This article recommends the best free and open source software key value stores for Big Data.Read more
MongoDB is a high performance, open source, non-relational NoSQL database written in C++. It’s at the forefront of the NoSQL database management system movement.Read more
An office suite is a collection of productivity software usually containing a word processor, spreadsheet and a presentation program. Here’s our open source recommendations.Read more
A business intelligence platform includes three layers: a database layer, a business intelligence layer, and an analytics/performance management layer. Here’s our roundup of the best business intelligence software, all available under open source licenses.Read more
There is a good selection of Linux document-oriented databases that are available under an open source license. This article selects our personal pick of databases which can offer better performance in your application as well as quicker development time.Read more
Gnocchi is an open-source time series database.
The problem that Gnocchi solves is the storage and indexing of time series data and resources at a large scale. This is useful in modern cloud platforms which are not only huge but also are dynamic and potentially multi-tenant. Gnocchi takes all of that into account.Read more
Big Data is an all-inclusive term that refers to data sets so large and complex that they need to be processed by specially designed hardware and software tools. The data sets are typically of the order of tera or exabytes in size. These data sets are created from a diverse range of sources: sensors that gather climate information, publicly available information such as magazines, newspapers, articles. Other examples where big data is generated include purchase transaction records, web logs, medical records, military surveillance, video and image archives, and large-scale e-commerce.Read more