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.
Many organizations are eagerly hiring new data scientists fresh out of college. Many of those millennial data scientists have been educated in software development techniques that move away from reliance on traditional and commercial development platforms, toward adoption of open source technologies. Typically, these individuals arrive with skills in R, Python,… Read More →
I’ve written a few different blog posts on Project Flogo , so I will not go into detail on what Flogo is, but please feel free to read one (or all) of my earlier posts. However, I do want to emphasize one key point: Flogo is an ultra-lightweight open source process… Read More →
Welcome to the second of a three-part blog series, kicked off last week by Rajeev where he reviewed TIBCO’s IoT strategy. In this blog, I’ll spend some time focusing on Flogo, the open source project and our newly introduced edge app support. Let’s get started, shall we?
In February 2017, I traveled to Pune, India to present the open source IoT project Flogo in front of 400 attendees at Gophercon. This event is the largest global conference series on the Go Programming Language. The conference had many great talks, which demonstrated why Go is used especially for building fast,… Read More →
In May 2016, TIBCO announced the open source project Flogo at TIBCO NOW in Las Vegas. In October, the project was published as first developer preview. You can reach the project via the Flogo website, TIBCO Community, or find the source code on Github. This blog post is intended to give… Read More →
Discovering a new technology is somehow like meeting a new friend. And like friends, some technology may just pass by, some are here to last long. When Project Flogo was first announced at TIBCO NOW back in May 2016, it came with a lot of promises: