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Jun
19
2017
Posted by Nati Shalom Blog
In the first part of this series, we looked at the issue of cloud management silos created by multiple cloud environments and management platforms designed to serve different needs in the software delivery process, proposing a next-generation CMP as the...
 
Jun
07
2017
Posted by All Things Distributed

Unlocking the value of data is a primary goal that AWS helps our customers to pursue. In recent years, an explosion of intelligent devices have created oceans of new data across many industries. We have seen that such devices can benefit greatly from the elastic resources of the cloud. This is because data gets more valuable when it can be processed together with other data.

At the same time, it can be valuable to process some data right at the source where it is generated. Some applications – medical equipment, industrial machinery, and building automation are just a few – can't rely exclusively on the cloud for control, and require some form of local storage and execution. Such applications are often mission-critical: safeties must operate reliably, even if connectivity drops. Some applications may also rely on timely decisions: when maneuvering heavy machinery, an absolute minimum of…

 
May
27
2017
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
column: letters from Ray date: May 27, 2017 topic: Adopting a universal basic income for all people can help society think creatively with new ideas, develop new industries — and free-up people to work on important future projects. This practical social support program can grow as science & technology rapidly evolve, becoming part of world [...]
 
May
19
2017
Posted by All Things Distributed

In many high-throughput OLTP style applications, the database plays a crucial role in achieving scale, reliability, high-performance, and cost efficiency. For a long time, these requirements were almost exclusively served by commercial, proprietary databases. Soon after the launch of the AWS Relational Database Service (RDS) customers gave us feedback that they would love to migrate to RDS. Yet, what they desired more, was a reality that unshackled them from the high-cost, punitive licensing schemes, which came with proprietary databases.

They would love to migrate to an open-source style database like MySQL or PostgreSQL, if such a database could meet the enterprise-grade reliability and performance these high-scale applications required.

We decided to use our inventive powers to design and build a new database engine that would give database systems such as MySQL and PostgreSQL…

 
May
11
2017
Posted by Nati Shalom Blog
We’ve all read the reports about IT and business units becoming more tightly coupled as DevOps gains momentum. Puppet Labs’ State of DevOps report is one of the better ones, and it tells us that high-performing IT organizations deploy 200...
 
May
09
2017
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
    IBM | Think: concept IBM | Think: app IBM | Think: exhibit app The IBM Think exhibit app for iPad traces roots of modern innovation.   * IBM is International Business Machines
 
May
08
2017
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
publication: The Guardian column: The Long Read story title: God in the Machine: my strange journey into transhumanism story author: by Meghan O’Gieblyn date: April 18, 2017 story excerpts from essay with Ray Kurzweil: 1. |  Humanity will change the nature of mortality in our post-biological future I first read Ray Kurzweil’s book The Age of [...]
 
May
03
2017
Posted by All Things Distributed

This article titled "Wie die Digitalisierung Wertschöpfung neu definiert" appeared in German last week in the "Größer, höher, weiter (bigger, higher, further)" column of Wirtschaftwoche.

Germany's "hidden champions" – family-owned companies, engineering companies, specialists – are unique in the world. They stand for quality, reliability and a high degree of know-how in manufacturing. Hidden champions play a significant role in the German economy; as a result, Germany has become one of the few countries in Western Europe where manufacturing accounts for more than 20% of GDP. By contrast, neighboring countries have seen a continuous decline in their manufacturing base. What's more, digital technologies and business models that…

 
May
01
2017
Posted by Tech by Sample
Summary:  Apache Ignite is a distributed in-memory platform designed for computing and transacting on large-scale data sets. Apache Ignite’s unique zero deployment feature makes it a viable platform for building high performance cloud ready applications. This software middle-ware was originally developed by GridGain Systems, Inc. under the name “GridGain In-Memory Data Fabric”.  In 2014,  GridGain

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Apr
30
2017
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
group: the Society for Science + the Public competition: the Westinghouse Science Talent Search count: the 24th annual competition year: 1965 contest age range: teen project title: Simulation of the Creative Process by Computer Circuitry entry: by Ray Kurzweil age: 17 years old count: the 24th annual competition name history: of the historic competition aka:  [...]
 
Apr
26
2017
Posted by Denis Magda Blog

Bothersome Ad

The strange thing happens over the time when I try to google for 'apache ignite' - Hazelcast's advertisement bubbles up to the top of the list suggesting that Hazelcast is up to 50% faster than Apache Ignite:

The first suspicious thing to note right after you click on the link is that Hazelcast compares to Apache Ignite 1.5 that was released more than a…
 
Apr
22
2017
Posted by ScaleOut Software Blog

Use Familiar .NET APIs for Data-Parallel Computing on an In-Memory Data Grid Check out this article in VisualStudio Magazine which explains how ScaleOut ComputeServer® extends the well-known Parallel ForEach API in .NET’s Task Parallel Library to run on an in-memory data grid. This exciting new capability takes advantage of a familiar API to transparently scale […]

The post ScaleOut Enables Supercomputing with .NET’s Task Parallel Library appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Apr
22
2017
Posted by The ScaleOut Software Blog

Use Familiar .NET APIs for Data-Parallel Computing on an In-Memory Data Grid Check out this article in VisualStudio Magazine which explains how ScaleOut ComputeServer® extends the well-known Parallel ForEach API in .NET’s Task Parallel Library to run on an in-memory data grid. This exciting new capability takes advantage of a familiar API to transparently scale […]

The post ScaleOut Enables Supercomputing with .NET’s Task Parallel Library appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Apr
12
2017
Posted by All Things Distributed

I am excited to announce that AWS is opening its first Mentor's Office at STATION F in Paris! The Mentor's Office is a workplace exclusively dedicated to meetings between AWS experts and the startups. STATION F is the world's biggest startup campus. With this special offer starting at the end of June, at the campus opening, AWS increases the support already available to startup customers in France.

All year long, AWS experts will deliver technical and business assistance to startups based on campus. AWS Solutions Architects will meet startup members for face-to-face sessions, to share guidance on how cloud services can be used for their specific use cases, workloads, or applications. Startup members will also have the possibility to meet with AWS business experts such as account managers, business developers, and consultants. They can explore the possibilities of the AWS Cloud and take…

 
Apr
10
2017
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
video | CBC • The National  Host Duncan McCue interviews futurist Ray Kurzweil. about from CBC • The National | Ray Kurzweil predicts end of disease and AI leaps. Tech guru Ray Kurzweil predicts that by the 2030s, nanotechnology will eliminate disease and humans will have relationships with artificial intelligence. CBC • The National, presented by Duncan McCue, [...]