Open-Source Connectors for jKool Streaming Analytics

By |January 30th, 2015|connectors, Java, open-source|0 Comments

Open-Source is a type of technology and it’s also a philosophy. The technology is one where the source code is published for anyone interested to see and use. The philosophy is about letting the community drive the direction of a product as opposed to the traditional method where an individual vendor provides the product roadmap.

As a Product Manager, I know that it is all too easy for a product to drift away from the needs of the market either due to not listening to the market or over listening to one customer and only one customer. The beauty of open-source is that the market drives the product; thus, in theory at least the product or project is always in synchronization with the changing needs of the market.

At jKool we have embraced open-source and having attended All Things Open in October we know there is a vibrant community out there for this approach. We are actively creating new open-source connectors to jKool, our SaaS solution for Streaming Analytics. We have just released two new connectors. They are: […]