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May
25
2018
Posted by IBM Research Blog
One could describe a pirate as a sailor with a missing eye, or a tripod could be thought of as a table with a missing leg. Descriptions like these, based on what is missing, are called contrastive explanations. Such explanations are a requirement for doctors when evaluating patients. Just saying that the heart beat was […]
 
May
25
2018
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

As everyone makes their Memorial Day weekend plans here in the United States, I’m already looking ahead to next Wednesday’s

 
May
24
2018
Posted by The Morning Paper
Unsupervised anomaly detection via variational auto-encoder for seasonal KPIs in web applications Xu et al., WWW’18 (If you don’t have ACM Digital Library access, the paper can be accessed either by following the link above directly from The Morning Paper blog site, or from the WWW 2018 proceedings page). Today’s paper examines the problem of […]
 
May
24
2018
Posted by Kinetica in Motion

To recap, the U.S. CLOUD Act opens up U.S. warrants to data stored anywhere in the world (in past years, it was common to use cloud “endpoints” in specific countries not just for data locality but also for regulatory protection.)

 
May
24
2018
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

The GridGain in-memory computing platform has always been famous for its ability to be deployed and managed in heterogeneous environments. It doesn’t matter if you’d like GridGain to work on-premise or to operate in the cloud; to scale out across commodity servers or scale up within powerful mainframes. And if need to get GridGain provisioned by Kubernetes or Docker Swarm  -- you get that, too.

 
May
24
2018
Posted by The Ripple Effect

Failures

Computers fail. We wish it weren’t so, but it is. Personal computers fail more often than we would like. Maybe it’s because of a hardware failure (e.g. “I dropped my laptop”, or “the dog chewed on my iPhone”) or a component failure, like a memory or battery failure.

 
May
24
2018
Posted by IBM distributed deep learning blog

Customers repeatedly tell us that scaling storage capacity within tight budgets is a growing challenge, especially as data continues to grow exponentially in nearly every industry. But, until now, scaling your storage capacity without paying a fortune has been extremely hard. Why? Driving blind with data: Data is often trapped in different NAS storage silos.  […]

The post Scale your NAS capacity without friction – IBM Cloud Object Storage and Komprise appeared first on IBM IT Infrastructure Blog.

 
May
23
2018
Posted by The Morning Paper
Algorithmic glass ceiling in social networks: the effects of social recommendations on network diversity Stoica et al., WWW’18 (If you don’t have ACM Digital Library access, the paper can be accessed either by following the link above directly from The Morning Paper blog site, or from the WWW 2018 proceedings page). Social networks were meant […]
 
May
23
2018
Posted by The ScaleOut Software Blog

As we saw in a previous blog, the digital twin model popularized by Gartner provides a conceptual breakthrough for stateful stream-processing and opens the door to a new way of analyzing event streams. Whether the application is in IoT, financial services, logistics, medical systems, or mobile apps, this model offers a new technique enabling deeper […]

The post The Power of an In-Memory Data Grid for Hosting Digital Twin Models appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
May
23
2018
Posted by ScaleOut Software Blog

As we saw in a previous blog, the digital twin model popularized by Gartner provides a conceptual breakthrough for stateful stream-processing and opens the door to a new way of analyzing event streams. Whether the application is in IoT, financial services, logistics, medical systems, or mobile apps, this model offers a new technique enabling deeper […]

The post The Power of an In-Memory Data Grid for Hosting Digital Twin Models appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
May
23
2018
Posted by Redis Labs Tech Blog

Over 1,200 Redis enthusiasts took over Pier 27 on the San Francisco waterfront for three days of training, talks and fun at RedisConf18.  The theme of this year’s conference was “Everywhere” and with over 60 breakout sessions across six concurrent tracks, Redis really was everywhere. This year RedisConf moved to the beautiful Pier 27 with... Read more »

The post RedisConf18 in Review appeared first on Redis Labs.

 
May
23
2018
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

In the first part of the Deploying Hazelcast Jet series, we walk through how to install and deploy Hazelcast Jet on a bare metal machine which leverages a lot of manual steps. Today, we’ll take one more step towards a…

The post How to Deploy Hazelcast Jet – Part II on Docker with Docker Compose appeared first on Hazelcast Blog.

 
May
23
2018
Posted by SAP HANA Blog

With so much focus and talk around the SAP Cloud Platform (SCP) the last couple of years, savvy SAP customers want to know more. How is SCP different? What sets...

The post Discover Why SAP Cloud Platform Stands Out From the Pack appeared first on SAP HANA.