Confluent joins Redis and MongoDB in restricting its open source licensing for competitors

John Leonard
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'A positive change that can help ensure small open source communities aren't acting as free and unsustainable R&D for tech giants' says CEO Jay Kreps

Confluent, the company behind the enterprise distribution of streaming platform Apache Kafka of the same name, has joined Redis Labs and MongoDB in changing the licensing terms on some of its softw...

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