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Oct
01
2019
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

Transaction processing in today’s global payments networks is what essentially powers the global economy. The framework for transaction processing has expanded and morphed considerably over the past few years as consumers have started using their mobile devices to execute payments. Meanwhile, non-traditional deep-pocketed players like Google and Apple have entered the system with competitive alternatives, […]

The post High-Speed Transaction Processing with No Compromise on Fraud Detection appeared first on Hazelcast.

 
Sep
30
2019
Posted by ODBMS.org
“Corporations can have the best technology, the best digital infrastructure, but if they cannot excite people to work with it and to see it not only as a tool, but a vehicle for innovation and development that can massively empower the greater vision of the company they are part of, technology will only reach half […]
 
Sep
30
2019
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

The Spark SQL engine provides structured streaming data processing. The benefit here is that users can implement scalable and fault-tolerant data stream processing between the initial data source and final data sync. You can read more about it here. Apache Ignite provides the Ignite SQL engine, which includes advanced indexing and strong processing APIs for computing on distributed data. In other words, Apache Ignite can be used as an accelerator for data processing.

 
Sep
29
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Small world with high risks: a study of security threats in the npm ecosystem Zimmermann et al., USENIX Security Symposium 2019 This is a fascinating study of the npm ecosystem, looking at the graph of maintainers and packages and its evolution over time. It’s packed with some great data, and also helps us quantify something … Continue reading Small world with high risks: a study of security threats in the npm ecosystem
 
Sep
26
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Wireless attacks on aircraft instrument landing systems Sathaye et al., USENIX Security Symposium 2019 It’s been a while since we last looked at security attacks against connected real-world entities (e.g., industrial machinery, light-bulbs, and cars). Today’s paper is a good reminder of just how important it is becoming to consider cyber threat models in what … Continue reading Wireless attacks on aircraft instrument landing systems
 
Sep
26
2019
Posted by Kinetica in Motion

We had a great time at Oracle OpenWorld last week and really enjoyed sharing the power of active analytics with everyone who stopped by our booth or came to our sessions!

With so much buzz around the event, we wanted …

 
Sep
26
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Culture makes a good company, great. To achieve greatness, we have to be willing to admit “we’re all a little dysfunctional” if we’re going to take our team to the next level. The word “dysfunction” can have a negative connotation. In fact, many people start to get very uncomfortable at the mere mention that something ...continue reading We’re all a little dysfunctional, but there’s something we can do about it…

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Sep
25
2019
Posted by Kinetica in Motion

This blog was originally published on the Oracle for Startups blog .

Guest Author: Amy Sorrells, Global Communications, Oracle Global Startup Ecosystem

You might not know the name Kinetica today. But their executives believe in the near future the name …

 
Sep
25
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

If you’ve been following Intel IT’s data center strategy journey, which began in April 2010, you know that every few years we publish an update to our white paper, “Data Center Strategy Leading Intel’s Business Transformation.” These updates track the extraordinary business value (USD 2.8 billion in savings so far!) that can result from running ...continue reading Intel’s Data Center Strategy Leads to USD 2.8 Billion in Savings

The post Intel’s Data Center Strategy Leads to USD 2.8 Billion in Savings appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Sep
25
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

If you look at the top trends in technology, things like autonomous vehicles, blockchain, edge deployment, natural language processing, and virtual reality, they all need analytics and artificial intelligence (AI). As society generates an unprecedented amount of data, there is an opportunity to make systems more efficient and create entirely new, immersive services. The challenge ...continue reading How to Become a Data-First Enterprise

The post How to Become a Data-First Enterprise appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Sep
24
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
50 ways to leak your data: an exploration of apps’ circumvention of the Android permissions system Reardon et al., USENIX Security Symposium 2019 The problem is all inside your app, she said to me / The answer is easy if you take it logically / I’d like to help data in its struggle to be … Continue reading 50 ways to leak your data: an exploration of apps’ circumvention of the Android permissions system
 
Sep
24
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

At this year’s SNIA Storage Developer Conference, Intel is unveiling the storage networking technologies in our new Intel® Ethernet 800 Series silicon and network adapters. First announced in April of this year, the Intel Ethernet 800 Series features speeds up to 100GbE and many new advanced, innovative capabilities. The Ethernet controller and four new Intel ...continue reading Choosing the Right NVMe over Fabrics Transport Protocol Option for Data Center Storage

The post Choosing the Right NVMe over Fabrics Transport Protocol Option for Data Center Storage appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Sep
24
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

“Without the right kind and the right amount of I/O between the components of a system, all of the impressive feeds and speeds of the individual components don’t amount to more than a pile of silicon and sheet metal.” -Nicole Hemsoth, The Next Platform. I couldn’t have said it better myself. Looking holistically at the ...continue reading A Broad View of Data Center Connectivity is Crucial to Long-Term Success

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Sep
24
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

For the next major milestone in the industry adoption of Application Devices Queues (ADQ), I’m excited to share news that Aerospike is the first commercial database to support the Intel® Ethernet 800 Series with ADQ technology in their 4.7 software release. First announced as a component of the Intel Ethernet 800 Series in April, ADQ ...continue reading Aerospike First Commercial Database to Support Application Device Queues for More Predictable Application Response Times

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Sep
24
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

Medaxion has found a solution to the analytics problems that plague companies across the health care sector and beyond. John Toups, CTO of Medaxion, puts it plainly. “By combining the ease of presentation and abstraction of Looker for analytics, with the technical prowess of MemSQL as the database behind Looker, we now have simply the best analytics in healthcare.” Medaxion has changed the working lives of anesthesiologists, its core customers. These highly skilled professionals must deliver absolutely critical medical care, day after day, while also meeting demanding business requirements. These men and women, who once generated a blizzard of paper …

The post Case Study: Medaxion Brings Real-Time Decision-Making to MedTech appeared first on MemSQL Blog.