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For Terracotta, A Year of Open Source Has Been Good for Business

Jan 06, 2008, 17:00 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Tina Gasperson)

"Terracotta makes a Java clustering solution that it calls 'drop-in' technology. Terracotta is unique, says Amit Pandey, chief executive officer, because it makes a way to offload temporary but important information that has traditionally been stored in expensive databases. In an effort to increase interest in the product, about a year ago Terracotta decided to open its source code and start giving the product away. According to Pandey, since Terracotta's entrance into the community, 'we've seen only goodness.'

"Terracotta is licensed under the Terracotta Public License (TPL), a modification of the Mozilla Public License that includes an attribution requirement..."

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