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Mar
10
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

A new Trend Report from DZone highlights the move to cloud databases. The report paints a bright picture for cloud database adoption, with roughly half of developers asserting that all of their organization’s data will be stored in the cloud in three years or fewer. You can get a copy of the report by request from MemSQL. DZone has issues a new trend report on cloud databases. In the report, leaders in the database space focus on specific use cases, calling out the factors that help you decide what you need in any database, especially one that’s in the cloud. …

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Mar
10
2020
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

Machine learning projects can be split into two phases: Training Inference During the training phase, data science teams have to obtain, analyze and understand available data and generalize it into a mathematical model. The model uses the features of the sample data to reason about data it has never seen. Although it can be completely […]

The post Machine Learning Inference at Scale appeared first on Hazelcast.

 
Mar
10
2020
Posted by The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid Blog

We’re happy to introduce Hazelcast Jet 4.0 and its new features. This release was a significant effort and featured 230 PRs merged which makes it one of our biggest releases in terms of new features. Distributed Transactions Jet previously had first-class support for fault tolerance through implementation of the Chandy-Lamport distributed snapshotting algorithm, which requires […]

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Mar
09
2020
Posted by The Ripple Effect

With a major U.S. election looming, fundamental changes in EU trading relationships, and a potential trade deal between the U.S. and China, 2020 had already begun with a healthy dose of business uncertainty. Then came the Coronavirus.  

 
Mar
09
2020
Posted by The Ripple Effect

With a major U.S. election looming, fundamental changes in EU trading relationships, and a potential trade deal between the U.S. and China, 2020 had already begun with a healthy dose of business uncertainty. Then came the Coronavirus.  

 
Mar
09
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

My colleagues and I are proud of the flourishing high-volume business that Intel® Silicon Photonics has become since entering production in late 2016. Leading cloud service providers have now deployed more than three million of our 100G transceivers, and we continue to ship at a run rate of approximately two million units per year. Our ...continue reading Industry-First Co-Packaged Optics Ethernet Switch Solution with Intel Silicon Photonics

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Mar
05
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

“We want to use machine learning and advanced analytics to gain insights and do more with the flood of useful data at our fingertips, but our infrastructure can't keep up.” Sound familiar? I hear this lament every week as I talk to enterprise customers working with a wide range of workloads, from financial trading to ...continue reading Give Your Database Apps a Performance Boost with a New Memory Tier

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Mar
04
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

Solutions Engineer Mihir Bhojani presents a 20-minute technical overview of MemSQL Helios. In this webinar recap, we present the key points of the interview, and give you a chance to review them at your leisure. You can also view the MemSQL Helios Technical Overview.  In this webinar, we’ll cover what exactly MemSQL Helios is and how it compares with self-managed MemSQL, which you download yourself, provision, and run in the cloud or on-premises. With MemSQL Helios, MemSQL provisions the hardware in the cloud and runs MemSQL itself; you just set up tables and manage your data. After describing Helios, I’ll …

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Mar
03
2020
Posted by The Morning Paper
 
Mar
03
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

As described in the recent [email protected] white paper, “Building a Multi-Cloud-Ready Enterprise Network,” internal and external forces are driving network transformation at Intel. These include a steady 15 percent or more annual growth in demand for network bandwidth, budget pressures, adoption of public cloud services, and an evolving and complex cybersecurity landscape. To keep up ...continue reading Multi-Cloud Network Supports Private and Public Cloud Use Cases

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Mar
03
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Intel’s newest smart office building in Petach Tikva, Israel (PTK1) uses a broad range of smart technologies from multiple vendors, including temperature and lighting controls and thousands of sensors of various types. The technologies work in concert to increase operational efficiencies, reduce maintenance tasks and costs, and provide Intel’s workforce with a user-friendly work environment ...continue reading Creating a Standardized Framework to Help Land Smart Building Vendors

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Mar
01
2020
Posted by The Morning Paper
Firecracker: lightweight virtualisation for serverless applications, Agache et al., NSDI’20 Finally the NSDI’20 papers have opened up to the public (as of last week), and what a great looking crop of papers it is. We looked at a couple of papers that had pre-prints available last week, today we’ll be looking at one of the … Continue reading Firecracker: lightweight virtualization for serverless applications
 
Feb
29
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

This webinar concludes our three-part series on cloud data migration. In this session, Domenic Ravita actually breaks down the steps of actually doing the migration, including all the key things you have to do to prepare and guard against problems. Domenic then demonstrates part of the actual data migration process, using MemSQL tools to move data into MemSQL Helios.  About This Webinar Series This is the third part of a three-part series. First, we had a session on migration strategies; broad-brush business considerations to think about, beyond just the technical lift and shift strategy or data migration. And the business …

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