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Dec
18
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

SME Solutions Group is a MemSQL partner. An SME customer, a utility company, was installing a new meter network, comprising 2 million meters, generating far more data than the old meters. The volume of data coming in, and reporting needs, were set to overwhelm their existing, complex, Hadoop-based solution. The answer: replacing 10 different data processing components with a single MemSQL cluster. The result: outstanding performance, scalability for future requirements, the ability to use standard business intelligence tools via SQL, and low costs. SME Solutions Group (LinkedIn page here) helps institutions manage risks and improve operations, through services such as …

The post Case Study: MemSQL Replaces Hadoop for Managing 2 Million New-Style Utility Meters appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Dec
18
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

With the MemSQL 7. 0 release, MemSQL has added more special-purpose features, making it even easier to manage time series data within our best-of-breed operational database. These new features allow you to structure queries on time series data with far fewer lines of code and with less complexity. With time series features in MemSQL, we make it easier for any SQL user, or any tool that uses SQL, to work with time series data, while making expert users even more productive. The webinar begins with an overview of MemSQL, then describes how customers have been using MemSQL for time series …

The post WEBINAR: Time Series Data Capture & Analysis in MemSQL 7.0 appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Dec
17
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

This blog post was originally published in January 2014, and it has long been the first blog post on the MemSQL blog – and one of the best. In this blog post, MemSQL co-founding engineer Adam Prout explains one of the key technical features that distinguishes MemSQL: its use of skiplist indexes over Btrees and similar structures. Adam has now revised and updated this blog post to include the recently released MemSQL 7.0 and MemSQL SingleStore™. The most popular data structure used for indexing in relational databases is the Btree (or its variant the B+tree).  Btrees rose to popularity because …

The post The Story Behind MemSQL’s Skiplist Indexes appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Dec
16
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Intel IT is taking the concept of “IT shop” to a new level through our collaboration with Intel’s business units. We’ve previously written about how IT collaboration has enabled our product testing teams to build artificial intelligence (AI) into Intel’s validation processes, saving significant time and money. Recently, we pushed the envelope of IT collaboration ...continue reading IT Collaboration Leads to Unique Product Innovation

The post IT Collaboration Leads to Unique Product Innovation appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Dec
15
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
 
Dec
12
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
 
Dec
12
2019
Posted by Kinetica in Motion

While artificial intelligence and machine learning give corporations the ability to act faster with fewer employees than ever before, companies take on a new kind of unprecedented risk, as well. AI and ML algorithms are only as good as the …

 
Dec
10
2019
Posted by The ScaleOut Software Blog

Designing applications that extract real-time insights from streaming telemetry can be a daunting challenge. Event streams typically combine messages from many data sources, as shown below. It’s a complex challenge to select and analyze messages that surface patterns of interest. For these reasons, most streaming applications only perform rudimentary analysis (often in the form of […]

The post Real-Time Digital Twins Simplify Code in Streaming Applications appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Dec
10
2019
Posted by ScaleOut Software Blog

Designing applications that extract real-time insights from streaming telemetry can be a daunting challenge. Event streams typically combine messages from many data sources, as shown below. It’s a complex challenge to select and analyze messages that surface patterns of interest. For these reasons, most streaming applications only perform rudimentary analysis (often in the form of […]

The post Real-Time Digital Twins Simplify Code in Streaming Applications appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Dec
10
2019
Posted by All Things Distributed

Have you ever received a call from your bank because they suspected fraudulent activity? Most banks can automatically identify when spending patterns or locations have deviated from the norm and then act immediately. Many times, this happens before victims even noticed that something was off. As a result, the impact of identity theft on a person's bank account and life can be managed before it's even an issue.

Having a deep understanding of the relationships in your data is powerful like that.

Consider the relationships between diseases and gene interactions. By understanding these connections, you can search for patterns within protein pathways to find other genes that may be associated with a disease. This kind of information could help advance disease research.

The deeper the understanding of the relationships, the more powerful the insights. With enough relationship data points, you…

 
Dec
09
2019
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

Istio is said to be the next thing if you follow the Kubernetes path, and service meshes are mentioned whenever you go to a cloud-native meetup or conference like KubeCon. However, you do not always leverage something for the sake of popularity. The Hazelcast-Istio support discussion was started by a user after a GitHub issue […]

The post Hazelcast with Istio Service Mesh appeared first on Hazelcast.

 
Dec
08
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper