Buying into an infrastructure-specific vendor can lead to problems, from perhaps needing to buy a license or not being able to move into another territory which could be detrimental to the evolution of a business. In this segment, Julian Fischer, CEO and Co-Founder of anynines, shares some of the problems with data gravity and vendor lock-in and how you can mitigate that risk. He explains why it is safer to go for open source technology and why it provides you with greater flexibility.

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The summary of the show is written by Emily Nicholls.

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