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Open Source ETL and Data Integration Software

Open Source ETL and Data Integration Software

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Aptica The evolution and progress of telecommunications market is quick and continuous. Projects must be performed in the fastest way. It makes necessary to make use of high qualified professionals from whom the maximum profits would be obtained. APTICA has capacity for the supervision and execution of any of the phases involved in any communications network deployment. The Open Source Community How to - Digital Factory DEMO Pack (Enterprise Distribution) The Digital Factory Demo Pack is the best way to get our beautiful ACME Space DEMO without any application / database installation. Discover the beautiful authoring interface of Digital Factory. As a production like installation, the Jahia Studio is not available on this package setup. To install the Digital Factory DEMO Pack:

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ANBOTO, Naturalizing the Human-Computer communication Let's imagine the perfect assistant. Always available, with extraordinary language expertise. This superb assistant is ready to start working in your company. It's called: Anboto Virtual Vendor Gen V. Anboto provides Web Customer Service and e-Commerce technology based on Semantics and Natural Language Processing to reduce costs and increase sales. The main products of Anboto are the Virtual Sales Agent and Intelligent Chat. DokuWiki] DokuWiki is a simple to use and highly versatile Open Source wiki software that doesn't require a database. It is loved by users for its clean and readable syntax. The ease of maintenance, backup and integration makes it an administrator's favorite.

Search takes a new shape Back in the old days – or the ’90s as some call them – we utilized the Internet as an information resource. What’s that phone number, where is that address, where can I buy that product – you had concrete questions and were no longer required to speak to a human to get answers. Sure, there were bulletin boards and Usenet forums for discussion but they primarily involved coding arguments and game walkthroughs. The Internet wasn’t truly upended into a community, and all that that entails, until just a couple of years ago. It was then that the inundation of bloggers collided with social networking and lifestreaming to produce a perfect storm of content.

Amazon S3 Performance Tips & Tricks + Seattle S3 Hiring Event Today's guest post is brought to you by Doug Grismore, Director of Storage Operations for AWS. Doug has some useful performance tips and tricks that will help you to get the best possible performance from Amazon S3. There's also information about a special S3 hiring event that will take place later this week in Seattle. Update (September 2013) - The information below, while still largely accurate, has been supplanted by a newer document, S3 Request Rate and Performance Considerations. -- Jeff;

TicTacDo JavaScript seem to be disabled in your browser. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. Whoops, our bad... The page you requested was not found, and we have a fine guess why. If you typed the URL directly, please make sure the spelling is correct. Wiki CMS Groupware The Tiki Community is proud to announce the release of , the latest version of Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware. This release, with more than 1,000 code contributions by dozens of Tiki Community members, includes many new features, some architectural enhancements, and many bug fixes. Some of these new features include: Improved batch actions based on a URL with a token access. Extensive improvements to the Maps, Slideshow, Calendar, File Gallery and Drawings New plugins and modules

Search redefined Anyone with even a remote interest in the semantic space has likely experienced the same roller coaster I have regarding Powerset. When I first spoke with Barney Pell over a year ago, the semantic tech sector was an entirely different landscape. I was intrigued by my conversation with Barney and the short demo I saw of Powerset-enabled search.

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