Developers today are looking to many different toolsets and architectural patterns to build and deploy applications in a number of innovative ways. Edge devices are being utilized for IoT and machine learning functions, in addition to new deployment methods like Function as a service (FaaS), rising up in the form… Read More →
Project Flogo is an open source framework to simplify building efficient & modern serverless functions and edge microservices. But how did it come to be, and how has it matured and grown over a short period of time? The idea of Flogo came out of a Friday afternoon conversation between… Read More →
When I joined TIBCO, Project Flogo was in its early stages, and I had the chance to be the UI designer on the project. The presentation the team used to introduce Project Flogo featured an adorable gopher cartoon, which one of the main backend architects had playfully photo edited into… Read More →
TIBCO now includes commercial support and services for Apache Kafka® and Eclipse Mosquitto™, as part of TIBCO® Messaging. Any businesses using these open source projects can now take advantage of enterprise-class, 24×7, follow-the-sun support for their messaging infrastructure.
Meet Flynn. Flynn works with complicated machinery and is responsible for regulating its temperature and maintenance requests. He wants to automate his machinery so that it can automatically regulate its temperature, raise alerts when maintenance needs to be done, and find and assign staff to the case. He believes that… Read More →
Size does matter! In the case of microservices and functions, I’d much prefer a smaller, leaner footprint as opposed to the often overly bloated frameworks we’ve seen floating around the enterprise landscape. Project Flogo, was written entirely in Golang with the goal of running highly performant microservices in the smallest… Read More →
I’m very excited to share that TIBCO has acquired Alpine Data, the makers of Chorus, a modern cloud-based data science platform designed to orchestrate analytics across hybrid data and compute environments and enhance collaboration and project management for data science teams.
At TIBCO NOW today, TIBCO announced a new open source project named Project Mashling. This is an ultralightweight microgateway built on the Go language, that allows developers to event-enable microservices.
Project Flogo—an open source, ultralight edge microservices framework—now supports the running of Flogo flows as functions within AWS Lambda.
Senior Director of Product Management for Streaming and Advanced Analytics and Chairman of the Board of Directors of R Consortium, Lou Bajuk, recently spoke at the EARL Conference on commercial applications of R in London. He shared how TIBCO supports open source projects through the R Consortium.