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Jun
03
2019
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

At Hazelcast we take reliability very seriously. With the new CP Subsystem module, Hazelcast has become the first and only IMDG that offers a linearizable distributed implementation of the Java concurrency primitives backed by the Raft consensus algorithm. In addition to well-grounded designs and proven algorithms, reliability also requires a substantial amount of testing. We […]

The post Testing the CP Subsystem with Jepsen appeared first on Hazelcast.

 
Jun
02
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Continuous integration of machine learning models with ease.ml/ci: towards a rigorous yet practical treatment Renggli et al., SysML’19 Developing machine learning models is no different from developing traditional software, in the sense that it is also a full life cycle involving design, implementation, tuning, testing, and deployment. As machine learning models are used in more … Continue reading Continuous integration of machine learning models with ease.ml/ci
 
May
31
2019
Posted by ODBMS.org
“When we started this project in 2013, it was a moonshot. We were not sure if NVM technologies would ever see the light of day, but Intel has finally started shipping NVM devices in 2019. We are excited about the impact of NVM on next-generation database systems.” — Joy Arulraj and Andrew Pavlo. I have interviewed Joy Arulraj, Assistant Professor […]
 
May
30
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
A case for lease-based, utilitarian resource management on mobile devices Hu et al., ASPLOS’19 I’ve chosen another energy-related paper to end the week, addressing a problem many people can relate to: apps that drain your battery. LeaseOS borrows the concept of a lease from distributed systems, but with a rather nice twist, and is able … Continue reading A case for lease-based, utilitarian resource management on mobile devices
 
May
30
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

MemSQL has reached a benchmarking breakthrough: the ability to run three very different database benchmarks, fast, on a single database. The leading transactions benchmark, TPC-C, and analytics benchmarks, TPC-H and TPC-DS, don’t usually run on the same database at all. But MemSQL runs transactional and analytical workloads simultaneously, on the same data, and with excellent performance. As we describe in this webinar write-up, our benchmarking breakthrough demonstrates this unusual, and valuable, set of capabilities. You can also read a detailed description of the benchmarks and view the recorded webinar. MemSQL stands out because it is a relational database, with native …

The post Webinar: The Benchmark Breakthrough Using MemSQL appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
May
30
2019
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

The sidecar pattern is a technique of attaching an additional container to the main parent container so that both would share the same lifecycle and the same resources. You may think of it as a perfect tool for decomposing your application into reusable modules, in which each part is written in a different technology or […]

The post Hazelcast Sidecar Container Pattern appeared first on Hazelcast.

 
May
29
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

One of MemSQL’s strengths is speeding up analytics, often replacing NoSQL databases to provide faster performance. Kurtosys, a market-leading digital experience platform for the financial services industry, uses MemSQL alongside Microsoft’s SQL Server for faster performance and easier management across transactions and analytics. Kurtosys is a leader in the Digital Experience category, with the first truly SaaS platform for the financial services industry. In pursuing its goals, Kurtosys became an early adopter of MemSQL. Today, MemSQL is helping to power Kurtosys’ growth. Stephen Perry, head of data at Kurtosys, summed up the first round of efforts in a blog post …

The post Case Study: Kurtosys – Why Would I Store My Data In More Than One Database? appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
May
29
2019
Posted by The Ripple Effect

Never worry about running out of memory again.

If you made it to SAPPHIRE NOW in Orlando earlier this month, you probably discovered a few new ideas and smarter ways to deal with ever-growing SAP HANA workloads.

 
May
29
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Back in Asia this week for Computex in Taipei, I am, as always, inspired by the innovation on view from Intel partners and industry leaders. Some of this innovation in business PCs were highlighted during Gregory Bryant’s keynote, where we launched our new 9th Gen Core™ vPro™ processors. These new additions to the best for ...continue reading Announcing new 9th Gen Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors

The post Announcing new 9th Gen Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
May
29
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

At Computex 2019, Intel disclosed details of its latest 10th Gen Intel Core Processor which includes Intel’s new graphics architecture, Gen11 Graphics, also known as Intel Iris Plus Graphics. This new architecture delivers substantial improvements in performance, power efficiency and features compared to our previous graphics architectures. The innovations that we brought to bear in ...continue reading Intel’s 10th Gen Intel® Core™ processors with Iris® Plus graphics Delivers Next-Generation Visual Computing Experiences

The post Intel’s 10th Gen Intel® Core™ processors with Iris® Plus…

 
May
29
2019
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

It’s not officially summer yet and GridGain experts are not slowing down.

 
May
28
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Boosted race trees for low energy classification Tzimpragos et al., ASPLOS’19 We don’t talk about energy as often as we probably should on this blog, but it’s certainly true that our data centres and various IT systems consume an awful lot of it. So it’s interesting to see a paper using nano-Joules per prediction as … Continue reading Boosted race trees for low energy classification
 
May
28
2019
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

The third-annual In-Memory Computing Summit Europe conference is happening June 3-4 in London.

 
May
27
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
CheriABI: enforcing valid pointer provenance and minimizing pointer privilege in the POSIX C run-time environment Davis et al., ASPLOS’19 Last week we saw the benefits of rethinking memory and pointer models at the hardware level when it came to object storage and compression (Zippads). CHERI also rethinks the way that pointers and memory work, but … Continue reading CheriABI: enforcing valid pointer provenance and minimizing pointer privilege in the POSIX C run-time environment
 
May
26
2019
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
IMAGE — the resource — website: Chips etc. label: historical collection year: 2019 — about the collection — Explore the history of computer + micro-electronics technology at the virtual museum and collector’s shop called Chips etc. Thousands of rare collectibles from the world’s leading electronics + semi-conductor companies. In the field of electronics: a computer [...]