By 2020, most of the world’s data centers will be running on open source technology.
Open source is a way for software developers to share code, documentation, and other tools.
The technology is widely used in cloud computing and other new data centers, and it’s rapidly becoming more prevalent in the Internet of Things space.
Data engineers, however, often struggle with finding and using open source software.
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Open source software is also becoming more popular in the workplace.
Google recently announced that it will soon start offering open source tools for its software engineers, who are typically used to working in a team environment.
But that’s just the start.
Companies also have embraced open source for the workplace, too.
Many of them are hiring open source engineers for data center roles.
Google has also made open source available for other types of data management, such as security and auditing.
The company says it is “actively exploring ways to make open source even more accessible for companies to learn and adopt.”
Open source is also a good way to share data.
By enabling open source code, you can get a more consistent and comprehensive view of the data you’re storing, says Dave Schilling, chief technology officer at Cloudflare, a cloud data storage company.
“Open source provides a much more complete view of data and lets you make comparisons across data sets and even data types that weren’t previously supported,” he says.
This makes it easier for data scientists to compare data sets across different data centers.
And open source is one of the most popular ways to share your data with other data scientists, so it’s a great way to get started.
Learn more about open source at data.gov.
This article originally appeared on Vice News.