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Jan
24
2019
Posted by Insights into In-Memory Computing and Real-time Analytics

One of my favorite films that depicted the power of Machine Learning (ML) for predictive analysis is Moneyball (2011). In the film, Brad Pitt who plays Billy Beane, the Manager of the Oakland A’s,  hires a Yale Economics graduate who

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Jan
24
2019
Posted by The GigaSpaces Technologies Blog

One of my favorite films that depicted the power of Machine Learning (ML) for predictive analysis is Moneyball (2011). In the film, Brad Pitt who plays Billy Beane, the Manager of the Oakland A’s,  hires a Yale Economics graduate who

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Jan
24
2019
Posted by The Official GigaSpaces Technologies Blog

One of my favorite films that depicted the power of Machine Learning (ML) for predictive analysis is Moneyball (2011). In the film, Brad Pitt who plays Billy Beane, the Manager of the Oakland A’s,  hires a Yale Economics graduate who

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Jan
24
2019
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

Introduction

In 2018, GridGain® previewed GridGain Cloud. GridGain Cloud enables a GridGain cluster to be run as a service. It supports both distributed in-memory computing and persistence. A number of APIs are supported:

JDBC
ODBC
Binary Protocol and Thin Clients
REST
We will look at examples of some of these APIs in this article series.

 
Jan
23
2019
Posted by Redis Labs Tech Blog

Everybody has a Redis instance somewhere in their stack or at the very least knows Redis. However not everybody knows that Redis supports modules: custom extensions that add new commands, data types, and functionalities to a Redis database. Need a new data structure? Full-text search? Want to store graph data in Redis? All of this... Read more »

The post How to Write a Redis Module in Zig appeared first on Redis Labs.

 
Jan
23
2019
Posted by IBM Research Blog
The more AI agents are deployed in scenarios with possibly unexpected situations, the more they need to be flexible, adaptive, and creative in achieving their goals. Thus, a certain level of freedom to choose the best path to a specific goal is necessary in making AI robust and flexible enough to be deployed successfully in […]
 
Jan
22
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
The Data Calculator: data structure design and cost synthesis from first principles and learned cost models Idreos et al., SIGMOD’18 This paper preceded the work on data continuums that we looked at last time, and takes a more general look at interactive and semi-automated design of data structures. A data structure here is defined as […]
 
Jan
22
2019
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

GridGain's Rob Meyer continues his series on in-memory computing best practices this Thursday when he'll be talking about digital transformation and why delivering a responsive digital business is not possible at scale without in-memory computing.

 
Jan
22
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

With respect to software, audio production is a specialized field. Many other disciplines make use of a common set of applications that include things like a word processor, a spreadsheet editor, and an email client. Those are tools that can be used widely across industries and job roles, whether you’re a financial advisor, a high ...continue reading PCAudioLabs Testing Finds Intel® Optane™ SSDs Accelerate Audio Production Workloads

The post PCAudioLabs Testing Finds Intel® Optane™ SSDs Accelerate Audio Production Workloads appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Jan
22
2019
Posted by IBM distributed deep learning blog

From healthcare to financial services, organizations across all industries recognize the importance of leveraging data for competitive advantage. But for many organizations, managing vital data resources can present significant storage challenges. First and foremost, organizations need to accommodate rapidly rising volumes of many types of data. They also need to boost storage performance so they […]

The post Explore the latest storage innovation at Think 2019 appeared first on IBM IT Infrastructure Blog.

 
Jan
22
2019
Posted by IBM Research Blog
IBM Research innovation is at the heart of the recently announced IBM Travel Manager, an industry-first artificial intelligence (AI) platform to fundamentally change how companies manage and optimize their travel programs. Innovations for optimizing travel programs Corporate travel costs are estimated to reach $1.4 trillion this year, as projected by the Global Business Travel Association, yet optimizing […]
 
Jan
21
2019
Posted by IBM Research Blog
Governments across the world came together in Marrakesh this past December to ratify a pact to improve cooperation on international migration. Among other objectives, the Global Compact for Migration seeks to use “accurate and disaggregated data as a basis for evidence-based policies.” How can machine learning technologies help with deeply polarizing societal issues like migration? […]
 
Jan
20
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Design continuums and the path toward self-designing key-value stores that know and learn Idreos et al., CIDR’19 We’ve seen systems that help to select the best data structure from a pre-defined set of choices (e.g. ‘Darwinian data structure selection’), systems that synthesise data structure implementations given an abstract specification (‘Generalized data structure synthesis’), systems that […]
 
Jan
20
2019
Posted by Insights into In-Memory Computing and Real-time Analytics

10 years ago,  Amazon found that every 100ms of latency cost them 1% in sales. Google found an extra .5 seconds in search page generation time dropped traffic by 20%.  A broker could lose $4 million in revenues per millisecond

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Jan
20
2019
Posted by The GigaSpaces Technologies Blog

10 years ago,  Amazon found that every 100ms of latency cost them 1% in sales. Google found an extra .5 seconds in search page generation time dropped traffic by 20%.  A broker could lose $4 million in revenues per millisecond

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