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Feb
26
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Yesterday, Intel hosted our Security Day leading into the RSA Conference. What was special about this year is we had a full day to share our security vision, and I had the opportunity to share my thoughts on Intel's data-centric security strategy. Our data center security strategy is built on a commitment to secure the ...continue reading More Security Choices for Every Demand

The post More Security Choices for Every Demand appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Feb
25
2020
Posted by The Morning Paper
 
Feb
24
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

You can run MemSQL Helios, with a 48-hour time limit, in the cloud for free. We tell you how in this blog post. The combination of free access, and not needing to worry about infrastructure maintenance, can be extremely convenient for demos, software testing, developer productivity, brief proof of concept (PoC) tests, and brief tests of production workloads.    Many Ways to Run MemSQL for Free Because there are significant costs to MemSQL, free trials of MemSQL Helios in the cloud are limited to 48 hours of time – two full days. You can also download and run MemSQL software …

The post Spin up a Cluster on MemSQL Helios in 10 Minutes appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Feb
20
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

“Breakup Day” is February 21st. In the spirit of moving on from unhealthy relationships, we decided to write our very own “Dear John” letter to the vendor we hear our customers complain the most about… or in this case, a “Dear Larry” letter. We hope this gives anyone who’s feeling taken advantage of by their behemoth vendor the courage to sever ties. Cheers. Dear Larry, Let’s be honest – this relationship is not working. I’m ditching you for someone who treats me like I matter…  and who doesn’t take all of my money!  You’ve been mistreating me for years, Larry. …

The post There’s Life After Oracle: Finding Database Happiness  appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Feb
20
2020
Posted by The Ripple Effect

As a growing, award-winning technology startup and the leader of the software-defined server space, we have to think big and move quickly to have an impact in a market dominated by entrenched providers of big hardware and even bigger price tags. And with 2020 underway, we’ve kicked off this new year with a wave of activity, exciting announcements, and new strategies to capitalize on our current momentum and growth we experienced in 2019. Here’s a rundown.

 
Feb
20
2020
Posted by Kinetica in Motion

We’re excited to announce the release of Kinetica Cloud!

Now you can run your Kinetica Platform in the cloud, so you can focus on your actual business priorities instead. You get the same performance you expect from the Kinetica Active …

 
Feb
16
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

Kubernetes is widely discussed, and widely misunderstood. We here at MemSQL are fans of Kubernetes and the stateful services that have been added to it since its launch, and we’ve used them to build and manage MemSQL Helios. So we are taking the time to explain Kubernetes’ architecture, from the top down, to help you decide whether using Kubernetes is right for you.  What is Kubernetes? Kubernetes is an open-source orchestrator originally built by Google, now owned and managed by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). Kubernetes is famous for extensibility and for no-downtime rolling updates. Most public and private …

The post Kubernetes 101: Architecture appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Feb
16
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

The MEAN stack – MongoDB, Express.js, Angular.js, and Node.js – has served as a pattern for a wide variety of web development. But times have changed, and the components of the MEAN stack have failed to keep up with the times. Let’s take a look at how the MEAN stack superseded the previous stack, the LAMP stack, and at the options developers have now for delivering efficient Web applications. Introduction We reach for software stacks to simplify the endless sea of choices. The MEAN stack is one such simplification that worked very well in its time. Though the MEAN stack …

The post What’s After the MEAN Stack? appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Feb
13
2020
Posted by ODBMS.org
“AI in complex global industries is in a league of its own, with many opportunities, many risks and many rewards! We definitely see AI having a major impact on the entire risk and insurance industry value chain from improving customer experience to changing core insurance processes to creating next-gen risk products.” –Sastry Durvasula I have […]