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Apr
20
2018
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Intel IT has been working toward a true hybrid cloud environment for a number of years. Our goal is to seamlessly and transparently land workloads in the appropriate cloud environment (based on business and application needs), whether that is in our on-premises private enterprise cloud or a public cloud. Application developers shouldn’t have to worry ...continue reading Database as a Service Is a Key Hybrid Cloud Enabler

The post Database as a Service Is a Key Hybrid Cloud Enabler appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Apr
20
2018
Posted by IBM Research Blog
More than 600 million people in sub-Saharan Africa live off the energy grid and 80 percent of Africa is un-electrified, according to the South African National Energy Development Institute (SANEDI). Similar to how Africa has leapt over telephone lines directly to mobile phones and are jumping over physical money to digital, the continent also has […]
 
Apr
19
2018
Posted by The Morning Paper
The architectural implications of autonomous driving: constraints and acceleration Lin et al., ASPLOS’18 Today’s paper is another example of complementing CPUs with GPUs, FPGAs, and ASICs in order to build a system with the desired performance. In this instance, the challenge is to build an autonomous self-driving car! Architecting autonomous driving systems is particularly challenging … … Continue reading
 
Apr
19
2018
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

Next week will once again be a busy one for our experts. Some will be traveling to New York City for a meetup, others to Paris for a conference -- and still others who will be online for a live webinar.

 
Apr
19
2018
Posted by Oracle Database In-Memory Blog

In-Memory Dynamic Scans (IMDS) is a new feature in Oracle Database 18c that allows parallelizing In-Memory table scans without having to use Parallel Query. IMDS is able to parallelize In-Memory table scans using lightweight threads. The feature is used in conjunction with the Resource Manager. This is required because Resource Manager is what determines how many threads will be used based on CPU count and the current load on the system. One of the big advantages of IMDS is that communication between the threads only occurs within the invoking process so there is no external contention.

When talking about In-Memory Expressions and Join Groups I usually refer to them as the high-performance features of Database In-Memory. IMDS has…

 
Apr
19
2018
Posted by SQL Server Blog
This post is authored by John ‘JG’ Chirapurath, General Manager, Azure Data. Since SQL Server 2017 on Linux was made generally available on October 2, 2017, we have seen tremendous growth in adoption. We’ve had ~ 5 million Docker pulls for SQL Server 2017 on Linux and are seeing strong affinity with our customers who... Read more
 
Apr
19
2018
Posted by IBM distributed deep learning blog

The market is abuzz with the latest IBM Z and LinuxONE announcements.  The new single frame 19-inch z14 and LinuxONE are here, with air flow, storage and system integrated into a standard rack. That means the ability to process over 850 million fully encrypted transactions in a single system that takes up the space of […]

The post The latest on IBM Z and LinuxONE: Learn more at IBM TechU appeared first on IBM IT Infrastructure Blog.

 
Apr
19
2018
Posted by IBM distributed deep learning blog

In today’s vastly interconnected world, the places for lone islands of business to prosper are few and far between. Organizations are built on trade, and market leaders collaborate for new opportunity, innovation and competitive advantage. Over 70 percent of CxOs are seeking to increase their partnerships, and in this digital marketplace, application programming interfaces (APIs) […]

The post Accelerating value in the API economy with mainframe appeared first on IBM IT Infrastructure Blog.

 
Apr
19
2018
Posted by IBM Research Blog
In today’s interconnected world, an incredible amount of data is being sensed, uploaded and stored for analysis. While the resulting enormous data sets are a valuable engine of innovation, they also present new challenges to data analysis for researchers and businesses. It is critical that data privacy is maintained and that a framework is in place to […]
 
Apr
18
2018
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

Part I: Intro Hazelcast Jet supports writing into a number of 3rd party systems, including HDFS, Apache Kafka and others. But what if you want to write into your own system which is not supported by Jet out-of-the-box? Starting with…

The post Hazelcast Jet Tutorial: Building Custom JDBC Sinks appeared first on Hazelcast Blog.

 
Apr
18
2018
Posted by The Morning Paper
Darwin: a genomics co-processor provides up to 15,000x acceleration on long read assembly Turakhia et al., ASPLOS’18 With the slow demise of Moore’s law, hardware accelerators are needed to meet the rapidly growing computational requirements of X. For this paper, X = genomics, and genomic data is certainly growing fast: doubling every 7 months and […]
 
Apr
18
2018
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Some manufacturers may find the journey to predictive analytics with machine learning a daunting initiative. The task of collecting, storing, and analyzing huge volumes of disparate data in a consistent, repeatable manner can overshadow the benefits of improved product quality, improved yield, and reduced maintenance costs. But with today’s advances in machine learning algorithms and ...continue reading Machine Learning in Manufacturing: Collect, Contextualize, and Predict

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Apr
18
2018
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Cloud computing is in an interesting stage of development—we know what it is and what it does, and the benefits are clear, but figuring out which cloud model is the best fit can seem daunting. In a recent blog, I proposed that public clouds, while revolutionizing the way IT organizations deploy infrastructure and deliver services, ...continue reading Increase IT Agility with Right Workload and Right Place

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Apr
18
2018
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Technology is causing a transformation of the media and entertainment industry.  Never before has video been so large and so lifelike.  Higher resolution imaging standards are evolving from HD to 4K/UHD to 6K/8K.       And the growth of VR content – with its inches-from-eyeball resolutions – drives resolutions even higher.  Technology also is forcing faster production ...continue reading Next Generation Storage for Video Post-Production and Content Creation Workflows

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Apr
18
2018
Posted by Redis Labs Tech Blog

Redis is a simple, yet powerful in-memory database platform with use cases ranging from session management, queues and pub/sub to general-purpose cache. With its persistence and in-memory replication capabilities, Redis Enterprise is also used as a primary datastore. As a freelancer, I frequently use Redis to overcome unique problems. In one project, our use case... Read more »

The post Redis to Manage Storage Replication appeared first on Redis Labs.