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The 10 Coolest Open-Source Products Of 2009

From the launch of Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala, to the continued emergence of Drupal as a content management system, it's been a year of serious momentum for open source. Here we look at 10 products that made an impact on the IT Industry in 2009.

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The Drupal content management system runs Whitehouse.gov and dozens of other high-profile Web sites. And with more than 500,000 installations to date, Drupal's success appears destined to continue. "Without a doubt, Drupal has been the runaway success story of the year," declares John Locke, principal consultant at Freelock Computing, a Seattle-based open-source consultancy. Acquia, a startup focusing on commercializing Drupal, has received more than $18 million in venture capital to date, which is testimony to the key role Drupal is playing in pushing forward the notion of the Semantic Web.

 
 
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