Computer Associates Inc. will spring its Ingres R3 enterprise database on the open-source world next week at LinuxWorld, company officials have confirmed.
The Islandia, N.Y., company first unveiled plans to open-source Ingres in May. At the time, company officials had yet to determine what, exactly, would be open-sourced.
That uncertainty is gone, and the list of open-sourced technologies is longer than the list of what won't be open-sourced, according to Tony Gaughan, senior vice president of development at CA.
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