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Apache Giraph

Apache Giraph is real-time graph processing software that is mostly used to analyze social media data. Giraph was developed by Yahoo! and given to the Apache Software Foundation for future management. Read Full Definition

pattern (design pattern)

In software development, a pattern (or design pattern) is a written document that describes a general solution to a design problem that recurs repeatedly in many projects. Read Full Definition

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continuous delivery (CD)

Continuous delivery (CD) is a software release approach in which development teams produce and test code in short cycles, usually with a high degree of automation. Read Full Definition

Google Cloud Composer

Cloud Composer is a managed workflow automation tool that is built on Apache Airflow. Developers use Cloud Composer to author, schedule and monitor software development pipelines across clouds and on-premise data ... Read Full Definition

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MIT License (X11 license or MIT X license)

The MIT License (also known as the X11 license or MITX license) is a software license that was originally developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Read Full Definition

open source storage

Open source storage is data storage software developed in a public, collaborative manner that permits the free use, distribution and modification of the source code. Read Full Definition

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Agile Manifesto

The Agile Manifesto is a proclamation that articulates four key values and 12 principles that its authors believe software developers should use to guide their work. Read Full Definition

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POX

POX is an open source development platform for Python-based software-defined networking (SDN) control applications, such as OpenFlow SDN controllers. Read Full Definition

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digital commons

The digital commons is the collective of discreet online resources that are collaboratively developed and overseen by a community. Examples include wikis, such as Wikipedia, open licensing organizations, such as ... Read Full Definition

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SecOps (DevSecOps)

SecOps, also called DevSecOps, is a management approach that connects security and operations teams, similar to how DevOps unifies software developers and operations professionals. Read Full Definition

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