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Nov
17
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Formal foundations of serverless computing Jangda et al., OOPSLA’19 Jangda et al. won a distinguished paper award at OOPSLA this year for their work on ‘Formal foundations of serverless computing.’ Central to the paper is their observation that the serverless execution environment has a number of unique properties (such as warm starting / reuse of … Continue reading Formal foundations of serverless computing
 
Nov
15
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

How does a major technology services company equip itself to compete in the digital age – and provide services so outstanding that they can significantly advance the business prospects of their customers? All while reducing complexity, cutting costs, and tightening SLAs – in some cases, by 10x or more? For one such company, the solution is to deliver real-time, operational analytics with Kafka and MemSQL. In this company, data flowed through several data stores, and from a relational, SQL database, into NoSQL data stores for batch query processing, and back into SQL for BI, apps, and ad hoc queries. Now, …

The post Case Study: Moving to Kafka and AI at a Major Technology Services Company appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Nov
14
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Taiji: managing global user traffic for large-scale internet services at the edge Xu et al., SOSP’19 It’s another networking paper to close out the week (and our coverage of SOSP’19), but whereas [Snap][Snap] looked at traffic routing within the datacenter, Taiji is concerned with routing traffic from the edge to a datacenter. It’s been in … Continue reading Taiji: managing global user traffic for large-scale Internet services at the edge
 
Nov
13
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Running a marathon in under two hours requires shoes engineered for the task. AI is no different.  Growth of data is exponential. In five years, humans & machines will produce 10x more than we did this year. And more than 70% will be created at the Edge. Only half will move to public clouds—the rest ...continue reading The Cutting Edge of AI… Everything Matters!

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Nov
12
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Scaling symbolic evaluation for automated verification of systems code with Serval Nelson et al., SOSP’19 Serval is a framework for developing automated verifiers of systems software. It makes an interesting juxtaposition to the approach Google took with Snap that we looked at last time out. I’m sure that Google engineers do indeed take extreme care … Continue reading Scaling symbolic evaluation for automated verification of systems code with Serval
 
Nov
12
2019
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

Hazelcast Jet 3.2 introduces stateful map, filter, and flatmap operations, which are very strong primitives. In this blog, I am going to show you how to use stateful filter for detecting and removing duplicate elements in a stream. Why Deduplication? Deduplication is often used to achieve idempotency or effectively-once delivery semantics in messaging systems. Imagine […]

The post Stream Deduplication with Hazelcast Jet appeared first on Hazelcast.

 
Nov
10
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Snap: a microkernel approach to host networking Marty et al., SOSP’19 This paper describes the networking stack, Snap, that has been running in production at Google for the last three years+. It’s been clear for a while that software designed explicitly for the data center environment will increasingly want/need to make different design trade-offs to … Continue reading Snap: a microkernel approach to host networking
 
Nov
10
2019
Posted by ScaleOut Software Blog

ScaleOut’s founder and CEO, Dr. William Bain, will give a talk on real-time digital twins at the upcoming In-Memory Computing Summit on Nov 13-14 at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport. This talk will explain how in-memory computing enables an exciting new software technology, called “real-time digital twins,” to perform streaming analytics at scale. This […]

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Nov
10
2019
Posted by The ScaleOut Software Blog

ScaleOut’s founder and CEO, Dr. William Bain, will give a talk on real-time digital twins at the upcoming In-Memory Computing Summit on Nov 13-14 at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport. This talk will explain how in-memory computing enables an exciting new software technology, called “real-time digital twins,” to perform streaming analytics at scale. This […]

The post Upcoming Talk on Real-Time Digital Twins at the In-Memory Computing Summit appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Nov
08
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

On Tuesday, November 12th, MemSQL will be presenting a workshop at AWS Partner Developer Day. (Click here to join.) The workshop will be held at the AWS office at 350 West Broadway in New York City. The workshop will be focused on teaching customers how to enable real-time, data-driven insights. In the workshop, Amazon Sagemaker, the AWS managed service for deploying machine learning models quickly, will be shown working with MemSQL, a highly performant, cloud-native database. MemSQL supports streaming data analytics and the ability to run operational analytics workloads on current data, blended in real time with historical data, not …

The post Leveraging AWS Sagemaker and MemSQL for Real-Time Streaming Analytics appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Nov
07
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
The inflection point hypothesis: a principled debugging approach for locating the root cause of a failure Zhang et al., SOSP’19 It’s been a while since we looked a debugging and troubleshooting on The Morning Paper (here’s a sample of earlier posts on the topic). Today’s paper introduces a root cause of failure detector for those … Continue reading The inflection point hypothesis: a principled approach to finding the root cause of a failure
 
Nov
07
2019
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

In keeping with our commitment to more regular and frequent releases, GridGain Web Console 2019.11.00 is now available for download from GridGain Downloads and DockerHub. This release includes improvements for deploying Web Console on RedHat OpenShift, updates to the hosted Web Console, and bug fixes.

 

 
Nov
07
2019
Posted by ODBMS.org
“I think Redis is entering a new stage where there are a number of persons that now actively daily contribute to the open source. It’s not just “mostly myself”, and that’s great.” –Salvatore Sanfilippo I have interviewed Salvatore Sanfilippo, the original developer of Redis. Redis is an open source in-memory database that persists on disk. RVZ Q1.What is new […]
 
Nov
06
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Every four years the world’s top athletes compete for gold in the most important sports competition in the world. While the race to the finish might only last a few seconds, minutes or hours, it’s the weeks and months of training before the athletes board the flight for Tokyo that leads to a finish atop ...continue reading Train to Win Corporate Gold

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Nov
05
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
File systems unfit as distributed storage backends: lessons from 10 years of Ceph evolution Aghayev et al., SOSP’19 Ten years of hard-won lessons packed into just 17 pages (13 if you don’t count the references!) makes this paper extremely good value for your time. It’s also a fabulous example of recognising and challenging implicit assumptions. … Continue reading File systems unfit as distributed storage backends: lessons from ten years of Ceph evolution