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Oct
25
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

An Intel marketing team recently approached the Intel Science and Technology Center for Visual Cloud Systems with a request. They were looking for traffic video clips to use at trade shows and in demos and wondered if we could provide some from our Smart City Testbed in Pittsburgh. As we delved a little deeper on ...continue reading Overcoming Visual Analysis Paralysis

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Oct
24
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Task-based effectiveness of basic visualizations Saket et al., IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics 2019 So far this week we’ve seen how to create all sorts of fantastic interactive visualisations, and taken a look at what data analysts actually do when they do ‘exploratory data analysis.’ To round off the week today’s choice is … Continue reading Task-based effectiveness of basic visualizations
 
Oct
24
2019
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

My acquaintanceship with PostgreSQL started back in 2009 - the time when many companies were trying to board the social networking train by following Facebook's footsteps. An employer I used to work for was not an exception. Our team was building a social networking platform for a specific audience and faced various architectural challenges. For instance, soon after launching the product and getting a high load, we noticed that Postgres was beginning to "choke".

 
Oct
24
2019
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

My acquaintanceship with PostgreSQL started back in 2009 - the time when many companies were trying to board the social networking train by following Facebook's footsteps. An employer I used to work for was not an exception. Our team was building a social networking platform for a specific audience and faced various architectural challenges. For instance, soon after launching the product and getting a high load, we noticed that Postgres was beginning to "choke".

 
Oct
23
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Fossil fuel sparked innovation that drove the Second Industrial Revolution. Data is fuel for the current revolution and is expected to generate $13 trillion in new global activity by 2030. Who’s going to win the battle for leadership in the data economy? The winners will be those who can tap, refine and use the vast ...continue reading Playing to Win in the Data-Centric Economy

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Oct
23
2019
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

We are excited to introduce Hazelcast Jet 3.2, the latest version of Hazelcast’s batch and stream processing platform. We’ve added a number of powerful capabilities that not only expands the addressable use cases, but also further simplifies your application development efforts. Stateful Mapping Operator Jet now has support for more general fault-tolerant, stateful operations that […]

The post Hazelcast Jet 3.2 is Released appeared first on Hazelcast.

 
Oct
22
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Futzing and moseying: interviews with professional data analysts on exploration practices Alspaugh et al., VAST’18 What do people actually do when they do ‘exploratory data analysis’ (EDA)? This 2018 paper reports on the findings from interviews with 30 professional data analysts to see what they get up to in practice. The only caveat to the … Continue reading Futzing and moseying: interviews with professional data analysts on exploration practices
 
Oct
21
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

MemSQL VP of Product Rick Negrin describes the upcoming MemSQL 7. 0 in depth. He describes crucial features such as fast synchronous replication, for transaction resilience, and SingleStore, which leads to lower total cost of ownership (TCO) and more operational flexibility, at both the architectural and operational levels. This blog post focuses on MemSQL 7.0 and the new features in MemSQL Studio. It’s based on the third part of our recent webinar, MemSQL Helios and MemSQL 7.0 Overview. (Part 1 is here; Part 2 is here.) This blog post includes our most detailed description yet of the upcoming MemSQL 7.0, …

The post Why MemSQL? MemSQL 7.0 In Depth appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Oct
21
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

This blog post shares the second part of our recent webinar, MemSQL Helios and MemSQL 7.0 Overview. (Part 1 is here.) In this part, Rick delivers a deep dive into MemSQL Helios, the new, elastic, on-demand cloud service from MemSQL. He describes the features of MemSQL Helios in depth, and delivers a demo. In the last part, Rick describes highlights of the upcoming MemSQL 7.0. Helios is our fully managed on-demand elastic version of MemSQL. Up to now, you could only download MemSQL software and run it yourself. Now, with Helios, MemSQL will now take care of things like provisioning, …

The post MemSQL Helios & 7.0 Overview, Part 2 appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Oct
21
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

This blog post shares the initial section of our recent webinar, MemSQL Helios and MemSQL 7.0 Overview. In this first part, Rick draws the big picture as to the need for a new approach to data processing, and shows how MemSQL fits the bill. In the second and third parts, Rick introduces MemSQL Helios, the new, elastic, on-demand cloud service from MemSQL, and describes highlights of the upcoming MemSQL 7.0. MemSQL Helios is brand new, and MemSQL 7.0 is the best version of our product we’ve done yet. It’s a great opportunity to be able to talk about it. I’m …

The post MemSQL Helios & 7.0 Overview, Part 1 appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Oct
21
2019
Posted by The Ripple Effect

It’s an old adage: You’re only as good as the company you keep. And lately, we’ve been keeping some great company.

 
Oct
20
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Vega-lite: a grammar of interactive graphics Satyanarayan et al., IEEE transactions on visualization and computer graphics, 2016 From time to time I receive a request for more HCI (human-computer interaction) related papers in The Morning Paper. If you’ve been a follower of The Morning Paper for any time at all you can probably tell that … Continue reading Vega-Lite: a grammar of interactive graphics
 
Oct
19
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Cyber-attacks are getting more sophisticated, and invaders are always on the lookout for the next surface of attack. As an industry, we have gotten good at software and OS-level protection. Virtualization-based technology has helped improve the security at the OS level. That means we are likely to see more hackers go after surfaces below that ...continue reading Foundational PC Protection for the Changing Security Landscape

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Oct
17
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
HackPPL: a universal probabilistic programming language Ai et al., MAPL’19 The Hack programming language, as the authors proudly tell us, is “a dominant web development language across large technology firms with over 100 million lines of production code.” Nail that niche! Does your market get any smaller if we also require those firms to have … Continue reading HackPPL: a universal probabilistic programming language
 
Oct
17
2019
Posted by Kinetica in Motion

As we reach a point where every business is responsible not just for what they produce or the services they provide, but also for the effectiveness of their data analysis, it’s essential to understand the active analytics process. Combining continuous …