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Author Archives: Lars Francke

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The Potential of Data Mesh [Whitepaper]

What possibilities does data mesh offer? What does it actually bring into my company and how can a data mesh project actually work? Everyone is already talking about data mesh as an alternative to the classic DWH or data lake. Together with Bitkom e. V., I was one of the authors of the white paper “Data Mesh – Finding and Using Data Potential” and had the opportunity to look at these and many other questions about the topic. You can find my remarks on the topic of architecture here; you can download the entire guide from Bitkom e. V. free of charge. Please note: The guide is only available in German. … Read More

Dr. Stefan Igel appointed new chief operating officer at Stackable

The open-source start-up expands its management team with experienced big-data experts Wedel, 01.07.2021 – Stackable, a provider of open-source distributions for data & analytics, is expanding its management team. Effective 1st July, Dr. Stefan Igel will assume the role of … Read More

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Stackable: Who or what is it anyway?

A few weeks ago we already announced what we are working on at Stackable: a distribution for open source Big Data software for on-premise and the cloud. In this blog post, we would now like to tell more about our … Read More

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Cloudera alternative: Why Stackable is attractive to many users

It’s one piece of news that hasn’t gotten much public attention but which – if you’re affected by it – will have a great impact on you: What was announced by Cloudera with little fanfare in the autumn of 2020 … Read More

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Cloudera cleans up: New business and licensing model announced

Cloudera will no longer offer a free version in future Cloudera recently announced changes. The title of the blog post is Our Commitment to Open Source Software but some changes are not made very explicit in the article. They have … Read More