In-Memory Computing Planet Blogs and Events

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Nov
29
2018
Posted by The Morning Paper
LEMNA: explaining deep learning based security applications Guo et al., CCS’18 Understanding why a deep learning model produces the outputs it does is an important part of gaining trust in the model, and in some situations being able to explain decisions is a strong requirement. Today’s paper shows that by carefully considering the architectural features […]
 
Nov
29
2018
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

In this webinar, Eric Hanson, Principal Product Manager at MemSQL, describes the key features of MemSQL 6.7, which is focused on usability, compatibility, and (as with every release) performance. View the webinar now or read all about it below. Highlights of MemSQL 6.7 include the new, and very popular free tier for MemSQL, which ZDNet describes as having “full functionality to support real-world use cases”. Also included in MemSQL 6.7 are improved ease of use, faster queries, and new tools for monitoring and monitoring MemSQL. The new release also includes an upgraded customer portal and a new, open developer forum …

The post Webinar: An Overview of MemSQL 6.7 appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Nov
29
2018
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

GridGain technology evangelist Akmal Chaudhri is in New York City preparing for his third meetup in a row. Tonight, he'll be speaking at the NYC In-Memory Computing Meetup.

 
Nov
29
2018
Posted by IBM Research Blog
There is a deep connection between planning and inference, and over the last decade, multiple researchers have introduced explicit reductions showing how stochastic planning can be solved using probabilistic inference with applications in robotics, scheduling, and environmental problems. However, heuristic methods and search are still the best-performing approaches for planning in large combinatorial state and […]
 
Nov
29
2018
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

Last week my colleague Valentin Kulichenko, lead architect at GridGain Systems recorded a webinar explaining how companies have been using Apache® Ignite™ to overcome today’s data challenges. 

 
Nov
29
2018
Posted by IBM distributed deep learning blog

For the sixth consecutive year, IBM has been named a Leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for General-purpose Disk Arrays report for 2018. According to Gartner ”Vendors in the Leaders quadrant have the highest composite scores for their Ability to Execute and Completeness of Vision. A vendor in the Leaders quadrant has the market share, credibility, […]

The post IBM continuous Storage leadership appeared first on IBM IT Infrastructure Blog.

 
Nov
28
2018
Posted by IBM distributed deep learning blog

If you read the tech press, you’ll hear that artificial intelligence (AI) is all the rage these days.  And whether or not they are doing it well, everyone is saying that they’re engaging in AI. One thing is certain: organizations across industries are running fast to be a part of the AI revolution. In this […]

The post Accelerate AI projects with the right infrastructure (Part one) appeared first on IBM IT Infrastructure Blog.

 
Nov
28
2018
Posted by The Xoriant blog

Introduction All programmers agree on the importance of an efficient framework whether it is developing an application or automated testing. For automation testing, there are a bunch of frameworks available online like Robot and Nose, even python provides Pytest with...

The post Guidelines To Design An Automation Testing Framework appeared first on Xoriant Blog.

 
Nov
27
2018
Posted by The Morning Paper
Towards usable checksums: automating the integrity verification of web downloads for the masses Cherubini et al., CCS’18 If you tackled Monday’s paper on BEAT you deserve something a little easier to digest today, and ‘Towards usable checksums’ fits the bill nicely! There’s some great data-driven product management going on here as the authors set out […]
 
Nov
27
2018
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

Scaling distributed systems is hard. Scaling a distributed database is really hard. Databases are particularly hard to scale because there are so many different aspects you have to consider. For example, which dimension is growing, and how fast, will dictate what resources you need to increase in order to handle the workload and maintain your service level agreements (SLAs). Some problems require more CPU, some more RAM, and some more storage. Many times, you need a combination. Knowing how much you need up front is tough to determine. In addition, requirements change over time. When demand increases, you need to …

The post Selecting the Right Database for Your Scale Demands appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Nov
27
2018
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

Stream processing is a term that is becoming increasingly relevant to the technical side of any company, but is still relatively unknown on the business side. The term “Stream” refers to data streams, that is, data that is continuously entering…

The post What Is Stream Processing and Why Is It Important to Your Business? appeared first on Hazelcast Blog.

 
Nov
27
2018
Posted by IBM Research Blog
Delta-encoder is a novel approach for few- and one-shot object recognition, in which a modified auto-encoder (called delta-encoder) extracts transferable intra-class deformations (deltas) between same-class pairs of training examples, then applies them to a few examples of a new class (unseen during training) to efficiently synthesize samples from that class. The synthesized samples are then […]
 
Nov
27
2018
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

Two Apache® Ignite™ experts will be delivering a couple of webinars tomorrow (Nov.

 
Nov
27
2018
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

Epigen Technology depends heavily on MemSQL as part of its core toolkit. “Without MemSQL, I can’t do what I do,” says Terry Rice, founder of Epigen. Visit NGINX at AWS re:Invent booth #1905 in Las Vegas, November 27-30. Epigen Technology uses software to innovate in many fast-changing areas of technology, including cyber security, analytics, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and the emerging area of cognitive decision-making. Now Epigen has developed a framework for facial recognition in the cloud that combines AWS S3, MemSQL, machine learning, AI, and visualization. Epigen founder Terry Rice is a noted IT consultant and is trusted by …

The post Epigen Powers Facial Recognition in the Cloud with MemSQL – Case Study appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Nov
27
2018
Posted by Nati Shalom Blog
This article originally appeared in Opensource.com Edge computing is poised to boost the next generation of IoT technology into the mainstream. Here's how it works with the cloud to benefit business operations in all industries Cloud computing has dominated IT...