In-Memory Computing Planet Blogs and Events
The IT landscape is evolving at a fast pace. Organizations continue to digitally transform to better serve the demands of their customers and differentiate themselves from their competitors. Many of these businesses have a mainframe as an essential asset at the heart of their digital transformation, and to drive the business. IBM Z mainframe strengths […]
The post Open source project Zowe: Fast, simple, familiar z/OS development appeared first on IBM IT Infrastructure Blog.
When right whales started dying in the North Atlantic Ocean, researchers turned to IBM and AI to determine why. Using the deep learning platform called DeepSense, researchers are able to take advantage of rapidly evolving deep learning tools, frameworks and other software technologies to identify conservation strategies for right whales, which have been classified as […]
Streaming analytics has emerged from being a domain-specific capability to having broad appeal across a range of industries and an increasingly diverse set of scenarios. Each use case benefits from the ability to derive real-time insights from large pools of data, leveraging the advances in sensors and smart devices, gateway technologies, in-memory storage, and new ...continue reading Real-time Analytics Use Cases
Abstract Xoriant recently contributed to an Open Source community project – Apache Arrow. Xoriant team developed a feature called JDBC Adapter. This new feature is now available as a part of the latest 0.10.0 release of Apache Arrow. This blog will talk about...
The post Xoriant Open Source Contribution to Apache Arrow – JDBC Adapter appeared first on Xoriant Blog.
Today, IBM Storage is announcing many new innovations across the portfolio focused on enabling and supporting simple and automated management, data movement and the placement of data across clouds and on premises. This demonstrates IBM’s continuing focus on what we’ve found matters most to our customers and Business Partners: eliminating silos, breaking down barriers, and […]
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Earlier this year, we introduced a Helm Chart for the Redis Enterprise Kubernetes release. The Redis Enterprise release deploys and maintains resources needed to run a Redis Enterprise cluster within a Kubernetes cluster. In the earlier release we wrote our own service manager that publishes Redis database endpoints in the Kubernetes service catalog. Initially, we... Read more »
For three years running we’ve hosted Redis Day Tel Aviv, an opportunity for the developer community to take the stage and share their stories about using Redis. This year we’re expanding Redis Day to include Redis Day London. Our lineup for Redis Day London includes a number of great speakers from the community— both end... Read more »
In this two-part series, we will look at how Apache® Ignite™ and Apache® Spark™ can be used together.
Let's briefly recap what we covered in the first article.
Ignite is a memory-centric distributed database, caching, and processing platform. It is designed for transactional, analytical, and streaming workloads, delivering in-memory performance at scale.