What’s next for enterprise open source in the decade of data

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It's increasingly clear that open source software (OSS) is a smart bet, and data is key to increasing competitive advantage and accelerating growth. Today’s data leaders are four times likely to have deployed a best-of-breed OSS technology like Kubernetes and Apache Cassandra. And according to Gartner, much of the world’s application innovation is now based on open source software. Plus, companies already using a robust OSS data stack are twice as likely to attribute more than 20% of revenue to data and analytics. Open source is an engine for innovation, offering reliability, scalability, and security for IT leaders intent on future-proofing their infrastructure, building a powerful data strategy, and succeeding in a market that's still reeling from the pandemic. To learn more about how open source can help companies activate data in real time, use artificial intelligence and machine learning to improve customer relationships, and transform their business, don't miss this VB Live event. You'll learn: - How and why key open source technologies should play a central role in your data strategy - How to leverage leading and emerging technologies to drive your own data strategy forward - Best practices for aligning cultural as well as technical patterns for success to accelerate innovation Speakers: - Al Gillen, Group VP, Software Development and Open Source, IDC - Bryan Kirschner, VP, Strategy, DataStax - Sarah Novotny, Director of Open Source Strategy in the Azure Office of the CTO, Microsoft

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