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Apr
29
2020
Posted by All Things Distributed

The global healthcare pandemic has been like nothing many of us in Europe have ever known. During this time, many organizations have been contemplating their role in the COVID-19 crisis, and how they can best serve their communities. I can tell you it has been no different for us at Amazon Web Services (AWS). We are focused on where we can make the biggest difference, to help the global communities in which we all live and work. This is why today we are announcing that the AWS Europe (Milan) Region is now open. The opening of the AWS (Milan) Region demonstrates our ongoing commitment to the people of Italy and the long-term potential we believe there is in the country.

 
Apr
29
2020
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

We are happy to present the new release of Hazelcast Jet 4.1. Here’s a quick overview of the new features. Extended gRPC Support We’ve applied the lessons learned from the Jet-Python integration and made it easier to integrate a Jet pipeline with gRPC services. The utility class GrpcServices introduces two new ServiceFactorys you can use with the mapUsingServiceAsync transform. Using this feature […]

The post Jet 4.1 is Released appeared first on Hazelcast.

 
Apr
28
2020
Posted by ScaleOut Software Blog

Cloud Software Lets Millions Track Risky Contacts A New Approach: Log Our Own Contacts in Advance As we all know, getting people back to work will require testing and contact tracing. The latter will need armies of people to track down all contacts of each person who tests positive for coronavirus. Leading software companies are […]

The post Voluntary & Anonymous Contact “Self”-Tracing at Scale appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Apr
28
2020
Posted by The ScaleOut Software Blog

Cloud Software Lets Millions Track Risky Contacts A New Approach: Log Our Own Contacts in Advance As we all know, getting people back to work will require testing and contact tracing. The latter will need armies of people to track down all contacts of each person who tests positive for coronavirus. Leading software companies are […]

The post Voluntary & Anonymous Contact “Self”-Tracing at Scale appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Apr
28
2020
Posted by All Things Distributed

La maggior parte di noi, in Europa, non aveva mai conosciuto prima una pandemia globale come quella in corso. Durante questo periodo, molte organizzazioni stanno riflettendo sul proprio ruolo nella crisi COVID-19 e su quale può essere il modo migliore per supportare la propria comunità. Posso dirvi che per noi di Amazon Web Services (AWS) non è stato diverso. Ci siamo concentrati su come e dove avremmo potuto fare la differenza più grande aiutando le comunità globali in cui viviamo e lavoriamo. Con questo obiettivo in mente, oggi annunciamo l'apertura della Regione AWS Europe (Milano). Il lancio della Regione AWS in Italia conferma il nostro costante impegno per gli italiani e rafforza ulteriormente il nostro sostegno al grande potenziale del paese.

 
Apr
28
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

The need to deliver better experience for users and maintain a secure environment at the enterprise level has always been a top priority for our industry. But now with the world’s workforce going remote, the stakes are raised. IT is now responsible for managing up to 100% of their workforce remotely, making Zero Trust and ...continue reading How PCs Drive the Future of Work

The post How PCs Drive the Future of Work appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Apr
28
2020
Posted by ODBMS.org
“Supporting arrays, maps and structs allows customer to simplify data pipelines, unify more of their semi-structured data with their data warehouse as well as maintain better real world representation of their data from relationships between entities to customer orders with item level detail. A good example is groups of cell phone towers that are used […]
 
Apr
27
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Confidential computing is an emerging paradigm in today’s data-centric era that helps maintain privacy and confidentiality regardless of where data is processed. Intel is working to make it possible for customers to maintain control of their data, even when it’s in the cloud. That is why I’m very excited that Microsoft has announced the general ...continue reading Intel Enables Azure Confidential Computing

The post Intel Enables Azure Confidential Computing appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Apr
24
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Introduction Adding a second 100Gb Intel® Omni-Path Architecture Host Fabric Interface (HFI) to an HPC server/node is an easy way to enable 200Gb network capacity to the server. In this article we demonstrate the MPI performance of a dual rail Intel Omni-Path Architecture (Intel® OPA) configuration on some of the latest Intel® Xeon® Gold 6252 ...continue reading 200Gb MPI Performance with Intel Omni-Path Architecture

The post 200Gb MPI Performance with Intel Omni-Path Architecture appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Apr
23
2020
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

Why? Our blog already contains numerous articles about running Hazelcast in containers, but they mainly focus on orchestrated platforms (Kubernetes, ECS, GCP, …). According to a 2018 Docker adoption report, half of the deployments did run in non-orchestrated environments 2 years ago. I didn’t find a similar report from 2020, but I expect the proportion […]

The post Configuring Hazelcast in Non-Orchestrated Docker Environments appeared first on Hazelcast.

 
Apr
22
2020
Posted by ScaleOut Software Blog

The Challenge: Keeping Online Sites Fast In this time of extremely high online usage, web sites and services have quickly become overloaded, clogged trying to manage high volumes of fast-changing data. Most sites maintain a wide variety of this data, including information about logged-in users, e-commerce shopping carts, requested product specifications, or records of partially […]

The post Use Distributed Caching to Accelerate Online Web Sites appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Apr
22
2020
Posted by The ScaleOut Software Blog

The Challenge: Keeping Online Sites Fast In this time of extremely high online usage, web sites and services have quickly become overloaded, clogged trying to manage high volumes of fast-changing data. Most sites maintain a wide variety of this data, including information about logged-in users, e-commerce shopping carts, requested product specifications, or records of partially […]

The post Use Distributed Caching to Accelerate Online Web Sites appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Apr
22
2020
Posted by All Things Distributed

As COVID-19 has disrupted life as we know it, I have been inspired by the stories of organizations around the world using AWS in very important ways to help combat the virus and its impact. Whether it is supporting the medical relief effort, advancing scientific research, spinning up remote learning programs, or standing-up remote working platforms, we have seen how providing access to scalable, dependable, and highly secure computing power is vital to keep organizations moving forward. This is why, today, we are announcing the AWS Africa (Cape Town) Region is now open.

 
Apr
22
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

MemSQL is a state of the art, distributed, scale-out, transaction processing and query execution engine. In the same system, we can do kickass large-scale analytical queries and ultra-low-latency key-value workloads. With the release of MemSQL 7.0 at the end of 2019, our new replication protocol, which is something I am personally very proud of, means we only lose data if there has been catastrophic damage to the cluster. I don’t think there’s any other system in the world that can do what we can do, and you can check our TPC-H, TPC-DS and TPC-C benchmark results to prove it.  Yet, …

The post The Future is Bottomless appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Apr
22
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

We are globally faced with a unique set of circumstances at the moment. This virus is keeping us physically apart, and related business results are impacting all of us. But we can still come together virtually to build a sense of hope and global community. Building Community & Camaraderie  MemSQL is working to do that by reaching out to its employees and the community to put humans – and humanity – back into business.  In an effort to create human connectedness in a time of physical distancing, we have created the ‘Virtual Hug’ movement to instill positivity for all of …

The post Virtual Hug – We Could All Benefit From Some Humanity and Positivity Right Now appeared first on MemSQL Blog.