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  1. Towo Labs, a Swedish startup aimed at simplifying ‘crypto self-custody’, has announced an investment from Xpring, Ripple’s developer initiative. Xpring is described as an initiative by Ripple that will invest in, incubate, acquire and provide grants to companies and projects run by entrepreneurs. Ripple Labs Inc. itself develops the Ripple payment protocol and exchange network. According to Crypto...

    The post Ripple invests in Swedish open source start-up Towo Labs appeared first on Open Source Insider.

  2. The Computer Weekly Developer Network and Open Source Insider team are big fans of Greek classics, San Francisco clam chowder shared-nothing architectures and open source-centric real-time big data databases. Luckily then, we’re off to Scylla Summit 2019, staged in San Francisco on November 5 and 6. Scylla (the company) takes its name directly from Scylla...

    The post What to expect from Scylla Summit 2019 appeared first on Open Source Insider.

  3. In our voyages from software conference to software conference, we technology journalists often find stories that are developing and worth sharing. At Percona Live Europe last week, one such example came up around the open source scene that is developing in Russia and how one of the projects that is now starting to open up...

    The post From Russia with OLAP: Percona uses ClickHouse analytics appeared first on Open Source Insider.

  4. Enterprise applications company IFS has used its annual user conference to detail work carried out on its major application suite. The company wants to put the ‘open’ in service management, enterprise resource management (ERP) and enterprise asset management (EAM). The company says it has ‘evolved’ its technology foundation with 15,000+ native APIs to open paths...

    The post IFS drives ‘open’ into app suite, delivers new native API model appeared first on Open Source Insider.

  5. DataStax has opened up ‘early access’ to its DataStax Change Data Capture (CDC) Connector for Apache Kafka, the open source stream-processing (where applications can use multiple computational units, similar to parallel processing) software platform. As a company, DataStax offers a commercially supported ‘enterprise-robust’ database built on open source Apache Cassandra. Stream processing is all about...

    The post DataStax offers bidirectional data dexterity for Apache Kafka appeared first on Open Source Insider.

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