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Open Source in Gartner Magic Quadrant
December 8, 2009 11:58 AM GMT
I was researching the product suite offered by Talend at the request of a client. It seems to be a very rich and robust solution and is based on open source which makes it that much more interesting.
Talend offers many products and services but at a high level the solution is comprised of Data Integration, Data Migration, Data Synchronization and ETL for Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing.
Several telecommunication companies including Virgin Mobile and AOL have implemented their solutions and Virgin Mobile gives an in-depth endorsement of the product.
After reviewing the testimonials I ran across the Talend blog discussion about Gartner recently included the solution in the Gartner Magic Quadrant.
The author states they are the only open source player in the Magic Quadrant for Data Integration which I believe is true but it got me thinking about other Magic Quadrant that Gartner puts out.
Are there any Operation Support Systems based on Open Source currently or previously in a Gartner Quadrant? I would be curious to see if OSS based on OSS has broken into the ‘mainstream’ yet.
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