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Young software exec moves to open source model
By Christopher Calnan, July 13, 2007

He's expecting Apatar to reach profitability within 18 months if he's successful in raising $3.8 million in venture capital. Without such investment, he expects the company to take 24 months to 32 months to reach profitability.
 
Two Ways To Deal With SOA's Data Integration Challenge

Open source Apatar is being evaluated by AutoDesk, which makes computer-aided design and engineering software. It also offers collaborative construction project management in the form of software as a service that integrates data through a Web portal for the contractors on a project. Major construction projects can involve 40 or more contractors.

 
Dennis Byron's Open Source Series: Talking to... Apatar

Most of the ebizQ.net Open Source Software (OSS) "Talking with…" Series has involved "established" OSS product and company structures. Of course, "established" in the OSS world is measured as anything more than 12 months.

 
Apatar Launches Open Source Data Integration as a Service

By Matthew Aslett, July 2, 2007

Open source integration start-up Apatar has announced the launch of Apatar Enterprise Data Mashups, an on-demand data integration offering.

 
Apatar to Officially Launch World's First Open Source On-Demand Data

MySQL News, June 28, 2007


PR Inside - Apatar enables its users to easily link information between files (Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, CSV/TXT files), databases (such as MySQL, Microsoft SQL, Oracle), applications ( Salesforce.com , SugarCRM), and the top Web 2.0 destinations.

 
Apatar sets launch of first open-source, on-demand data integration company

The Apatar Enterprise Data Mashups product aggregates RSS content within the enterprise. Apatar enables its users to easily link information between files-e.g., Microsoft Excel spreadsheets; CSV/TXT files; databases such as MySQL, Microsoft SQL, and Oracle; applications from Salesforce.com and SugarCRM; and the top Web 2.0 destinations, such as Flickr and Amazon S3.

 
Apatar to Officially Launch World's First Open Source Software as a Service (SaaS) Data Integration

Apatar, Inc., today announced Apatar Enterprise Data Mashups™, the world's first open source on-demand data integration software tools and services at the Red Herring East Conference, being held June 26-28, 2007, in Boston, MA. Apatar Enterprise Data Mashups is a new product for aggregating and reading RSS content within the enterprise.

 
Mashups in Minsk: Enterprise 2.0 Software Unveiled in Belarus

"It's a pleasure to share our experience in design and implementation of Web 2.0 solutions in North America with our Belarusian colleagues at Bynet 2.0," said Apatar founder and CEO Renat Khasanshyn, as he unveiled Apatar's Enterprise 2.0 Mashup product at the First Belarusian Web 2.0 Conference in Minsk, Belarus (CIS, former USSR).

 
ETL vs. ESB Naked Open Source

By Debbie Moynihan, June 20, 2007

ETL vs. ESB Naked Open Source; A blog by Renat Khasanshyn on the Intersection of Open Source, Enterprise 2.0, Mashups, Office 2.0, and Apatar Open Source ETL (Extract, Transform, Load).

 
Backing up your files

Amazon's S3 (Simple Storage Service) is a web service that allows people to store data within Amazon's network of state of the art data centre.

 
Open-Source Data Mapping: The Kid's Got it Going On

By Renee Ferguson, June 20, 2007

Sitting in the hallway outside the press room at the Web 2.0 conference here in Boston I noticed this fresh-faced looking kid wearing blok-square glasses and a blue shirt with Apatar embroidered across the back, pacing up and down in front of me. Haltingly he took a stab at conversation when I opened my banana. "Healthy lunch," he said. "Fast lunch," I said, looking down at my laptop to indicate my busy state of being.

 
The next big thing? Four open source start-ups to watch

By Matthew Aslett, June 20, 2007

A group of open source start-ups have appeared on CBR's radar in recent weeks. I thought it was worth taking a quick look at their credentials to see how they progress from here. They are, in no particular order: Apatar, GravityZoo, LoopFuse, and Untangle (alright I lied, they're in alphabetical order). Here's our first impressions.

 
Apatar: Yahoo Pipes like Open Source Application

By Krishnan Subramanian, June 28, 2007

Apatar is an enterprise level open source application that offers Yahoo Pipes like functionality. We (myself and Deepak) recently interviewed its CEO. I have made a post on Apatar and Deepak has followed it with a podcast of the interview. Check it out.

 
Apatar Enterprise Data Mashups Offering Chosen for OSBC Showcase

"We are thrilled to be included as part of the Showcase at OSBC," said Apatar founder and CEO Renat Khasanshyn, as it was announced that Apatar's Enterprise Data Mashups has been selected by this week's Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) to be a part of the "Products and Services," a select group of companies providing innovative solutions to the enterprise marketplace.

 
Apatar Data Integration Tool

By Brian Chee, May 20, 2007

You MUST check this tool out. Simply put, this is not just a one time data migration tool! You can literally have your high power sales folks on SalesForce.com and then your calling center on something like SugarCRM do a join and send an RSS feed to the mobile sales force. This startup with offices outside of Boston and also Belarus is creating a shift in the way we look at data.

 
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