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How AWS and MongoDB collaborate to unlock the power of Apache Lucene

This post was written by Marcus Eagan, Senior Product Manager MongoDB Atlas Search, MongoDB; and Matt Asay, Head of Evangelism, MongoDB. Search is essential to delivering exceptional customer experiences, whether those customers are individuals scouring Amazon.com for a new webcam, or enterprises building search into their own applications. For enterprises, there are a number of […]

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Why developers like Apache TinkerPop, an open source framework for graph computing

Apache TinkerPop is an open source computing framework for graph databases and graph analytic systems. Designed to appeal to software developers, TinkerPop lets developers add graph computing capabilities to their applications without worrying about developing APIs, graph processing engines, or graph algorithms. Although Apache TinkerPop is an open source project rather than a formal standard, […]

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Supporting development of Core WCF

Core WCF is a port of Windows Communication Framework (WCF) to .NET Core. Used to build service-oriented applications based on the .NET Framework, WCF enabled applications to asynchronously send data, packaged as messages, between service endpoints. WCF is a popular framework supporting many service-based use cases, including processing business transactions, reporting, monitoring, exposing workflows (implemented […]

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How AWS and Redis Labs partner to make a better Redis

One of the best things about open source is its community. It’s the community that helps to popularize a project. It’s the community that helps to build the project through code, documentation, and other contributions. It’s the community that sometimes turns into paying customers, too. But it’s also the community that may compete with you. […]

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How open source on AWS helped NearForm quickly build and scale its Covid-19 contact tracing app

This post was contributed by Colm Harte, Technical Director, NearForm. At NearForm, we use small cross-functional teams to rapidly build high-performance, highly scalable digital products using open source software (OSS) and a cloud-first approach. In this article, we share why and how we use open source and AWS to help us build digital products at […]

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Innovating with Rust

The Rust programming language is an open source project started by Mozilla Research more than a decade ago. Since then, more than 5,000 people have contributed to the Rust project, and the language has had a resounding impact on technology. Technology companies, large and small, are using and benefiting from Rust. The Rust language builds […]

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How and why AWS contributes to Jupyter

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) have exploded in popularity as enterprises have sought to make better use of their data. At the heart of these efforts is Project Jupyter, a popular open source project widely used in data science, machine learning, and scientific computing. Although Jupyter is beloved for helping data scientists do […]

Top FreeRTOS articles in 2020

FreeRTOS.org is a go-to resource for everything FreeRTOS, a leading real-time operating system (RTOS) for microcontrollers and small microprocessors. FreeRTOS.org provides open source resources, documentation, tutorials, demonstrations, blogs, and an active FreeRTOS community that started more than 18 years ago. Distributed freely under the MIT open source license, FreeRTOS is now downloaded every 170 seconds. […]