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Oct
02
2018
Posted by Redis Labs Tech Blog

One of the things that’s so great about Redis is how well it can complement and extend other databases in your ecosystem. While replacing legacy backend databases with newer ones is often seen as expensive and risky, they don’t easily scale in the linear fashion required for users’ ‘instant experience’ expectations. Some of the things... Read more »

The post Redis + MySQL = Fast, Economic Scaling appeared first on Redis Labs.

 
Oct
01
2018
Posted by Redis Labs Tech Blog

Redis Enterprise as an active-active database is ideal for geo-distributed apps. Its architecture is based on breakthrough academic research surrounding conflict-free replicated data types (CRDT). This approach offers many advantages over other active-active databases, including: Local latency for read and write operations, Built-in conflict resolution for simple and complex data types, Cross-region failover, and Streamlined... Read more »

The post How to Set Up a Docker-based Development Environment for Active-Active Redis Enterprise appeared first on Redis Labs…

 
Oct
01
2018
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

President of JD and General Manager of JD’s Big Data and Intelligent Supply Chain Group, Jian Pei (left), and Intel’s Ziya Ma (right), VP and Director of the Big Data Software Technologies, SSG announce the JD Intel Data Computing Joint Lab.   This week in Beijing, Intel and JD celebrated their close partnership and collaboration ...continue reading JD and Intel: Our Collaboration Pushes the Boundaries of Data-Centric Computing

The post JD and Intel: Our Collaboration Pushes the Boundaries of Data-Centric Computing appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Sep
30
2018
Posted by The Morning Paper
Rosetta: large scale system for text detection and recognition in images Borisyuk et al., KDD’18 Rosetta is Facebook’s production system for extracting text (OCR) from uploaded images. In the last several years, the volume of photos being uploaded to social media platforms has grown exponentially to the order of hundreds of millions every day, presenting […]
 
Sep
28
2018
Posted by The Ripple Effect

For Oracle DBAs, the growth of data is proving to be an unrelenting problem, with data volumes persistently overwhelming the amount of memory that’s available to process them. That impacts the performance of Oracle In-Memory Database, delaying insights and hampering productivity.

 
Sep
28
2018
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

Next week, our experts will be speaking at events on three continents – and our technology  evangelist Akmal Chaudhri will at two of them.

 
Sep
28
2018
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

This is week 4 of the Big Data meetup tour. Only one city this week and that was Oslo. So, this meetup report will be quite short.

Day 11: Oslo

Quite a long time ago, I visited Oslo when working for a previous employer. That last trip was in winter time and there was lots of snow. This time, no snow and very mild weather.

 
Sep
28
2018
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

This is week 4 of the Big Data meetup tour. Only one city this week and that was Oslo. So, this meetup report will be quite short.

Day 11: Oslo

Quite a long time ago, I visited Oslo when working for a previous employer. That last trip was in winter time and there was lots of snow. This time, no snow and very mild weather.

 
Sep
27
2018
Posted by The Morning Paper
Columnstore and B+ tree – are hybrid physical designs important? Dziedzic et al., SIGMOD’18 Earlier this week we looked at the design of column stores and their advantages for analytic workloads. What should you do though if you have a mixed workload including transaction processing, decision support, and operational analytics? Microsoft SQL Server supports hybrid […]
 
Sep
27
2018
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Traditionally high-performance computing (HPC) has been focused on modeling and simulation. But things are evolving. New and complex workloads are creating a demand for everything—from the familiar simulation to innovative High Performance Data Analytics (HPDA), visualization, and artificial intelligence (AI)—to run on one smart infrastructure. AI and HPC Trends As the worlds of HPC and ...continue reading The Future Unleashed with HPC, HPDA, and AI

The post The Future Unleashed with HPC, HPDA, and AI appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Sep
27
2018
Posted by Kinetica in Motion

Introduction

This tutorial describes the application of Singular Value Decomposition or SVD to the analysis of sparse data for the purposes of producing recommendations, clustering, and visualization on the Kinetica platform. Sparse data is common in industry and especially in …

 
Sep
27
2018
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

If you’ve wondered what makes MemSQL different, how it fits in the database landscape, and why customers are saying great things about it, our new webinar should help. In the webinar, Mike Boyarski, MemSQL’s Senior …

The post An Introduction to MemSQL appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Sep
27
2018
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

Challenged with scaling stream processing for your organization? Then you'll want to register for our webinar, "Best Practices for Stream Processing with GridGain® and Apache® Ignite™ and Kafka." This free, live webinar is scheduled for Oct. 10 at 11 a.m.

 
Sep
27
2018
Posted by Redis Labs Tech Blog

Supply chain management is at the heart of every retail company’s operations, whether a “mom and pop” shop or an international manufacturer. With the ever-increasing amount of data generated by modern supply chains, new digital technologies such as artificial intelligence and blockchain are poised to disrupt the old ways of managing inventory, suppliers, etc. Our... Read more »

The post 3 Ways Redis Enterprise Powers Enkidoo’s AI appeared first on Redis Labs.

 
Sep
27
2018
Posted by IBM Research Blog
My team at IBM Research-Almaden has created a novel “human-in-the-loop” approach for AI dictionary expansion. Dictionaries and ontologies are foundational elements of systems that extract knowledge from unstructured text, such as natural language processing, information extraction, and many other AI applications. Keeping dictionaries up to date as new content arrives is a crucial operation. We […]