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Apr
07
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
How bad can it git? Characterizing secret leakage in public GitHub repositories Meli et al., NDSS’19 On the one hand you might say there’s no new news here. We know that developers shouldn’t commit secrets, and we know that secrets leaked to GitHub can be discovered and exploited very quickly. On the other hand, this […]
 
Apr
05
2019
Posted by ScaleOut Software Blog

Come see a demo of real-time digital twin models — breakthrough technology for IoT streaming analytics — at the upcoming Microsoft IoT in Action Solution Builders Conference, Houston Texas, April 16, 2019. While originally popularized for use in product life-cycle management, digital twins have emerged as a powerful new technique for ingesting, correlating, and analyzing […]

The post See ScaleOut’s Digital Twins at Upcoming Microsoft IoT in Action Conference appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Apr
05
2019
Posted by The ScaleOut Software Blog

Come see a demo of real-time digital twin models — breakthrough technology for IoT streaming analytics — at the upcoming Microsoft IoT in Action Solution Builders Conference, Houston Texas, April 16, 2019. While originally popularized for use in product life-cycle management, digital twins have emerged as a powerful new technique for ingesting, correlating, and analyzing […]

The post See ScaleOut’s Digital Twins at Upcoming Microsoft IoT in Action Conference appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Apr
05
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Thousands of IT professionals will gather to learn about the latest cloud technologies at Google Cloud Next '19 this week. At last year’s event, I wrote about some of the upcoming projects our teams were developing, and it’s terrific to see that work presented to the industry today. At Intel’s Data-Centric Summit in August 2018, ...continue reading The Future of Cloud at Google Next ‘19

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Apr
05
2019
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

Think it’s impossible to build a production-ready in-memory-based application in an hour?

 
Apr
04
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Ginseng: keeping secrets in registers when you distrust the operating system Yun & Zhong et al., NDSS’19 Suppose you did go to the extreme length of establishing an unconditional root of trust for your system, even then, unless every subsequent piece of code you load is also fully trusted (e.g., formally verified) then you’re open […]
 
Apr
04
2019
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

There’s a trio of buzzwords that are starting to spend more time in proximity to each other, and are also beginning to surface from the technical to the business world. Each by itself is critical, and when you combine all three, the business-level effect becomes very noticeable. These buzzwords and the business descriptors are: Kubernetes: […]

The post A Business Level View of Kubernetes, Cloud Migration and In-Memory Technologies appeared first on Hazelcast.

 
Apr
04
2019
Posted by IBM distributed deep learning blog

After many years of working in the IT industry, both as an IT manager in a large telecommunications setup and as a consultant providing solutions to my clients, I’ve come to see a huge interest among users in leveraging more open source software and standards. It comes as no surprise to me that the adoption […]

The post The rise of Open Source Databases appeared first on IBM IT Infrastructure Blog.

 
Apr
03
2019
Posted by Kinetica in Motion

GPUs, AI, ML, oh my! What a week we had at the NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference (GTC) in San Jose! From major announcements with NVIDIA to the launch of the world’s first GPU-accelerated pedicabs (did you catch a ride?) there’s …

 
Apr
03
2019
Posted by All Things Distributed

Today, I am excited to announce our plans to open a new AWS Region in Indonesia! The new AWS Asia Pacific (Jakarta) Region will be composed of three Availability Zones, and will give AWS customers and partners the ability to run workloads and store data in Indonesia.

The AWS Asia Pacific (Jakarta) Region will be our ninth Region in Asia Pacific. It joins existing Regions in Beijing, Mumbai, Ningxia, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney, and Tokyo, as well as an upcoming Region in Hong Kong SAR. AWS customers are already using 61 Availability Zones across 20 infrastructure Regions worldwide. Today's announcement brings the total number of global Regions (operational and announced) up to 25.

 
Apr
02
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Establishing software root of trust unconditionally Gligor & Woo, NDSS’19 The authors won a best paper award for this work at NDSS this year. The main result is quite something, but as you might expect the lines of argument are detailed and not always easy to follow (and certainly not critically!) for non-experts like me. […]
 
Apr
02
2019
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

“Distributed locks aren’t real”, some like to remind us. This is not to say that locking in a distributed system isn’t possible, but only that all of its components must cooperate in the protocol. Anyone who’s trying to sell you a distributed lock in a single component is selling you sawdust and lies. What we […]

The post Distributed Locks are Dead; Long Live Distributed Locks! appeared first on Hazelcast.

 
Apr
02
2019
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

The March 28 gathering of the NYC In-Memory Computing Meetup in upper Manhattan

 
Apr
02
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

The most important new skills for business leaders are not what you might think. You’ve read the headlines. Data is the new oil; it’s the new currency; data capital can create competitive advantage. We also hear, over and over again, that machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) are the future. Few will dispute that these things are true, but the trite language masks a deeper challenge. Data must be collected, analyzed, and acted upon in the right way and at the right time for a business to create value from it. ML and AI are only as powerful as …

The post How CEOs Can Stay Relevant in the Age of AI appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Apr
02
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Sometimes more is more. Why make tradeoffs when we don’t have to? For candy lovers, the classic example is a peanut butter cup. Why choose between savory peanut butter or sweet chocolate? Have both. Similarly, you can have both a thin and powerful notebook PC. And, for you basketball fans, why choose between ball handling ...continue reading Sometimes more is more. Extending Linux Server Memory with Intel® Optane™ Technology

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