What is the ultimate winning combination in the enterprise software business? Surely, large scale adoption, revenue generation, profitability and innovation are key things. However there is one important aspect that separates short term winners and long term legends. I feel open source software industry (collectively) is at this stage – of becoming long term legend.
Sachin Dabir | CEO - Ashnik
With its versatile feature set, NGINX today has become very popular as a web server, cache and load balancer. Most of the top busiest websites run NGINX. Although for most deployments default settings of NGINX and Linux works, there are still some key settings available in NGINX that can help in optimising it further for high traffic situations. While making these changes, it is recommended to change one setting at a time and set it back to the default value if it does not result in positive performance.
Sandeep Khuperkar | Director
Not quite recently MongoDB 3.0 was released! This release has come after v2.6 and is said to be one of the milestone releases with a lot of great set of changes going into it. Yes, you read it right! Since 2.6. Well like everyone, even our team was so excite about MongoDB 2.8. But then it just disappeared from everywhere! All of a sudden everyone was talking about MongoDB 3.0.
Sameer Kumar | Database Solution Architect
Pentaho 5.4 Updates : Building on a foundation of Big Data innovation, Pentaho adds powerful new capabilities to 5.4, future-proofing enterprise data architectures in the face of growing data volumes and new cloud-based deployment requirements. New integrations with Amazon Elastic MapReduce (EMR), Spark
Kedar Patwardhan | Enterprise Solution Architect
PostgreSQL is taking a more prominent role in the data center. That’s the bottom line of the "PostgreSQL Adoption Survey 2015," conducted by EnterpriseDB in May among users of the open source database. Adoption is rising with more users than two years ago, when the survey was last conducted, and more are deploying PostgreSQL (also called Postgres) to support mission-critical apps than two years ago. Meanwhile, more than three-quarters of respondents are using Postgres for all of their new applications.
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