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Jun
20
2019
Posted by ODBMS.org
“At some point, most companies come to the realization that the advanced technologies and innovation that allow them to improve business operations also generate increased amounts of data that existing legacy technology is unable to handle, resulting in the need for more new technology. It is a cyclical process that CIOs need to prepare for.” […]
 
Jun
19
2019
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
IMAGE Dear Ray, I’ve been an avid reader and follower of your work since the late 1990s. Your optimism has always been a breath of fresh air. Unfortunately, while you’ve eloquently explained the principal of accelerating returns — Earth is undergoing it’s own non-intuitive systemic changes. In a 2011 interview you explained why you weren’t [...]
 
Jun
19
2019
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
image: above A painting made with AI, from Ai-Da the humanoid robot. — feature — publication: Dezeen section: topic set: story title: AI robot Ai-Da presents her original artworks deck: In University of Oxford exhibition. author: by India Black date: June 2019 note: collected for permanent library archive — introduction — An exhibition of paintings, [...]
 
Jun
19
2019
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

Join us in Copenhagen on June 20 for a gathering of the Data Natives Big Data Copenhagen Meetup.

 
Jun
18
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Nines are not enough: meaningful metrics for clouds Mogul & Wilkes, HotOS’19 It’s hard to define good SLOs, especially when outcomes aren’t fully under the control of any single party. The authors of today’s paper should know a thing or two about that: Jeffrey Mogul and John Wilkes at Google1! John Wilkes was also one … Continue reading Nines are not enough: meaningful metrics for clouds
 
Jun
18
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

A new wave of digital transformation is in progress, and this new wave is powered by the exponential growth in the volume and complexity of data. To make data valuable it must be collected, stored, analyzed, and operationalized so as to drive value. Forrester has conducted a Total Economic Impact (TEI) analysis showing the savings and opportunities made possible for organizations moving to MemSQL. In order to put savings and benefits into context, Forrester conducted case studies with four MemSQL customers. These customers face many of the data infrastructure problems that prevent organizations from using their data effectively, including: Data …

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Jun
18
2019
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

The megatrends that have been driving the adoption of Hazelcast by the world’s largest organizations are now strikingly clear: Enterprises are awash in data and must leverage it for business advantage New applications must process stored and streaming data Application latency is the new downtime. The money is in the microseconds To meet these needs […]

The post Accelerating the System of Now appeared first on Hazelcast.

 
Jun
17
2019
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

MySQL is arguably the most widely used open source database in the world, even if you don't include MariaDB or Percona as a variant. But it has a host of challenges and options to solve them.

 
Jun
16
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Towards multiverse databases Marzoev et al., HotOS’19 A typical backing store for a web application contains data for many users. The application makes queries on behalf of an authenticated user, but it is up to the application itself to make sure that the user only sees data they are entitled to see. Any frontend can … Continue reading Towards multiverse databases
 
Jun
15
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

As a long-time supporter of high performance computing (HPC), I am excited to see more businesses and industries gaining access to HPC’s transformative power to deliver their next groundbreaking product or world-changing scientific discovery. It also is invigorating to see the new and different ways that HPC capabilities are being delivered and enabled by this ...continue reading Cloud Delivery Drives New Opportunities for HPC-Enabled Innovation

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Jun
14
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

While the cloud has been viable for some time for a number of HPC workloads and use cases, it hasn’t been a practical option for most users. However, that is rapidly changing. Cloud Service Providers and their partners are now offering HPC as a Service (HPCaaS) via fully-orchestrated services that provision a familiar, compatible, and ...continue reading HPC in the Cloud

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Jun
13
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
A case for managed and model-less inference serving Yadwadkar et al., HotOS’19 HotOS’19 is presenting me with something of a problem as there are so many interesting looking papers in the proceedings this year it’s going to be hard to cover them all! As a transition from the SysML papers we’ve been looking at recently, … Continue reading A case for managed and model-less inference serving
 
Jun
13
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

At my first Infocomm as part of the Intel Unite® solution team, I am excited to be surrounded by other leaders in the AV industry. We are making critical advancements, like our announcement of the Intel Unite® Cloud Service, that will bring modern, seamless collaboration to employees and students across a wide range of organizations. ...continue reading Intel Unite® solution: Seamless collaboration for all

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Jun
12
2019
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

The GridGain Data Lake Accelerator, released today, is an in-memory solution for digital businesses that need to enrich operational data with historical data stored in data lakes to improve real-time analyti

 
Jun
12
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

In the early days of Intel’s connection to the internet, (the mid- to late 90s), I was largely responsible for defending Intel from internet-originated threats, along with making sure that internet services were up and running. My strategy relied primarily on preventative controls, implemented through a complex series of router access lists, configuration, and DMZ ...continue reading Hunting the One Percent: Security Then and Now

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