The 10 Coolest Open-Source Software Tools Of 2021 (So Far)
Wade Tyler Millward
CRN’s list of 10 coolest open-source tools in 2021 so far include python-based restore tooling from Aiven and cloud-use cost visibility from Stackwatch.
Kyligence, based in San Jose, offers an AI-enhanced analytics platform that’s capable of delivering sub-second query response time against petabytes of data. The Kyligence system is based on Apache Kylin, a distributed analytics engine for performing multi-dimensional analysis on huge datasets.
In April, Kyligence raised a $70 million Series D round of funding to “continue powering its global expansion and rapid customer adoption.” The financing will specifically be used to fuel the company’s research and development efforts, especially in developing cloud-native and machine learning technology, the company said at the time.
In January, Kyligence unveiled Kyligence Cloud 4, the first cloud-native release of the company’s AI-enhanced analytics platform that can deliver sub-second response time against petabytes of data.