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The Data Day, A few days: April 22-26 2013
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Pivotal launches. SkySQL and Mony Program merge. And much, much more

Our report on the changes in the MySQL ecosystem is now available for 451 clients and non-clients alike at bit.ly/451mysql

— Matt Aslett (@maslett) April 25, 2013

For 451 Research clients: VMware expands Serengeti’s horizons with updated Hadoop virtualization project bit.ly/17muQFI

— Matt Aslett (@maslett) April 26, 2013

For 451 Research clients: SkySQL, Monty Program merge to support MariaDB following formation of MariaDB Foundation bit.ly/10dsdjf

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The Data Day, A few days: March 29-April 8 2013
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Tableau preps IPO. Funding for SiSense and Deep. And more.

* For 451 Research clients: Citus Data brings SQL to foreign data environments, starting with Hadoop

* For 451 Research clients: With $20m in series B funding in the bag, Platfora makes its Hadoop-based analysis debut

* Tableau Software Files Registration Statement For Proposed Initial Public Offering.

* SiSense raises $10m series B funding.

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The Data Day, Two days: January 9/10 2013
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SAP on HANA. Funding for Guavus and ScaleArc. And more

It’s alive! @451research‘s 2013 Database survey is available now at bit.ly/451db13 #mysql #nosql #newsql #postgresql etc etc

— Matt Aslett (@maslett) January 9, 2013

#SAPonHANA is official. Read the press release for the SAP Business Suite powered by #SAP

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SAP Netweaver 7.0, ERP 6.0, CRM 5.0, CRM 2007, SCM 5.0, SCM 5.1, SRM 5.0 are support for ABAP stack on Solaris 11
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using one of the two databases

  • Oracle 11.2.0.3
  • MaxDB 7.8.2.26 

with SAP Kernel 7.20_ext are supported on Solaris 11. The details are documented in the SAP note 1643799 (access for SAP customers only).

451 CAOS Links 2011.09.23
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Red Hat revenue up 28% in Q2. Funding for NoSQL vendors. And more.

# Red Hat reported net income of $40m in the second quarter on revenue up 28% to $281.3m.

# 10gen raised $20m in funding, while DataStax closed an $11m series B round, while also releasing its DataStax Enterprise and Community products. Additionally Neo Technology

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451 CAOS Links 2010.12.07
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The future of Java. Google releases Gingerbread. And more.

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“Tracking the open source news wires, so you don’t have to.”

# The Register reported, and Oracle later confirmed, that Oracle’s proposed roadmap for Java 7 and 8 has been accepted.

# Stephen Colebourne provided more details on the results of the vote on Java 7 and Java 8.

# Google introduced the Nexus-S with Android Gingerbread.

# Nuxeo


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What is open core licensing (and what isn’t) UPDATED
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This is an updated version of a post that was originally published in July 2009. It has been updated in response to ongoing confusion about open core licensing.

There has been a significant amount of interest in the open core licensing strategy since Andrew Lampitt articulated it and its benefits for combining open source and closed source licensing.

There remains considerable confusion about exactly what the open core licensing strategy is, however, which is strange since the term arrived fully packaged with a specific definition, courtesy of Andrew. Recently I have begun to wonder whether many of the people that use the term open core regularly

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451 CAOS Links 2010.09.21
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Oracle launches Unbreakable Kernel, updates MySQL and Java plans. And more.

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“Tracking the open source news wires, so you don’t have to.”

# Oracle launched its Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel.

# Oracle announced the release candidate of MySQL 5.5.

# Oracle outlined its plans for Java platform. JavaWorld has the details.

# Novell and SAP have collaborated on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP applications.

# Mozilla


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451 CAOS Links 2010.07.27
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New projects. Old arguments. And more.

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“Tracking the open source news wires, so you don’t have to.”

New projects
# Gemini Mobile Technologies released Hibari, a new open source non-relational database for big data.

# Lockheed Martin launched the Eureka Streams open source project for enterprise social networking.

# Sony Pictures Imageworks expanded its open source initiative with the release of OpenColorIO.

Old arguments
# Kirk Wylie discussed the importance of natural split in open core



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451 CAOS Links 2010.02.12
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Licensing, community, funding, revenue, business models, patents. And more.

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“Tracking the open source news wires, so you don’t have to.”

# The OpenOffice.org Community announced the release of OpenOffice.org 3.2.

# An interview with Michael Tiemann on licensing and community.

# DotNetNuke raised $8m series B funding.

# Microsoft updated its Linux Integrated Components, introducing support for RHEL in Hyper-V.

# An interview with Marten Mickos on how open source businesses can break through the


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SAP as a case study for open source engagement
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There was some incredulity expressed yesterday when I suggested that SAP is a great case study on the way in which proprietary companies have engaged with open source.

To be clear, I was not suggesting that SAP is, or should be considered, an open source company, but based on our understanding of SAP’s changing strategy with regards to open source software it represents a good case study on how proprietary companies have learned that it is in their best interests to contribute to open source software projects.

Jay and I had the opportunity yesterday to speak to Claus von Riegen, SAP director of technology standards and open source, and Erwin Tenhumberg, SAP open source program manager. Our

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A guide to The 451 Group’s open source software coverage
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Regular visitors to the 451 CAOS Theory blog will be well aware of The 451 Group’s CAOS (Commercial Adoption of Open Source) research service and our CAOS long-form reports.

They are probably less aware of the open source coverage that The 451 Group provides on a day-to-day and week-to-week basis, however, and I thought it would be worthwhile to provide some examples of The 451 Group’s ongoing open source coverage by highlighting a few recent reports.

The company’s core services are 451 Market Insight Service, which delivers daily insight into emerging enterprise IT markets, and 451 TechDealmaker, a forward-looking weekly

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451 CAOS Links 2009.12.18
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Shuttleworth steps down as Canonical CEO. Open source at SAP. And more.

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“Tracking the open source news wires, so you don’t have to.”

For the latest on Oracle’s acquisition of MySQL via Sun, see Everything you always wanted to know about MySQL but were afraid to ask

# Mark Shuttleworth explained why he is stepping down as CEO of Canonical.

# Groklaw published The EU and Microsoft Settle Browser Issue; Interoperability with FOSS Still a Problem.

# Erwin


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451 CAOS Links 2009.11.24
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Chrome OS and Andoid to merge - eventually. Oracle and SpringSource propose Eclipse OSGi project. And more.

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“Tracking the open source news wires, so you don’t have to.”

For the latest on Oracle’s acquisition of MySQL via Sun, see Everything you always wanted to know about MySQL but were afraid to ask

# Gizmodo reported that Chrome OS and Android are destined to merge, somehow.

# Q&A with open government activist David Eaves about Portland’s move


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Everything you always wanted to know about MySQL but were afraid to ask - part two
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Since the European Commission announced it was opening an in-depth investigation into the proposed takeover of Sun Microsystems by Oracle with a focus on MySQL there has been no shortage of opinion written about Oracle’s impending ownership of MySQL and its impact on MySQL users and commercial partners, as well as MySQL’s business model, dual licensing and the GPL.

In order to try and bring some order to the conversation, we have brought together some of the most referenced blog posts and news stories in chronological order.

Part one took us from the announcement of the EC’s in-depth investigation up to the eve of the communication of the EC’s Statement of Objections.

Part two, below, takes us from there to

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451 CAOS Links 2009.06.12
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Yahoo opens up Hadoop distribution. Microsoft and Novell claim customer wins. And more.

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The elephant in the room
Plenty of news emerged form the Hadoop Summit this week, including Cloudera announced support for Amazon Elastic Block Storage (EBS) and introduced Sqoop, open source tool for importing databases into Hadoop, while Yahoo! Released! The! Yahoo! Distribution! Of! Hadoop! opening up its Hadoop developments to the wider community. As Savio Rodrigues noted, there has been a surge in the number of contributors for the Hadoop project in the last year.

Best of the rest
# Novell and Microsoft


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451 CAOS Links 2009.06.05
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Spring forward. Freeloaders, leeches and hermits. Intel buys Wind River. And more.

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A Spring in its step
SpringSource boasted of rapid revenue growth while CEO Rod Johnson claimed that Red Hat’s Open Choice initiative is defensive response to SpringSource, a suggestion that was denied by Rich Sharples.

Freeloaders, leeches and hermits

I already provided my views earlier this week on Infoworld’s report about open source ‘leeches’ and corporate contributions. The debate continued as Dave Rosenberg clarified his position, and Tarus Balog gave his



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SAP on Solaris Cluster
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Solaris Cluster comes bundled with rich support for numerous software applications.

Follow the link to see a list of all the Solaris Cluster Agents available in the latest release of  Solaris Cluster  - SC 3.2 01/09.
For most of these applications the latest versions are supported.  In this blog I specifically want to highlight the latest support
for the SAP NetWeaver stack and highlight some key features provided by Solaris Cluster to make SAP highly available on
Solaris.

Solaris Cluster 3.2 HA SAP Web Application Server agents now support SAP 7.1 on S10 SPARC and X64. You will need
patch# 126062-06 or later for S10 SPARC or patch# 126063-07 or later for S10 X64. This patch is required for the following
Resource Types (RTs) - SUNW.sapenq,








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SAP on Solaris Cluster
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Solaris Cluster comes bundled with rich support for numerous software applications.

Follow the link to see a list of all the Solaris Cluster Agents available in the latest release of  Solaris Cluster  - SC 3.2 01/09.
For most of these applications the latest versions are supported.  In this blog I specifically want to highlight the latest support
for the SAP NetWeaver stack and highlight some key features provided by Solaris Cluster to make SAP highly available on
Solaris.

Solaris Cluster 3.2 HA SAP Web Application Server agents now support SAP 7.1 on S10 SPARC and X64. You will need
patch# 126062-06 or later for S10 SPARC or patch# 126063-07 or later for S10 X64. This patch is required for the following
Resource Types (RTs) - SUNW.sapenq,








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SAP on Solaris Cluster
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Solaris Cluster comes bundled with rich support for numerous software applications.

Follow the link to see a list of all the Solaris Cluster Agents available in the latest release of  Solaris Cluster  - SC 3.2 01/09.
For most of these applications the latest versions are supported.  In this blog I specifically want to highlight the latest support
for the SAP NetWeaver stack and highlight some key features provided by Solaris Cluster to make SAP highly available on
Solaris.

Solaris Cluster 3.2 HA SAP Web Application Server agents now support SAP 7.1 on S10 SPARC and X64. You will need
patch# 126062-06 or later for S10 SPARC or patch# 126063-07 or later for S10 X64. This patch is required for the following
Resource Types (RTs) - SUNW.sapenq,








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A (round-about) story about Jeffry P. Bezos
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The following is what i wrote on “43people.com” about the boss. I thought it was worth keeping in my own archives, since it’s actually a story about my life as it pertains to Mr. Bezos.



Back a few years ago, I was taking some classes down in Edmonds. The one I’m thinking of in particular was on the care and feeding of unix. We were using red hat linux 6.0 or some crufty version that wasn’t so crufty at the time.

Anyway, the prof didn’t require that we buy any books, but he made some suggestions. And he also suggested that we buy them on this new fangled “Internet” thing through a few of his friends down south in Seattle at this
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Why SAP is interested in scripting languages: an interview with André Labahn
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At the SDN Day on TechEd 06 Amsterdam I had the pleasure to make a short video with André Labahn from SAP. He's a member of the SDN/SAP team that tries to leverage the usage of scripting languages (PHP, Ruby) together with SAP software, mainly R/3 and other components. As you might know, SAP has some stakeholding into OpenSource, some time ago with their release of SAPDB as "MaxDB" which is now maintained by MySQL. Here's what André has to say about PHP & SAP:

The video is also available on sevenload.de.

MaxDB Synchronization Manager User Report
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United Drugs had occasion to use the Synchronization Manager in production at this year’s convention. Mark Thomas (of United Drugs) and the MaxDB team at MySQL have been getting a use case document together to present the experiences. We had a great deal of help from the SyncMan dev team at SAP Berlin and Chris Hall of Just 4 Dental (who, by the way, also uses the Synchronization Manager in production).

I think the document has come together well and does a good job of describing what the industry can expect out of the Syncronization Manager in its current form. It should also be noted that this document has been presented to SAP Berlin and that many of the issues that have been brought to light have been addressed in the most recent

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SAP.info article on MaxDB
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Hey all,

Cross posting some work-related stuff here, since I haven't quite decided whether I like movable type or not...

http://www.sap.info/goto/en/go/29707/

And while I'm at it...

What does the community want to see out of MaxDB in 2006? What are the main areas we should focus on this year? What would make your experience of using MaxDB better? Easier? More enjoyable?

I don't know how well trackbacks work, so you may feel free to email your suggestions to maxdb@mysql.com if they seem to be broken :)
MaxDB article on sap.info
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http://www.sap.info/INT/int/index/Category-28943c61b1e60d84b-int/0/articlesVersions-1062943bd0ec4c023c
MaxDB article on sap.info
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http://www.sap.info/INT/int/index/Category-28943c61b1e60d84b-int/0/articlesVersions-1062943bd0ec4c023c
Description of MaxDB code tree
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I had a conversation with Daniel Dittmar, one of the developers on the SAP team today. I am trying to get familiar with the MaxDB codebase, and it's difficult to do without at least a bit of explanation. The inline English documentation is written by native German speakers, so it's often difficult to discern. Having this map will help me quite a bit. I hope it helps some others as well.

Thanks very much to Daniel for putting an evening in to documenting this.





12:56 DanielD: can you point me to some docs on the maxdb source code?
12:56 why are the different parts named with such short and
difficult-to-remember names? :)
12:57 partly, because if you work with them day in, day out, you
remember them anyway and they are easier to type
12:57 :)
12:58 what documentation












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Synch Manager, part V article outline
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Hey all,

Here is the rough outline for the upcoming Synchronization Manager article. I expect to have it fleshed out and ready for publication by the end of next week or shortly thereafter. Please give feedback if you see anything missing or are not interested in particular topics.

Thanks!




  • Concepts

    • Replication Units

      • Master Unit

      • Client Unit

      • Activating Replication Units


    • Message Server, msgserver

    • Synchronization Service, syncservice

    • Conflicts

    • Table name mapping

    • Master database

    • Client databases

    • Shadow Tables





  • Example




























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Stuff in Berlin
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I asked for a performance review from my boss a while ago, and I got it on Tuesday. It was all good news. There is something clear that I need to work on, which is much, much better than having nowhere to improve :)

My manager said that he is happy with my work and that I have been quite innovative.

I've been getting up around 7:00 in the morning, showering, shaving, dressing, and getting to the MySQL offices around 7:45 - 8:30 (depending on whether I have breakfast at the hotel.)

When I get to the offices, I try to get all of the internet-related work (grabbing libraries, header files I'll need, programs I need to work on, etc) on to my system.

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Did I mention I'm in Berlin?
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I'm in Germany. Crazy.

I'm putting images up on my gallery page now, but it's slow going. It seems that I keep bringing down my co-worker's network whenever I push a lot of bandwidth over it.

I have not asked my co-worker if I can mention him on my blog yet, so I will not mention his name; But, I would like to publicly share my gratitude. He has been very kind and helped me find my way around his country very adeptly.

He suggested a very nice hotel for me, only moments from his office and home, was kind enough to invite me on an outing last weekend with his children to a local lake, keeps me hydrated (Have I mentioned how uhm... different Berlin water is than Washingtonian water?), lets me invade his network, and keeps me very well informed about MySQL, SAP and MaxDB.

I miss you all. Please comment so I have some sort of tenuous grip with home. I'm







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