Enterprises will be able to create and run excellent data products thanks to an open source, community-based data platform. This platform has already been embraced by a number of significant Fintech, Telco, and data provider companies.
Acceldata today unveiled a new open source version of its data platform, enabling business data teams to develop with more affordable modern data observability solutions. In order to satisfy the evolving needs of today’s enterprises, the open source data platform provides stable and community-validated versions of data observability libraries as well as support for public, private, and hybrid settings.
There have historically been few options for enterprise data teams to switch to an open source, community-based data platform. Six projects from Acceldata’s new open source initiative, which is distributed under the Apache License Version 2.0, can be downloaded for free from this page. The data platform periodically synchronises with open source branches to guarantee alignment with the most recent code and new developments. This gives the flexibility to incorporate additional elements as local and corporate innovation develops further.
The platform for open source data offers the following community advantages:
- Automation of deployment that enables package management, manageability, and observability.
- The adaptability to implement technologies that offer flexibility and on-demand services in any setting.
- Services can be upgraded and used by tenants without having an effect on other tenants.
- A system that guarantees the stability, upkeep, and consistency of components over change cycles.
“With the unrelenting data deluge, enterprise data observability continues to be an emerging, high growth market,” states Ashwin Rajeeva, co-founder and CTO of Acceldata. “Our founding team has contributed extensively to Apache projects over the years. We know that a reliable, low cost data platform that’s in step with the latest Apache open source code will not only help to advance innovation in data observability but also benefit from the larger community collaboration with a shared mission.”