I’m really looking forward to next week’s webinar; essentially a getting-started in-memory computing primer for software architects and developers. The free one-hour event happens next Tuesday (Nov. 21) starting at 11 a.m. Pacific (2 p.m. Eastern).
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In today’s increasingly complex, data rich world, companies are beginning to see the cracks in single modal IT architectures. Whether it be the inability to handle and adapt to complex data types, or the lack of stability in a platform’s performance, large companies have begun pivoting to bimodal architectures for efficiency and consistency. And what’s at the core of those bimodal architectures? SAP HANA.
SAP HANA has always been a powerful tool for Mode 1 (operational systems) landscapes, whether it be for maximized end-to-end supply chains, or traditional transactional modeling on existing operational systems. These systems might be renewed, rejuvenated, or refreshed, but SAP HANA remains at the core because of its tested reliability.
For innovation systems in Mode 2 (systems…
From November 7th to the 9th SAP participated in the ASUG EIM 2017 conference in Schaumburg, Illinois for a spectacular data driven experience. With over 20 different sessions, 4 keynote speakers and over 300 attendee’s there was much to see at ASUG EIM this year.
For those interested in learning more about the SAP Cloud Platform and how best to incorporate SAP’s Platform-as-a-Service into your organization’s cloud platform needs, you will have a great opportunity to do so at the upcoming SAP Cloud Platform Seminar in Las Vegas (Nov 29-Dec1)
While enjoying the finer things Vegas can offer you, you can also join us at this new event to gain a deeper understanding of the SAP Cloud Platform. You will learn more about the various cloud services that make of the SAP Cloud Platform as well as practical tips on implementation strategies, key use cases and clear instructions on how to get…
Since SAP was founded in 1972, there has been one key ingredient at the heart of our success: the developers. Because it is not only that the best run businesses run SAP, but that the best developers build on SAP. We believe openness is a fundamental requirement to attract and engage with developers – inside and outside of SAP. It is openness that makes our software even richer and more powerful, and open source frameworks play a crucial role in accelerating innovation, something that is crucial in the digital economy.
The days of separate open source and proprietary software are now firmly in the past. In modern enterprise environments, commercial enterprise applications and open source software are combined. SAP has been a supporter of open source software for many years, actively supporting open…
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I’m excited to announce that SAP continues to receive market leadership recognition for SAP HANA.
In our latest news, Gartner, for the 5th consecutive year, positioned SAP as a “leader” in its Magic Quadrant for Operational Database Management Systems (OPDMS). In the report, Gartner identified SAP as a Leader for its “ability to execute” and “completeness of vision.”
It’s also been a good year for continued progress in product…
Last week at Devoxx Belgium 2017, The Glue's Sven Beauprez demonstrated how to combine Apache® Ignite™ with Docker to build an event-driven microservices platform -- one that is dynamically reconfigurable with zero downtime.
Dynamic routing between capsules Sabour et al., NIPS’17
The Morning Paper isn’t trying to be a ‘breaking news’ site (there are plenty of those already!) — we covered a paper from 1950 last month for example! That said, when exciting research news breaks, of course I’m interested to read up on it. So The Morning Paper tends to be a little late to the party, but in compensation I hope to cover the material in a little more depth than the popular press. Recently there’s been some big excitement around Geoff Hinton’s work on capsules (and let’s not forget the co-authors, Sabour & Frosst), AlphaZero playing Go against itself, and Scharwtz-Ziv & Tishby’s information bottleneck theory of deep neural networks. This week I’ll be doing my best to understand those papers, and share with you what I can.
There are two capsule-related papers from Hinton. The first of them is from NIPS’17, and it’s today’s paper choice: ‘…
Striim is pleased to Sponsor Data Architecture Summit at the Hyatt Chicago Magnificent Mile, November 13-16. This conference covers the most important issues and technologies enabling the design and management of a modern Data Architecture.
This year’s program includes in-depth tutorials on the critical aspects of Modern Data Architecture. Striim CTO, Steve Wilkes, will have 2 presentations:
Taking Financial Services Operations to the Next Level
Tue, Nov, 14
12:20 PM – 12:50 PM
Why Streaming Analytics and Machine Learning Are Essential for Cybersecurity, IoT, and More
Business Intelligence and Analytics Track
Tue, Nov, 14
02:00 PM – 02:50 PM
The first presentation, “Taking Financial Services Operations to the Next Level,” will discuss several real-world case…
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) aims to protect all EU citizens from privacy and data breaches and will reshape the way organizations across the globe approach data privacy. As of May 2018, these regulations will be directly applicable in all EU and European Economic Area (EEA) member states.
While GDPR does not introduce many substantially new concepts, it does increase the compliance requirements on controllers (someone who determines the purposes and means of processing personal data) and on processors (someone who processes personal data on behalf of the controller).
Organizations found in breach of the regulation can expect fines of up to 4% of annual global turnover or €20 million – whichever is greater. Fines of this scale could very easily lead to insolvency, and thus it is no surprise that GDPR is one of the issues keeping executives up at night. In today’s data-driven economy, the question on many people’s minds is how to use business data…
As an antidote to callback-hell, ECMAScript 6 introduces Promises. Promises represent the value of an asynchronous computation, and the functions
reject are used to settle the promise. Promises can be chained using
This paper introduces the notion of a promise graph, which can be used to visualise the flow in a promises-based program and help to detect a range of…
As we come to the last stage of our 4 blog journey, we will focus on Swagger to test the Rest APIs.
Swagger UI is an open source tool which generates a web page. This web page documents the Restful APIs generated by Swagger specification. This UI presentation of APIs is user friendly, easy to understand with all the complexity of business logic kept behind the screen. This is a great tool for developers, testers and end consumers, to understand the end points. It also allows you to manually test these APIs from this web page. Please see below the sample screenshot of how the UI looks.
The Swagger UI is automatically generated from any API…
Type test scripts for TypeScript testing Kristensen et al., OOPLSA’17
Today’s edition of The Morning Paper comes with a free tongue-twister; ‘type test scripts for TypeScript testing!’
These declaration files are… written and maintained manually, which leads to many errors. The TypeScript type checker blindly trusts the declaration files, without any static or dynamic checking of the library code.
So it would be great if there was a way of running automated tests to verify that the TypeScript declaration files actually match the…
Recently, I've started seeing the names GridGain and Apache® Ignite™ popping up on the Internet more and more frequently.
With the In-Memory Computing Summit North America 2017 in the rearview mirror, let's take a look back at this two-day conference that explored the latest