Our experts were busy speaking at a couple of events this week: the NYC In-Memory Computing Meetup, and on the other coast, at the OpenIoT Summit North America in Portland. And next week will be even busier as our experts hit the road once again to connect with customers, Apache Ignite users and in-memory computing enthusiasts.
In-Memory Computing Planet® Blogs and Events
Many health and life sciences organizations are planning to prototype and pilot blockchain in 2018. As they approach a point of readiness to test and pilot blockchain, where to deploy blockchain nodes becomes a key decision. One option is an on-premises deployment where blockchain nodes run in the DMZ’s of each of the various healthcare ...continue reading Healthcare Blockchain in the Cloud
The Spark connector is typically leveraged to ingest data into Kinetica and perform various transformations in pipeline. A Spark DataFrame is the core type while performing ingestion. Often after a Kinetica table has been created, new fields need to be …
As a frequent attendee and speaker at developer conferences, meetups and other high-tech events, I'm always bombarded with the questions about the distinctions between Apache® Ignite™ and Apache® Cassandra™. It's not surprising to get them because both databases have many things in common such as horizontal scalability, high availability and durability. My previous four articles in this series outlined the main differences from architectural and development standpoints:
Today we can’t help but notice a rapid growth in adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI) innovations across industries such as financial services, healthcare, transportation, telco and retail. As AI leads the next big wave in computing, many organizations are focused
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