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  1. Open source grew, it proliferated… and it became something that many previously proprietary-only software vendors embraced as a key means of development… but the issue of how open source software is licenced is still the stuff of some debate. The Computer Weekly Open Source Insider team now features a series of guest posts examing in...

    The post Open source licence series – Perforce: it was NEVER about the money appeared first on Open Source Insider.

  2. Open source grew, it proliferated… and it became something that many previously proprietary-only software vendors embraced as a key means of development… but the issue of how open source software is licenced is still the stuff of some debate. The Computer Weekly Open Source Insider team now features a series of guest posts examing in...

    The post Open source licence series – R3: The world needs audit licenses appeared first on Open Source Insider.

  3. MariaDB Corporation is upping its cloud-native playbook. At the same time, MariaDB is aiming to up its approach to so-called ‘smart’ applications., so before we define the parameters at play here, let’s look at the news. The database company’s mysteriously named MariaDB Platform X4 is new to the table and is described as a cloud-native...

    The post MariaDB goes bigly on cloud-native smart apps appeared first on Open Source Insider.

  4. Dynatrace has connected, collaborated, corroborated and cooperated on a new software huddle with Google and Microsoft. The organisation that calls itself a ‘software intelligence company’ is working with the two tech giants (Dynatrace is no tiddler, the firm now has over 2000 employees) on the OpenTelemetry project to shape the future of open standards-based observability. ...

    The post Dynatrace ‘traces’ route to standardised (OpenTelemetry) observability with Google & Microsoft  appeared first on Open Source Insider.

  5. As we have already noted on Computer Weekly Open Source Insider, open source grew, it proliferated… and it became something that many previously proprietary-only software vendors embraced as a key means of development. But the issue of how open source software is licenced is still the stuff of some debate. Open Source Insider has already...

    The post The open source licence debate: what we need to know appeared first on Open Source Insider.

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