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May
13
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

The analysis in this blog post and the associated benchmark testing was done by Prowess Consulting and commissioned by Intel. The end-of-life date for Windows 7 has come and gone, and you’ve successfully updated your organization’s PCs to Windows 10 before the deadline. The hardware itself might be getting a little old and creaky, but ...continue reading Older PCs Lack Crucial Advantages in Security, Performance, and Manageability

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May
13
2020
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

We are happy to present the new release of Hazelcast Jet 4.1. Here’s a quick overview of the new features. Extended gRPC Support We’ve applied the lessons learned from the Jet-Python integration and made it easier to integrate a Jet pipeline with gRPC services. The utility class GrpcServices introduces two new ServiceFactorys you can use with the mapUsingServiceAsync transform. Using this feature […]

The post Jet 4.1 is Released appeared first on Hazelcast.

 
May
12
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

As enterprise data centers continue to grow in complexity, IT managers need real-time monitoring and visibility into errors that threaten data center reliability. To address these issues, Intel is proud to announce a multi-platform collaboration with Splunk to help customers unlock the value of their data and accelerate decision-making across the data center with a ...continue reading Empowering Faster Decision-Making Across the Enterprise

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May
12
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

As a founding member of the Open Compute Project, Intel has played a key role in driving specifications and innovations together with the OCP community. With continued advancements in compute performance, heterogenous computing, and new and emerging workloads, including AI, innovation through network connectivity is essential. In 2019, Intel worked closely with the OCP NIC ...continue reading Connectivity Innovation in the Age of Open Compute

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May
12
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Nearly a decade ago, Facebook started the Open Compute Project (OCP) with Intel as a founding member to create an open hardware movement that met the challenges facing hyperscale data centers. Since then, Intel has driven more than 30 contributions and enablement of more than 100 products and partners across compute, network, and storage solutions ...continue reading Accelerating Solutions from Cloud to Edge Through Open Standards

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May
11
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

The following press release appeared on BusinessWire today, with the subhead: Non-Dilutive Financing Provides Tech Company with Added Fuel to Accelerate Growth. SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–MemSQL, the No-Limits Database for operational analytics and cloud-native applications, has signed a debt facility that provides up to $50 million of new capital. Hercules Capital (NYSE: HTGC), the largest non-bank venture debt provider with more than $2.4 billion in total assets, served as underwriter for the financing. “This is a strong vote of confidence for MemSQL’s future. Our FY20 financial performance concluded with an impressive 70% growth in annual recurring revenue (ARR), and with a …

The post MemSQL Fuels Growth with $50M Hercules Capital Partnership appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
May
07
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

True Digital Group is using MemSQL to power a contact tracing app, preventing the spread of COVID-19 in Thailand. The app uses React and Web Workers in the frontend, with MemSQL Pipelines and time series functions processing fast ingestion of events, and geospatial functions used to plot data on the map in real-time. The first functional version of the app was built in two weeks.   Our Global Lockdown Preventing the spread of the COVID-19 disease has been our collective priority in this pandemic. By avoiding non-essential, discretionary travel such as shopping trips and social gatherings, we keep ourselves safe and …

The post Case Study: True Digital Group Helps to Flatten the Curve with MemSQL appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
May
06
2020
Posted by ScaleOut Software Blog

The Challenge: Track Thousands of Data Sources Writing applications for streaming analytics can be complex and time consuming. Developers need to write code that extracts patterns out of an incoming telemetry stream and take appropriate action. In most cases, applications just export interesting patterns for visualization or offline analysis. Existing programming models make it too […]

The post Real-Time Digital Twins Simplify Development appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
May
06
2020
Posted by The ScaleOut Software Blog

The Challenge: Track Thousands of Data Sources Writing applications for streaming analytics can be complex and time consuming. Developers need to write code that extracts patterns out of an incoming telemetry stream and take appropriate action. In most cases, applications just export interesting patterns for visualization or offline analysis. Existing programming models make it too […]

The post Real-Time Digital Twins Simplify Development appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
May
05
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

MemSQL and Fiddler Labs are working together to offer the power of MemSQL to users of Fiddler’s toolset for explainable AI – and to offer Fiddler’s explainability tools to the many MemSQL customers who are already using, or moving to, operational AI. To this end, the two companies are offering new, efficient ways to connect MemSQL self-managed software, and the MemSQL Helios managed service in the cloud, to Fiddler’s toolset.  MemSQL is very well-suited to the demands of operationalizing AI – that is, powering machine learning models and AI applications as they’re put into production. MemSQL processes relational data, JSON …

The post Explainable Churn Analysis with MemSQL and Fiddler appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
May
04
2020
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

It takes 300 milliseconds to blink. In that time a car has entered an intersection, a manufacturing robot has missed its mark, a video camera image has lost its usefulness. The digital era has created the new potential to innovate the world around us. In the process, it has also shrunk the concept of response […]

The post Hazelcast Gets Edgy: Lowering Latency with IBM Edge Application Manager appeared first on Hazelcast.

 
May
04
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

This is the third blog post derived from the recent DZone webinar given by Rob Richardson, technical evangelist at MemSQL. (From the link, you can easily download the slides and stream the webinar.) Kubernetes was originally developed to manage containers running stateless workloads, such as computation-intensive processing tasks and web servers. It was then extended to allow you to manage stateful workloads, such as data tables and e-commerce sessions, but doing so is not easy. Rob is one of the relatively few people who have figured out how to do this well.  The webinar was well-attended, with a solid Q&A …

The post DZone-MemSQL Webinar 3 of 3: Kubernetes StatefulSets and Q&A appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
May
02
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

A major oil and gas company works in a volatile market, where IoT data floods in at the rate of gigabytes per second – and where up-to-date financial projections, generated by a .NET application, serve as a major competitive advantage. After considering MongoDB and Oracle Exadata, they replaced two NoSQL databases at the core of their analytics architecture  – MapR and ElasticSearch – with MemSQL. After a fast implementation, they now run financial forecasts multiple times a day, with much greater performance, with many fewer servers, and at much lower cost than with competitors. The company now also uses MemSQL …

The post MemSQL Improves Financial Operations for a Major Oil and Gas Company appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Apr
29
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

We have exciting news: MemSQL is now certified and available through Red Hat Marketplace. This open cloud marketplace makes it easier for developers to discover and access certified software for container-based environments, across all clouds and on-premises. Through Red Hat Marketplace, customers can take advantage of responsive support, streamlined billing and contracting, simplified governance, and single-dashboard visibility across clouds. Red Hat Marketplace provides four key benefits that database customers are looking for: lower TCO; simplification in governance; the ability to unify data processing at scale; and faster speed of application delivery, supported by Red Hat-certified interoperability of the solutions. Partnership …

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Apr
29
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

As remote work options rapidly become a necessity for modern businesses, IT managers must now consider emerging challenges when it comes to the remote management and security of end-user PCs. Among their top concerns are connecting to malfunctioning equipment, needing the accessibility and control to troubleshoot devices, and keeping up with OS and software updates ...continue reading Better PC fleet management for the modern remote workforce

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