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Aug
28
2019
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

GridGain has once again been named to the Inc. 5000 – the highly regarded ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.

 
Aug
27
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Interactive checks for coordination avoidance Whittaker & Hellerstein et al., VLDB’19 I am so pleased to see a database systems paper addressing the concerns of the application developer! To the developer, a strongly consistent system behaves exactly like a single-threaded system running on a single node, so reasoning about the behaviour of the system is … Continue reading Interactive checks for coordination avoidance
 
Aug
27
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Global digital transformation is here, and making the move to the public cloud and maintaining cost-effective private cloud infrastructure can be challenging for today’s IT community. Developers and data managers continually reassure their organizations that the systems and tools they build, maintain, and upgrade are fast, safe, and reliable—serving their users as promised, day after ...continue reading Streamline Your Hybrid Cloud Journey with VMware Cloud Foundation on Dell EMC VxRail & Intel® Optane™ SSDs

The post Streamline Your Hybrid Cloud Journey with VMware Cloud Foundation on Dell EMC VxRail &…

 
Aug
27
2019
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

In case you missed it: Catch GridGain's Rob Meyer and Glenn Wiebe as they introduce the various options available and when your organization needs to add speed and scale to MySQL deployments (and when each option makes sense).

 
Aug
26
2019
Posted by Kinetica in Motion

According to Deloitte’s 2019 Retail Industry Outlook, 2018 saw a strong U.S. economy and a record-breaking holiday season. And while the retail industry witnessed mixed earnings, one constant remained — customers’ expectations are on a steep incline.

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Aug
26
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Abstract The exponential growth of data is creating scaling and cost challenges. Not being able to scale storage and compute resources independently results in suboptimal resource utilization of data center infrastructure investments. Customers need to solve for this while controlling their licensing costs. They also need to perform real-time analytics on their ever-growing data sets. ...continue reading Manage & Monetize Exponential Data Growth with Intel’s Data Management Platform

The post Manage & Monetize Exponential Data Growth with Intel’s Data Management Platform appeared first on IT Peer…

 
Aug
26
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Fulfilling the promise made earlier this year as part of a larger strategic collaboration, Intel and Google released the new Intel® Select Solutions for Google Cloud’s Anthos optimized for 2nd Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors. Hybrid cloud is an essential part of most modern business infrastructure as organizations balance performance, TCO, legacy applications, security and ...continue reading Google and Intel Announce New Hybrid Cloud Solutions

The post Google and Intel Announce New Hybrid Cloud Solutions appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Aug
26
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Hybrid cloud opens the door to extract more value from data when new silicon-enabled artificial intelligence (AI) technologies are paired with software-defined infrastructure (SDI) that operates seamlessly from the edge to the data center core to the cloud. Intel and VMware are further strengthening their strategic partnership to make this hybrid cloud vision a reality ...continue reading Intel and VMware Launch Hybrid Cloud Solution for AI

The post Intel and VMware Launch Hybrid Cloud Solution for AI appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Aug
25
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Snuba: automating weak supervision to label training data Varma & Ré, VLDB 2019 This week we’re moving on from ICML to start looking at some of the papers from VLDB 2019. VLDB is a huge conference, and once again I have a problem because my shortlist of “that looks really interesting, I’d love to read … Continue reading Snuba: automating weak supervision to label training data
 
Aug
24
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

This case study was originally presented as part of a webinar session by Mike Boyarski, Sr. Director of Product Marketing at MemSQL. It’s been updated to include additional information and references. In the webinar, which you can view here, and access the slides here, Mike describes the challenges facing financial services institutions which have decades’ worth of accumulated technology solutions – and which need to evolve their infrastructure immediately to meet today’s needs. In this case study, which was also described in the webinar, Mike shows how a major US bank created a new streaming data architecture with MemSQL at …

The post Case Study: Fraud Detection “On the Swipe” For a Major US Bank appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Aug
24
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

In this webinar Rick Negrin, Product Management VP at MemSQL, describes the importance of portfolio analytics, enhanced by machine learning models, to financial services institutions – helping them to meet customer needs and edge out competitors. He shows how MemSQL speeds up portfolio analytics at scale, with unmatched support for large numbers of simultaneous users – whether connecting via ad hoc SQL queries, business intelligence tools, apps, or machine learning models. You can view the recorded webinar and download the slides. He also describes how a major US financial services institutions implemented Kafka, Spark, and MemSQL, replacing Oracle and widespread …

The post Webinar: Modernizing Portfolio Analytics for Reduced Risk and Better Performance appeared first on MemSQL Blog…

 
Aug
24
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

This case study was presented as part of a webinar session by Rick Negrin, VP of Product Management at MemSQL. In the webinar, which you can view here, and access the slides here, Rick demonstrates how a major financial services company replaced Oracle Exadata with MemSQL to power portfolio analytics, with greatly increased responsiveness for users and the ability to easily incorporate machine learning models into their applications. In this case study, we’ll emphasize the bank’s digital infrastructure using Exadata, then present their implementation of MemSQL as a reference architecture that you can consider for your own organization’s needs. Case …

The post Case Study: Replacing Exadata with MemSQL to Power Portfolio Analytics and Machine Learning appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Aug
23
2019
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

Join GridGain's Stan Lukyanov for a free one-hour live webinar on Sept. 18 starting at 10 a.m. Pacific and learn some of the best practices and the different options for maximizing availability and preventing data loss.

 
Aug
22
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Learning to prove theorems via interacting with proof assistants Yang & Deng, ICML’19 Something a little different to end the week: deep learning meets theorem proving! It’s been a while since we gave formal methods some love on The Morning Paper, and this paper piqued my interest. You’ve probably heard of Coq, a proof management … Continue reading Learning to prove theorems via interacting with proof assistants
 
Aug
22
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

Thanks to Oryan Moshe for this awesome blog post, which originally appeared on DEV Community. In the blog post, Oryan describes how to achieve the high performance of MemSQL’s columnstore for queries while keeping transaction data in PostgreSQL for updates – Ed. Making the impossible hard So it’s this time of the year again, we need to upgrade our MemSQL cluster and expand our contract to fit the new cluster topology. We really outdid ourselves this time. Expanding to a 1TB cluster is impressive, especially when it’s completely not justified. The background Wait. A 1TB Cluster? Yeah yeah, call us …

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