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Mar
21
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Slim: OS kernel support for a low-overhead container overlay network Zhuo et al., NSDI’19 Container overlay networks rely on packet transformations, with each packet traversing the networking stack twice on its way from the sending container to the receiving container. There are CPU, throughput, and latency overheads associated with those traversals. In this paper, we […]
 
Mar
21
2019
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

For today's Apache® Ignite™ webinar we have a special guest presenter, Hypi CTO Courtney Robinson. Hypi is a serverless platform for accelerating application development.

 
Mar
20
2019
Posted by ScaleOut Software Blog

Unlike Redis, ScaleOut’s fully integrated client/server architecture for distributed caching automatically places both master and replica shards for transparent load-balancing with high availability, using automatic server discovery & recovery. Learn more

The post Unlike Redis, ScaleOut automatically places both master and replica shards … appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Mar
20
2019
Posted by The ScaleOut Software Blog

Unlike Redis, ScaleOut’s fully integrated client/server architecture for distributed caching automatically places both master and replica shards for transparent load-balancing with high availability, using automatic server discovery & recovery. Learn more

The post Unlike Redis, ScaleOut automatically places both master and replica shards … appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Mar
20
2019
Posted by The VoltDB In-Memory Database Blog

The post Materialized Views appeared first on VoltDB.

 
Mar
20
2019
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

This is an example showing the use of YAML configuration, and populating a Hazelcast grid with data in JSON format that has been extracted from a traditional relation database. So the data goes from tables into “NoSQL” format. Hello YAML, goodbye XML Hazelcast has a number of ways to be configured. Sensible defaults mean you […]

The post Hello JSON, hello YAML and goodbye XML! appeared first on Hazelcast.

 
Mar
20
2019
Posted by The Xoriant blog

The one-size-fits-all approach of ISVs is changing. ISVs today need to adopt and embrace new technologies to enable their customers to deliver seamless, personalized, digital-first experiences. Hence, it is imperative for ISVs to modernize their product and platforms and help...

The post Product Modernization to Marketplace and Beyond appeared first on Xoriant Blog.

 
Mar
19
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Understanding lifecycle management complexity of datacenter topologies Zhang et al., NSDI’19 There has been plenty of interesting research on network topologies for datacenters, with Clos-like tree topologies and Expander based graph topologies both shown to scale using widely deployed hardware. This research tends to focus on performance properties such as throughput and latency, together with […]
 
Mar
19
2019
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

Join GridGain's VP of product management, Denis Magda (who is also VP of the Apache® Ignite™ PMC), for his live webinar on March 20 and learn the how to use Node.js with Ignite.

 
Mar
19
2019
Posted by IBM distributed deep learning blog

Business continuity is a top priority for every enterprise. And, at the foundation, it’s all about having a solid plan in place to deal with disruptions and potential threats. If you’re an IT planner, you know that data protection and disaster recovery (DR) — the aspects of business continuity that are most relevant to IT […]

The post Automate disaster recovery using IBM VM Recovery Manager appeared first on IBM IT Infrastructure Blog.

 
Mar
18
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

At Intel’s Architecture Day event in December of 2018, Intel outlined a strategic shift for the company’s design and engineering model that enables a significantly accelerated pace of innovation and leadership. For the last 50 years, Intel has driven leadership in two key areas of the semiconductor industry: process and architecture. As the industry and ...continue reading Think Exponential: Intel’s Xe Architecture

The post Think Exponential: Intel’s Xe Architecture appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Mar
18
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Today is an exciting day for the future of science and the tech industry. Our announcement today that Intel will deliver the U.S.’ first exascale supercomputer for the Department of Energy is a key moment in the evolution of the industry and a testament of our commitment to deliver leading-edge technologies in partnership with government ...continue reading The Exascale Opportunity

The post The Exascale Opportunity appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Mar
18
2019
Posted by IBM distributed deep learning blog

Think 2019 is in the history books, and we’re left with a lot to reflect on. For the better part of a week, attendees heard from industry experts, IBM clients and our Business Partners. While we saw a lot of rain, that didn’t hold back Thinkers from networking, finding inspiration in future technology, taking a […]

The post IBM Systems influencer highlights from Think 2019 appeared first on IBM IT Infrastructure Blog.

 
Mar
18
2019
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

The CP Subsystem of Hazelcast IDMG 3.12 offers a new linearizable implementation of Hazelcast’s concurrency APIs on top of the Raft consensus algorithm. These implementations live alongside AP data structures in the same Hazelcast IMDG cluster (new BFFs, yay!). You can store large data sets on hundreds of Hazelcast members and coordinate your operations using […]

The post Riding the CP Subsystem appeared first on Hazelcast.

 
Mar
17
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Datacenter RPCs can be general and fast Kalia et al., NSDI’19 We’ve seen a lot of exciting work exploiting combinations of RDMA, FPGAs, and programmable network switches in the quest for high performance distributed systems. I’m as guilty as anyone for getting excited about all of that. The wonderful thing about today’s paper, for which […]