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Aug
24
2020
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

Using the initial-query, listener, and remote-filter features of Ignite continuous queries to detect, filter, process, and dispatch real-time events

Real-time handling of streams of business events is a critical part of modern information-management systems, including online transaction processing (OLTP) and online analytical processing (OLAP) systems. This capability is a core part of the event stream processing (ESP) and digital integration hub (DIH) architectures that we reviewed in parts one and two of this series.

 
Aug
20
2020
Posted by ScaleOut Software Blog

Simplifying the Development Process with Mock Environments   This blog post explains how a new software construct called a real-time digital twin running in a cloud-hosted service can create a breakthrough for streaming analytics. Development is fast and straightforward using standard object-oriented techniques, and the test/debug cycle is kept short by making use of a […]

The post Developing Real-Time Digital Twins for Cloud Deployment appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Aug
20
2020
Posted by The ScaleOut Software Blog

Simplifying the Development Process with Mock Environments   This blog post explains how a new software construct called a real-time digital twin running in a cloud-hosted service can create a breakthrough for streaming analytics. Development is fast and straightforward using standard object-oriented techniques, and the test/debug cycle is kept short by making use of a […]

The post Developing Real-Time Digital Twins for Cloud Deployment appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Aug
19
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

Infiswift uses AI to help meet real-world challenges, largely through Internet of Things (IoT) deployments. They optimize the operation of physical devices using connectivity and data. The company’s innovative platform makes it easy to connect and manage any number of endpoints at scale, with security, and to build solutions that open new services or improve existing ones. Infiswift empowers its customers to be data-driven in industries such as renewable energy, agriculture, and manufacturing. Infiswift has chosen MemSQL as the real-time insights engine of its platform to deliver fast, reliable analytics, and to power constantly updated machine learning (ML) models. We’ve …

The post How Infiswift Supercharged Its Analytics for IoT & AI Applications appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Aug
19
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

The sign at the grocery store said “Use Clean Carts to Reduce Fomite Transmission.” Fomite?  I had to look that one up: A fomite (/ˈfoʊmaɪt/) or fomes (/ˈfoʊmiːz/) is any inanimate object that, when contaminated with or exposed to infectious agents (such as pathogenic bacteria, viruses or fungi), can transfer disease to a new host. In simpler terms, fomite ...continue reading Contactless Collaboration

The post Contactless Collaboration appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Aug
13
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

As you may have seen at Intel’s Architecture Day, we are excited to announce the Intel® Server GPU—Intel's first Xe architecture-based discrete graphics processing unit for data centers. Our new GPU is ideally suited for high-density, low-latency Android cloud gaming and high-density media transcode/encode for real-time over the top (OTT) video streaming. As cloud gaming and OTT video streaming grows, Communication Service Providers (CoSPs) and Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) are looking for ways to reduce infrastructure ...continue reading The Intel® Server GPU – ideal for Android cloud gaming and OTT live streaming

The post The Intel® Server GPU – ideal for Android cloud gaming and OTT live streaming appeared first on IT…

 
Aug
12
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

In this Forbes article, Nikita Shamgunov, MemSQL co-founder & co-CEO, discusses that while digital twins are frequently associated with industrial and heavy machinery use cases, a digital twin can be built for any business or product. In fact, other businesses sectors currently exploring and implementing digital twins can be found in consumer electronics and financial services. However, Nikita explains that for a digital twin to work, a business must create a live mirror, or clone, of all the data that is flowing through the veins of the enterprise, and consolidate that data and implement a single pane of glass across all data services …

The post Digital Twins: An Important Next Step In The Data Economy appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Aug
10
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

On Thursday, Aug 6, the Intel Optane team was given the opportunity to share our vision of the evolving memory and storage landscape at Storage Field Day 20. The industry analysts and influencers in attendance gave us a very warm welcome and asked a lot of great questions as well as provided their insights throughout ...continue reading At Storage Field Day, Industry Analysts Applaud Innovation Set in Motion by Intel® Optane™ Technology

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Aug
10
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

The exchange is at the heart of our economic system. From the Rialto in Venice (fourteenth century), the Grand Bazaar in Turkey (seventeenth century), the Amsterdam Bourse in Holland (seventeenth century) and the New York Stock Exchange (twentieth century), markets have purposely been built to be a place for buyers and sellers of goods and services to meet and transact. After the invention of computers, the marketplace went online, the buying and selling that used to take the Spice trader in the Dutch East Indies (now modern-day Indonesia) about a month to listen to prices from the Amsterdam Bourse now …

The post How We Reverse Engineered The Chicago Mercantile Exchange appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Aug
09
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

The following announcement is being released by MemSQL today on the news that MemSQL is being shortlisted as a finalist in two categories for the 2020 SaaS Awards: Best SaaS for Business Intelligence or Analytics, and Best SaaS Innovation in the Internet of Things. MemSQL Shortlisted as a Finalist in the 2020 SaaS Awards International Software Awards Program Recognizes MemSQL Helios for Best SaaS for Business Intelligence or Analytics and Best SaaS Innovation in the Internet of Things   SAN FRANCISCO – AUGUST 10, 2020 – MemSQL, The Database of NowTM for operational analytics and cloud-native applications, is a finalist …

The post MemSQL Shortlisted as a Finalist in the 2020 SaaS Awards appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Aug
07
2020
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

Building an Event Stream Processing Solution With Apache Ignite

In the first article of this three part series, we talked about streaming systems, the associated event paradigm inherent in streams and how these concepts are seen at different levels of abstraction, the characteristics of systems that work with streams and the capabilities a Event Stream Processing (ESP) solution should have.

 
Aug
07
2020
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

Building an Event Stream Processing Solution With Apache Ignite

In the first article of this three part series, we talked about streaming systems, the associated event paradigm inherent in streams and how these concepts are seen at different levels of abstraction, the characteristics of systems that work with streams and the capabilities a Event Stream Processing (ESP) solution should have.

 
Aug
06
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

This blog post describes how Hadoop has moved through the famous Gartner Hype Cycle, and how it is now often combined with SQL-native solutions to deliver results. The author, Yassine Faihe, is Head of International Solution Consulting at MemSQL. This piece originally appeared, in slightly different form, on LinkedIn last December.  Hadoop, which was once poised to rule the large-scale data analytics space and toll the bell for traditional data warehouses, is currently experiencing a hard fall. This apparent decline began nearly ten years ago, when articles and blog posts discussing the failure of Hadoop and questioning its future started …

The post Hadoop: The Chronicle of an Expected Decline appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Aug
06
2020
Posted by ScaleOut Software Blog
In the midst of a pandemic or natural disaster, emergency response teams need to track real-time data to meet constantly evolving situations. Our CEO and founder, Dr. William Bain, discusses how real-time digital twins can help address this challenge in a new Toolbox article.
 
Aug
06
2020
Posted by The ScaleOut Software Blog
In the midst of a pandemic or natural disaster, emergency response teams need to track real-time data to meet constantly evolving situations. Our CEO and founder, Dr. William Bain, discusses how real-time digital twins can help address this challenge in a new Toolbox article.