In-Memory Computing Blogs and Events
“Data is currency” is the rule of thumb in business. As with money, business data must be accessible, accurate, and usable across disparate contexts if an organization is to realize greater ROI while keeping costs under control. CIOs understand that the need to manage data—its location, composition, and utility—is as important as managing a balance sheet. For many companies, the solution is SQL Server, the industry gold standard for database management.
But what about the many tech startups and cloud enterprises running open-source platforms? These organizations face challenges with reliably integrating, categorizing, and accessing all types of business data in an often-heterogeneous world of platforms, apps, and devices.
The good news is SQL Server 2017 runs on Linux. Two Linux-based organizations, Convergent Computing and dv01,…
For businesses in times of revolution, it’s not enough to make incremental improvements. You have to disrupt and regenerate. Think of Blockbuster Video increasing its in-store inventory of DVDs while competitor Netflix invested in streaming options to watch from home. One was an improvement, the other was a disruption. Netflix changed their whole business model and they are tremendously successful a decade later, while Blockbuster shuttered operations long ago.
Netflix disrupted the video industry. Here are some other disruptors:
In last blog (Introduction to Swagger – Specification for Describing RESTful APIs), we got to know the history behind creation of the OpenAPI specification.
In this article, we will do following:
- Explore Swagger’s enormous power to speed up your web application development using its code generator (https://github.com/swagger-api/swagger-codegen).
- Generate Code for a REST application using our own OpenAPI Specification file and swagger-codegen.
There are two ways for developing using Swagger:
- API-first approach (Top down approach):
For this, you need to design your REST APIs first, and design model objects that you are going to use for those REST APIs. Then you write down these specifications in form of OpenAPI, and Swagger will…
On the last night of SAPPHIRE (SAP’s annual user conference) this year, a few colleagues and I were celebrating over dinner discussing the months of intense work leading up to the success of the event. The conversation quickly turned to identifying ways to become more productive without killing ourselves. What can we do to become more productive given we have an endless stream of emails around the clock, 50%+ of the day spent in meetings (some productive, some not, because a few of us tend to enjoy hearing ourselves talk), managing through the already 150% overcommitted activities? What if we had an extra 5 minutes, here and there? How could we use that time? How would most people use that time? With that question in mind, I turned to Google for fun just to see what turns up. Here are some suggestions I found to help one become more productive at work:
- Respond to an email (or 5)
- Get a cup of coffee
- Go for a quick walk …
The third-annual In-Memory Computing Summit North America is Oct. 24-25 in South San Francisco. Enter our raffle for a chance to win a full-access pass! Two winners will be drawn each week and notified by email. Enter here! Our Super-Saver rate is also available for a limited time. Register now to take advantage of the savings opportunity.
GridGain Systems today announced that it has named Mark Mszanski, a software sales executive with more than 25 years of experience, as executive vice president of sales. He will be responsible for leading GridGain’s global sales efforts.
From transportation to manufacturing to healthcare, IoT is playing a huge role in transforming the global economy. In fact, Gartner estimates IoT will contribute $2 trillion global economic growth in only the next 3 years. If you’re not thinking about
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TidalScale’s WaveRunner – the point-and-click control panel that makes creating a right-sized Software-Defined Server fast, flexible and easy – isn’t just about creating one or more virtual servers from multiple commodity systems. It also puts you in control of all the software-defined pieces in the data center. So in addition to cores and memory, WaveRunner allows you to monitor and manage storage and networks. You simply pick the software-defined resources you need and plug them together.
With 5,500+ members, SAP HANA customers, partners, and experts are part of an exclusive international community supporting your SAP HANA implementations and adoption initiatives.
This community, known as the SAP HANA International Focus Group (iFG), gives you and your team access to face-to-face activities as well as our acclaimed webinar series to help you deliver SAP HANA solutions to your organization.
For September, we have the following webinars (see details below):
- September 12th – Customer Spotlight – General Datatech:…
Rethinking and fine-tuning business processes are part of an HR leader’s role. When investing in software-as-a-service (SaaS) HR solutions, adopting best practices and standardizing processes are critical to the success of these projects. However, the businesses that cannot get past a “we are different” mentality are the best candidates for struggling with change or experiencing adoption risk in the future.
Embracing and driving a streamlined approach based on best practices are not always easy to achieve. They both involve change management from the highest levels and a deep commitment to evaluate and streamline the decisions that impact people, processes, and technology. SaaS deployments…
The following panel discussion, recorded June 21 in Amsterdam at the In-Memory Computing Summit Europe, brought together some of Europe’s top in-memory computing experts who shared their vision of where this exciting technology is headed in the mon
EA is a topic that is highly in debate and there are many frameworks like TOGAF, Zachman that help in defining the enterprise. This article takes reference of TOGAF for the discussion. While practicing TOGAF, it’s always implied that TOGAF is a suggestive approach and NOT a prescriptive approach.
Xoriant has recently forayed into TOGAF with the help of newly formed TOGAF Certified Architects and is committed to provide solutions to the clients on the proven success stories.
Many a times, while interacting with business houses, requirements always start with a single line or sometimes, even a clause, e.g., – We need ERP. This is where a business canvas is provisioned and plans are made to evaluate the opportunity and provide information on that. Considering entire lifecycle of a business opportunity, it’s very important to put the right starting step so that Service Provider does not incur losses. This can…
We recently announced public preview availability of Azure Database for PostgreSQL and MySQL in West and Central India. PostgreSQL and MySQL are ubiquitous names in the world of open source relational databases, as these database engines have been widely embraced by developers in recent years. Microsoft’s Azure cloud is a first-class platform for open source technology that allows you to bring the tools you love, along with the skills you already have, and deploy any application. The availability of Azure Database for MySQL and PostgreSQL services in India provides app developers the ability to choose from a wider number of geographies and deploy their favorite database on Azure — without the complexity of managing and administering the databases.
Learn more about the new availability of Azure Database for MySQL and Azure Database for PostgreSQL in our…
We love learning about the continuing explosion of IoT applications and how they’re transforming our world. Here’s a quick roundup of some of the most interesting pieces we’ve read recently. IoT For Perishable Goods Transportation /@ajukuriakose We loved this article
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