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  • Strapi

    Open-source Content Management Framework to build powerful API with no effort.

  • Netflix: What Happens When You Press Play?

    Todd Hoff, the editor of HighScalability.com, wrote an amazing article on the architecture of Netflix and how it works. This article is a masterpiece for everyone wanting to understand how you can leverage open source and build high-scale architecture.

    Read the whole article on HighScalability.com.

  • Case Study : The Analytics Pipeline At Teads

    Teads, founded in 2011, is the inventor of outstream video advertising and the leading native video advertising marketplace. Publishers work with Teads to create brand new outstream video inventory, monetizing it through programmatic buying, their own sales force, or third parties including Teads Demand.

    Tead’s architect Alban Perillat-Merceroz wrote a very interesting article on HighScalability.com describing how Teads orchestrates Kafka, Dataflow and BigQuery together to ingest and transform hundreds of thousands of events. Another proof that when it comes to high performing architecture, open source is one of the best ways to go.

    See the full article on HighScalability.com

  • TAO

  • it.gim – Generic Information Management

    it.gim is an Enterprise Application Integration tool, which includes reliability, scalability, security, error tolerance, availability and platform independence.

  • OpenEAI

    The purpose of the OpenEAI Project is to discover and document the controlling dynamics, principles, and practices of enterprise application integration and to present, implement, and promote those findings. The OpenEAI Project presents findings in the form of the OpenEAI methodology and OpenEAI software for implementing integrations. We suggest you read the OpenEAI Overview for additional background on enterprise application integration (EAI). The OpenEAI Project is comprised of six distinct, but closely-related departments, which address OpenEAI Methodology, Application Foundation APIs, Message Object API, Message Definitions, Reference Implementations, and Deployment and Administration. The OpenEAI Project is characterized by: * collaborative research and development * clear understanding and documenting the principles of EAI * creation of high-quality software that leads the way in the field * open software licenses that acknowledge the need for embedding OpenEAI software in proprietary products The OpenEAI Project is guided by the OpenEAI Software Foundation. The foundation exists to provide organizational, legal, and financial support to the project. Foundation members are individuals who have demonstrated a sustained commitment to the OpenEAI Project and made significant contributions in the form of EAI research and open source development.

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  • Strapi

    Open-source Content Management Framework to build powerful API with no effort.

  • Netflix: What Happens When You Press Play?

    Todd Hoff, the editor of HighScalability.com, wrote an amazing article on the architecture of Netflix and how it works. This article is a masterpiece for everyone wanting to understand how you can leverage open source and build high-scale architecture.

    Read the whole article on HighScalability.com.

  • Case Study : The Analytics Pipeline At Teads

    Teads, founded in 2011, is the inventor of outstream video advertising and the leading native video advertising marketplace. Publishers work with Teads to create brand new outstream video inventory, monetizing it through programmatic buying, their own sales force, or third parties including Teads Demand.

    Tead’s architect Alban Perillat-Merceroz wrote a very interesting article on HighScalability.com describing how Teads orchestrates Kafka, Dataflow and BigQuery together to ingest and transform hundreds of thousands of events. Another proof that when it comes to high performing architecture, open source is one of the best ways to go.

    See the full article on HighScalability.com

  • TAO

  • it.gim – Generic Information Management

    it.gim is an Enterprise Application Integration tool, which includes reliability, scalability, security, error tolerance, availability and platform independence.

  • OpenEAI

    The purpose of the OpenEAI Project is to discover and document the controlling dynamics, principles, and practices of enterprise application integration and to present, implement, and promote those findings. The OpenEAI Project presents findings in the form of the OpenEAI methodology and OpenEAI software for implementing integrations. We suggest you read the OpenEAI Overview for additional background on enterprise application integration (EAI). The OpenEAI Project is comprised of six distinct, but closely-related departments, which address OpenEAI Methodology, Application Foundation APIs, Message Object API, Message Definitions, Reference Implementations, and Deployment and Administration. The OpenEAI Project is characterized by: * collaborative research and development * clear understanding and documenting the principles of EAI * creation of high-quality software that leads the way in the field * open software licenses that acknowledge the need for embedding OpenEAI software in proprietary products The OpenEAI Project is guided by the OpenEAI Software Foundation. The foundation exists to provide organizational, legal, and financial support to the project. Foundation members are individuals who have demonstrated a sustained commitment to the OpenEAI Project and made significant contributions in the form of EAI research and open source development.

  • Strapi

    Open-source Content Management Framework to build powerful API with no effort.

  • Netflix: What Happens When You Press Play?

    Todd Hoff, the editor of HighScalability.com, wrote an amazing article on the architecture of Netflix and how it works. This article is a masterpiece for everyone wanting to understand how you can leverage open source and build high-scale architecture.

    Read the whole article on HighScalability.com.

  • Case Study : The Analytics Pipeline At Teads

    Teads, founded in 2011, is the inventor of outstream video advertising and the leading native video advertising marketplace. Publishers work with Teads to create brand new outstream video inventory, monetizing it through programmatic buying, their own sales force, or third parties including Teads Demand.

    Tead’s architect Alban Perillat-Merceroz wrote a very interesting article on HighScalability.com describing how Teads orchestrates Kafka, Dataflow and BigQuery together to ingest and transform hundreds of thousands of events. Another proof that when it comes to high performing architecture, open source is one of the best ways to go.

    See the full article on HighScalability.com

  • TAO

  • it.gim – Generic Information Management

    it.gim is an Enterprise Application Integration tool, which includes reliability, scalability, security, error tolerance, availability and platform independence.

  • OpenEAI

    The purpose of the OpenEAI Project is to discover and document the controlling dynamics, principles, and practices of enterprise application integration and to present, implement, and promote those findings. The OpenEAI Project presents findings in the form of the OpenEAI methodology and OpenEAI software for implementing integrations. We suggest you read the OpenEAI Overview for additional background on enterprise application integration (EAI). The OpenEAI Project is comprised of six distinct, but closely-related departments, which address OpenEAI Methodology, Application Foundation APIs, Message Object API, Message Definitions, Reference Implementations, and Deployment and Administration. The OpenEAI Project is characterized by: * collaborative research and development * clear understanding and documenting the principles of EAI * creation of high-quality software that leads the way in the field * open software licenses that acknowledge the need for embedding OpenEAI software in proprietary products The OpenEAI Project is guided by the OpenEAI Software Foundation. The foundation exists to provide organizational, legal, and financial support to the project. Foundation members are individuals who have demonstrated a sustained commitment to the OpenEAI Project and made significant contributions in the form of EAI research and open source development.

  • Strapi

    Open-source Content Management Framework to build powerful API with no effort.

  • Netflix: What Happens When You Press Play?

    Todd Hoff, the editor of HighScalability.com, wrote an amazing article on the architecture of Netflix and how it works. This article is a masterpiece for everyone wanting to understand how you can leverage open source and build high-scale architecture.

    Read the whole article on HighScalability.com.

  • Case Study : The Analytics Pipeline At Teads

    Teads, founded in 2011, is the inventor of outstream video advertising and the leading native video advertising marketplace. Publishers work with Teads to create brand new outstream video inventory, monetizing it through programmatic buying, their own sales force, or third parties including Teads Demand.

    Tead’s architect Alban Perillat-Merceroz wrote a very interesting article on HighScalability.com describing how Teads orchestrates Kafka, Dataflow and BigQuery together to ingest and transform hundreds of thousands of events. Another proof that when it comes to high performing architecture, open source is one of the best ways to go.

    See the full article on HighScalability.com

  • TAO

  • it.gim – Generic Information Management

    it.gim is an Enterprise Application Integration tool, which includes reliability, scalability, security, error tolerance, availability and platform independence.

  • OpenEAI

    The purpose of the OpenEAI Project is to discover and document the controlling dynamics, principles, and practices of enterprise application integration and to present, implement, and promote those findings. The OpenEAI Project presents findings in the form of the OpenEAI methodology and OpenEAI software for implementing integrations. We suggest you read the OpenEAI Overview for additional background on enterprise application integration (EAI). The OpenEAI Project is comprised of six distinct, but closely-related departments, which address OpenEAI Methodology, Application Foundation APIs, Message Object API, Message Definitions, Reference Implementations, and Deployment and Administration. The OpenEAI Project is characterized by: * collaborative research and development * clear understanding and documenting the principles of EAI * creation of high-quality software that leads the way in the field * open software licenses that acknowledge the need for embedding OpenEAI software in proprietary products The OpenEAI Project is guided by the OpenEAI Software Foundation. The foundation exists to provide organizational, legal, and financial support to the project. Foundation members are individuals who have demonstrated a sustained commitment to the OpenEAI Project and made significant contributions in the form of EAI research and open source development.

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WEEK SUMMARY TITLES

  • Strapi

    Open-source Content Management Framework to build powerful API with no effort.

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