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ElephantDB and Storm Join the Twitter Flock

That’s to say BackType, creators of Cascalog, ElephantDB, and Storm , has been acquired by Twitter (which in case you didn’t know names most of their open source libraries and storage solutions using bird names).

The announcement is here . Looking forward to seeing Storm open sourced.

Original title and link: ElephantDB and Storm Join the Twitter Flock (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)


BackType’s ElephantDB

I didn’t know BackType’s ElephantDB is open source and available on GitHub, same as their Cascalog the Clojure based query language for Hadoop.

Original title and link: BackType’s ElephantDB (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)