Application development managers who are building modern data apps have found that an open data stack is
often the best solution because it resolves all the primary challenges. Such a stack is built on open source and
is capable of running in a hybrid and/or multi-cloud infrastructure. In a best-case scenario, this stack uses
plain-vanilla object storage, such as Amazon Web Service’s S3 buckets, a common operational platform like
Kubernetes, and an open source database such as Apache Cassandra for its backend. It should also be
front-ended with easy-to-use APIs that abstract away much of the database idiosyncrasies from developers so
they can spend their time exploring creative ways to solve problems rather than learning a new database
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