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Apr
14
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Time protection: the missing OS abstraction Ge et al., EuroSys’19 Ever since the prominent emergence of timing-based microarchitectural attacks (e.g. Spectre, Meltdown, and friends) I’ve been wondering what we can do about them. When a side-channel is based on observing improved performance, a solution that removes the improved performance can work, but is clearly undesirable. […]
 
Apr
12
2019
Posted by Kinetica in Motion

In the previous post, we showed you how to import our Meetup.com data into the Kinetica database, and use Reveal to analyze and visualize this data. What if you want to create your own application to include this data …

 
Apr
12
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

The journey to transform your data center to a modern autonomous data center can be a reality. What is a modern autonomous data center? Well, it’s taking the latest hardware from compute, storage, scheduling and orchestration, memory, network, and accelerators and combining it with software automation for management and infrastructure efficiency. While this sounds exciting, ...continue reading From Concept to Reality. So… are you ready to rock on telemetry?

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Apr
12
2019
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

Join me April 23 at 1740 Broadway in Manhattan as I host the next NYC In-Memory Computing Meetup!

 
Apr
11
2019
Posted by The Morning Paper
Master of web puppets: abusing web browsers for persistent and stealthy computation Papadopoulus et al., NDSS’19 You’ve probably heard about crypto-currency mining and the like in hijacked browsers. From a security perspective, a fundamental problem of web applications is that by default their publisher is considered as trusted, and thus allowed to run JavaScript code […]
 
Apr
11
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

SSIMWAVE customers work to some of the highest standards in the world – from film producers to network engineers to media business executives. They demand to work with the best. SSIMWAVE also works at that level, as the company’s 2015 Emmy award for engineering achievement demonstrates. They also ask the same high standards of their technology vendors/partners. For SSIMWAVE’s rather comprehensive analytics needs, only one database makes the grade: MemSQL. SSIMWAVE has unique technology and unique analytics needs. SSIMWAVE mimics the human visual system, enabling the software to quantify the quality of video streams, as perceived by viewers, into a …

The post Emmy-Winning SSIMWAVE Chooses MemSQL for Scalability, Performance, and More appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Apr
11
2019
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
IMAGE group: World Science Foundation story title: Have humans ushered-in a new geological epoch? author: by Julie Rossman + Laura Dattaro date: August 2016 — the story — Next time you eat on a chicken wing, pay attention to where you discard the left-over bones. You might be telling future archaeologists about a very specific [...]
 
Apr
10
2019
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
IMAGE   radio show: Midnight in the Desert episode title: Professor says black holes mathematically impossible date: October 2014 host: Dave Schrader guest: http://midnightinthedesert.com/professor-says-black-holes-mathematically-impossible/ — about the episode — A conundrum: black holes don’t exist — at least according to math calculations by physicist Laura Mersini-Houghton PhD — at the University of North Carolina. Because [...]
 
Apr
10
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

In this blog post, the first in a two-part series, I’m going to describe pre-modern databases: traditional relational databases, which support SQL but don’t scale out, and NoSQL databases, which scale out but don’t support SQL. In the next part, I’m going to talk about modern databases – which scale out, and which do support SQL – and how they are well suited for an important new workload: operational analytics. In the Beginning: OLTP Online transaction processing (OLTP) emerged several decades ago as a way to enable database customers to create an interactive experience for users, powered by back-end systems. …

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Apr
10
2019
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

MemSQL has been designed and developed as a distributed relational database, bringing the effectiveness of the relational database model into the new world of the cloud, containers, and other software-defined infrastructure. Today, most of our customers run our software using some combination of the cloud and containers, with many also running it on-premises. Today, we are purveyors of the leading platform-independent NewSQL database. Having recently joined the Cloud Native Computing Federation, we’d like to take this opportunity to answer the question: “What makes a database cloud-native?” Cloud-Native Software Definition There are many definitions of “cloud-native software” available. 451 Research states …

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Apr
10
2019
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

An investment in ecosystem partners to bring cutting-edge, customized, accelerated solutions to drive innovation and growth across data centric markets. It’s no secret that the pace of innovation is accelerating faster than we’ve ever seen before. A new era of data-centric computing innovation is being driven by not only a massive volume of data being ...continue reading World’s Largest Intel FPGA China Innovation Center

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Apr
10
2019
Posted by The Xoriant blog

The Shift From .Net Framework to .Net Core Established in the early 2000s, .Net framework was introduced as a choice of technology in many organizations and enterprises for developing customer-facing applications and back office applications. Soon after its launch, there...

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Apr
09
2019
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
IMAGE publication: Time for year: 2011 list: the Time 100: the most influential people in the world format: readers choice poll description: The poll asks Time magazine readers to vote for the leaders, artists, innovators, icons and heroes they think are the most influential people in the world. The top 100 names selected are included [...]
 
Apr
09
2019
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
This post is under construction, thanks for your patience. — managing librarian             www.stanfordchildrens.org/en/topic/default?id=deformational-plagiocephaly-90-P01834 www.livescience.com/13315-deformational-plagiocephaly-infant-head-deformity.html