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Jan
17
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Towards a hands-free query optimizer through deep learning Marcus & Papaemmanouil, CIDR’19 Where the SageDB paper stopped— at the exploration of learned models to assist in query optimisation— today’s paper choice picks up, looking exclusively at the potential to apply learning (in this case deep reinforcement learning) to build a better optimiser. Why reinforcement learning? […]
 
Jan
17
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

At NABShow 2017, I had the pleasure of announcing the launch of the Intel Science and Technology Center for Visual Cloud Systems (VCS ISTC) with Carnegie Mellon University computer science professor Dave Andersen. In the last year and a half, much progress has been made in the center and I’ll highlight the work of this ...continue reading Scaling the Big Video Data Mountain

The post Scaling the Big Video Data Mountain appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Jan
17
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

The journey to transform your data center to a modern autonomous data center can be a reality. What is a modern autonomous data center? Well, it’s taking the latest hardware from compute, storage, memory, network, and accelerators, and combining it with software automation for management and infrastructure efficiency. While this sounds exciting, there are fundamentals ...continue reading Intel’s Working Hard to Enable Your Data Center Transformation

The post Intel’s Working Hard to Enable Your Data Center Transformation appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Jan
17
2019
Posted by The VoltDB In-Memory Database Blog

The post Preventing Telecom Fraud in the 5G Era appeared first on VoltDB.

 
Jan
17
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

In this webinar, MemSQL Product Manager Jacky Liang took a live audience through the process of building an analytics app in just a few minutes. You can view the webinar and download the slides here. In just a few minutes in the middle of the webinar, Jacky created a free MemSQL account; installed memSQL on AWS; loaded in some data; and created a dashboard using Looker, a popular analytics tool. Jacky also explained some MemSQL basics and gave a quick overview of MemSQL’s architecture. MemSQL Now Free to Use It’s already widely known that MemSQL is a highly capable database. …

The post Building an Analytics App with MemSQL – Webinar appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Jan
17
2019
Posted by IBM Research Blog
To encourage more teachers and students to take advantage of the IBM Q Experience and the IBM Qiskit development platform, we announced in January 2018 a number of challenges and prizes to inspire people to take the quantum leap. Today, we’re happy to announce the winners of the fourth IBM Q Award: the IBM Q […]
 
Jan
17
2019
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

Streaming microservices. Sounds pretty cool, right? And like a lot of new technologies, it actually is, and it can have a huge effect on how your business operates. Before we get into the importance of streaming microservices, let’s make sure…

The post How Streaming Microservices Can Advance Your Entire IT Environment appeared first on Hazelcast Blog.

 
Jan
16
2019
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
  Mid-way between hiring a financial advisor and do-it-yourself investing are robo-advisors. These user-friendly, automatic and algorithmic investing platforms are increasing in popularity. Some top robo-advisors in the fin-tech landscape to fit your needs. https://www.consumersadvocate.org/robo-advisors/a/best-robo-advisors Betterment   website  www.betterment.com —  Our online financial advisor is right for every type of investor. Acorns  website www.acorns.com — SoFi  [...]
 
Jan
16
2019
Posted by IBM distributed deep learning blog

Whether you’re looking to explore cutting-edge technologies, connect with experts or add technical credentials to your resume, plan on experiencing many exciting offerings at Think 2019. This flagship technology conference—February 12 – 15, 2019, in San Francisco—features a Cloud and Infrastructure Campus hosting over 200 sessions, interactive demos and hands-on labs that span the full […]

The post Explore the IBM infrastructure portfolio at Think 2019 appeared first on IBM IT Infrastructure Blog.

 
Jan
16
2019
Posted by ODBMS.org
“N1QL for Analytics is the first commercial implementation of SQL++.” –Mike Carey I have interviewed Michael Carey, Bren Professor of Information and Computer Sciences and Distinguished Professor of Computer Science at UC Irvine, where he leads the AsterixDB project, as well as a Consulting Architect at Couchbase. We talked about SQL++, the AsterixDB project, and the Couchbase […]
 
Jan
15
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
SageDB: a learned database system Kraska et al., CIDR’19 About this time last year, a paper entitled ‘The case for learned index structures’ (part I, part II) generated a lot of excitement and debate. Today’s paper choice builds on that foundation, putting forward a vision where learned models pervade every aspect of a database system. […]
 
Jan
15
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

We recently ported the 30,000 lines of JavaScript code in MemSQL Studio from Flow to TypeScript. In this article, I describe why we ported our codebase, how we carried out the process, and how it has been working out for us. I’d like to start by saying that my goal with this blog post is not to condemn Flow or usage of Flow. I highly admire the project, and I think that there is enough space in the JavaScript community for both type checkers. At the end of the day, each team should study all their options and pick what’s …

The post Porting 30K Lines of Code from Flow to TypeScript appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Jan
15
2019
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

Hazelcast has been delivering the power of in-memory technology in a way that is easy to develop, deploy, and scale. In line with that overarching theme, we are happy to announce the release of a new online self-paced learning site,…

The post Introducing the Hazelcast Training Center appeared first on Hazelcast Blog.

 
Jan
15
2019
Posted by IBM Research Blog
The last time you looked up a name on LinkedIn, booked an apartment through Airbnb or searched for a hashtag on Twitter, did you notice that as you typed, the websites were already suggesting answers? This is possible because they use what is known as memcache. Memcache speeds up dynamic databases used by websites such […]