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Aug
21
2019
Posted by ODBMS.org
“The best possible database migration is when you are able to move all your data and stored procedures unchanged(!) to the new system.” — Michael Widenius. I have interviewed Michael “Monty” Widenius,  Chief Technology Officer at MariaDB.  Monty is the “spiritual father” of MariaDB, a renowned advocate for the open source software movement and one of the […]
 
Aug
21
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

In this webinar, which you can view here, MemSQL’s Mike Boyarski describes how real-time fraud detection represents a major digital initiative for banks. He shows how MemSQL gives fraud detection services, along with other real-time analytics, an edge with faster ingest, real-time scoring, and rapid response to a broader set of events. He also describes a major US bank’s implementation of this approach, which is described separately in our case study about fraud detection on the swipe. New Data Initiatives for Banks There’s a great deal of digital transformation occurring around data initiative for banks. Banks are finding a great …

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Aug
21
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

When the Smart China Expo opens next week in Chongqing, in western China, it will be an exciting touchpoint for our customers and partners, for the local government, and for Intel as well. It will also be yet another reminder of what is possible when you combine technology, partnerships and momentum. Helping our partners and ...continue reading Accelerating 5G innovation through a vibrant ecosystem

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Aug
21
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Unless you’ve been on a technology break, you’ve already heard the big news: 5G isn’t just coming—it’s already here. And everything about it is game-changing, particularly its ultra-high reliability which reaches 99.999% uptime and latency of <1 millisecond. 5G brings unstoppable power and potential for countless new use cases, many of which will be dependent ...continue reading Enabling Massive Reliability with Cloudified 5G Networks

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Aug
21
2019
Posted by The Xoriant blog

Key features to look for in Container offerings on Private Cloud 1. Introduction Hitherto, in this multi-part blog series, we focused on the importance of container orchestration technology for enterprises and ISVs (Part 1). Leading Public Cloud Providers offering container...

The post How to Select A Modern Container Orchestration Platform for Your Cloud Apps? Part 3 appeared first on Xoriant Blog.

 
Aug
20
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Statiscal foundations of virtual democracy Kahng et al., ICML’19 This is another paper on the theme of combining information and making decisions in the face of noise and uncertainty – but the setting is quite different to those we’ve been looking at recently. Consider a food bank that receives donations of food and distributes it … Continue reading Statistical foundations of virtual democracy
 
Aug
20
2019
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

We had a great event in Menlo Park earlier this evening at the Bay Area In-Memory Computing Meetup. Catch the two excellent talks by watching the recording below on GridGain's YouTube page. 

The speakers were Nikita Ivanov, Founder & CTO, GridGain Systems and Andy Rivenes [@TheInMemoryGuy], product manager at Oracle for Database In-Memory.

Nikita was up first. His talk was titled: "Ignite Pearls - Insight and Creativity in Distributed Programming."

 
Aug
18
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Robust learning from untrusted sources Konstantinov & Lampert, ICML’19 Welcome back to a new term of The Morning Paper! Just before the break we were looking at selected papers from ICML’19, including “Data Shapley.” I’m going to pick things up pretty much where we left off with a few more ICML papers… Data Shapley provides … Continue reading Robust learning from untrusted sources
 
Aug
16
2019
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

Join us in Menlo Park for the next Bay Area In-Memory Computing Meetup! We'll have two great talks plus dinner, beverages and stellar raffle prizes! This free event is sponsored GridGain Systems & Oracle.Speakers:

 
Aug
14
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

In many organizations, Enterprise Security (ES) architecture has become somewhat of a silo, enforcing rigid standards on solutions development teams. While security is critical to the health of any business, this can cause development teams to be blind to the goals and requirements of other business units, creating isolated and difficult-to-maintain solutions. At Intel, collaboration ...continue reading Collaborative Enterprise Security Architecture Delivers Broad Rewards

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Aug
14
2019
Posted by ScaleOut Software Blog

Real-time digital twins offer an important breakthrough in streaming analytics that maximize situational awareness for live, mission-critical applications, such as security monitoring and disaster recovery. They can continuously track telemetry from many thousands of data sources (such as intrusion monitors and fire alarms) and respond in milliseconds. Unlike traditional stream-processing architectures, they can perform aggregate […]

The post Real-Time Digital Twins Maximize Situational Awareness appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Aug
14
2019
Posted by The ScaleOut Software Blog

Real-time digital twins offer an important breakthrough in streaming analytics that maximize situational awareness for live, mission-critical applications, such as security monitoring and disaster recovery. They can continuously track telemetry from many thousands of data sources (such as intrusion monitors and fire alarms) and respond in milliseconds. Unlike traditional stream-processing architectures, they can perform aggregate […]

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Aug
14
2019
Posted by The Ripple Effect

 

 
Aug
13
2019
Posted by The Xoriant blog

Key features to look for in Container offerings on Public Cloud 1. Introduction In the first part of this multi-part blog series, we looked at the Cloud Conundrum and why enterprises and ISVs would like to build Cloud Agnostic Architecture based...

The post How To Select A Modern Container Orchestration Platform For Your Cloud Apps? – Part 2 appeared first on Xoriant Blog.

 
Aug
13
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

If you’ve ever had a web application freeze while it was calculating something, chances are that performing that computation in a JavaScript Web Worker would help. In this blog post, MemSQL’s David Gomes shows how to create a fully client-side application, using the JavaScript libraries React for the view layer and Redux for the application state layer. Introduction In this article, we’re going to explore how we leverage Web Workers, together with React & Redux, to build a fully client-side web application here at MemSQL. My goal with this article is to highlight a specific use case of Web Workers, …

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