Stephen E. Arnold: Cisco, OpenSOC and Big Data

Stephen E. Arnold

Stephen E. Arnold

Cisco Relies on OpenSOC through GitHub When it Comes to Big Data

The article on Enterprise Networking Planet titled Cisco Goes Open-Source for Big Data Analytics discusses the change for Cisco with some high-ups in the company. Annie Ballew, Solutions Architect in the Cisco Security Business Group, mentions that OpenSOC is not actually a Security Information and Event Management system but rather should be considered “big data technology for security analytics.” OpenSOC is freely available through Github. The article states, Read More

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Dec 10

Dev Balkind: Nathan Schneider on Owning

Devin Balkind

Devin Balkind

Nathan Schneider is one of the best chroniclers of the emergence of the new solutions.  This piece places places a lot of innovations into context, connecting various movements and ideologies together to give the reader a picture of what’s next.

Owning is the New Sharing

Nathan Schneider

“We’re moving into a new economic age,” says Marjorie Kelly, who spent two decades at the helm of Business Ethics magazine and now advises social entrepreneurs. “It needs to be sustainable. It needs to be inclusive. And the foundation of what defines an economic age is its form of ownership.”   …   There are many ways to own. Simply giving up on ownership, however, will mean that those who actually do own the tools that we rely on to share will control them. People who want an economy of genuine sharing are coming to recognize that they must embrace ownership — and, as they do, they’re changing what owning means altogether.

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Dec 3

Dev Balkind: Greg Bloom on Community Data Commons

Categories: Access,Data
Devin Balkind

Devin Balkind

Towards a Community Data Commons

Greg Bloom

This all points to a question that the civic technology movement must consider: whose responsibility is it to produce and share knowledge about a community?

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Dec 2