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BrightContext puts a SQL-like language atop analyitcs tech spawned by Twitter.

Carla Gentry CSPO‘s insight:

Part of the answer to that question arrived in 2011, when Twitter acquired data analytics startup BackType and then published a big part of BackType’s technology as free and open source software. The software, called Storm, is the real-time computing platform used to power analytics and other stream-driven features at Twitter and other companies like Groupon or the Weather Channel. It’s also a major piece of the underpinnings of BrightContext’s platform.

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