Too often, the AI startup field comes off as a VC-funded money grab. But commercial NLP healthcare player John Snow Labs is doing things differently. Their Spark NLP open source library includes support for 375 languages. Here's why their approach stands out.
According to new research from Nesta and The GovLab, the answer is yes. Which is why we need to encourage the growth of open source-powered ‘collective intelligence’
The new trademark initiative has caused a row in the open source community, but has Google picked up on a traditionally underrepresented area of IP?
Konica Minolta's progress to Postgres - curing the healthcare sector's database dependency on Microsoft?
Konica Minolta moved from Microsoft to open source Postgres to underpin its radiography platform, a shift that saw the provider need to convince customers it was a sound one.
COVID-19 didn't impact on MongoDB's Q1 growth as much as feared and the crisis fuelled some new use cases along the way.
Health researchers need better data - Talend joins the fight against Coronavirus with an open source ETL tool for COVID-19 data
My first talk with new Talend CEO Christal Bemont hit on the surge in their cloud growth and their role in business transformation. But we kept coming back to the imperative of data quality - and that's exactly how Talend is pushing into the fight against COVID-19.
OpenAQ collates data from air quality sensors around the world, making it accessible on a single platform for researchers and government.