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RSA Conference 2018 USA, one of the biggest security conferences of the year, is approaching and Intel is planning some exciting announcements and collaborations with our developer ecosystem. As a regular attendee of the RSA Conference, I love meeting enterprise customers, security vendors, academia, and researchers that all play a part in the constant innovation ...continue reading Enabling Innovation with Security at the Core: RSA 2018
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As you may have noticed, we’ve started a new series about “The New Digital Experience." It’s meant to share the best practices companies adopted to improve the customer experi
Let’s face it—traditional design for data center infrastructure doesn’t always meet today’s needs. Analytics, transaction processing, high-volume web serving and other data-intensive and mission-critical workloads place new and increased demands on the IT infrastructure. At the same time, specialized IT skills are becoming increasingly challenging to find, and budgets for capital IT expenses continue to […]
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Have you been thinking about taking your IBM Power Systems virtualization to the next level? What about workload orchestration and DevOps integration? Have these been in a wish list that you never get to? Don’t worry, help is on the way. IBM PowerVC has been around for over five years now and has matured into […]
Recently we kicked off a 10 part webinar series on data: from data platform to security to trust to content management, to data warehousing and translytical data. In this webcast...
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I’m really looking forward to this evening’s gathering of the Bay Area In-Memory Computing Meetup in Menlo Park, California. Great food and drinks in addition to raffle prizes. Oh, and fantastic talks, too!
I wrote to you over two years ago about what happens under the hood of Amazon ECS. Last year at re:Invent, we launched AWS Fargate, and today, I want to explore how Fargate fundamentally changes the landscape of container technology.
I spend a lot of time talking to our customers and leaders at Amazon about innovation. One of the things I've noticed is that ideas and technologies which dramatically change the way we do things are rarely new. They're often the combination of an existing concept with an approach, technology, or capability in a particular way that's never been successfully tried before.
The rapid embrace of containers in the past four years is the result of blending old technology (containers) with a new toolchain and workflow (i.…
Cloud computing makes it easier for IT to to run and access applications, data, and services over the Internet. It spares businesses from an expensive capital investment in hardware and...
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This article is the last part of the Apache Ignite Transactions Architecture series. In the previous articles in this series, we discussed a range of topics associated with Apache Ignite's transactions handling in its Key-Value API.
In the first article, we briefly reviewed the two-phase commit protocol and described how it worked with various types of cluster nodes.