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Transparency is one of those words that, I think, has jumped the shark. It’s become a buzzword, if you will. A word that has lost its original intention. The Enterprise embraced social media, and with that, it seemed every company boasted the hip new tenet of “transparency&...
By ChrisScottThis week I attended the MIL OSS-LANT  (Military Open Source Software) working group. I enjoyed having my brain stretched a bit as I thought about the major transitions we have made in the past decade. Twenty years ago almost everything that DoD purchased was pure GOTS (Go...
Aaron Delp(@aarondelp) had me on the Episode #95 of the CloudCast as a special co-host with AnsibleWorks founder, Michael DeHaan(@laserllama). Michael is somewhat of a cult open source systems management hero if there is such a thing a she has developed the popular Linux provisioning t...
This guest post is by Punit Kulkarni. Punit is the Director of Marketing at Symphony Analytics and a marketing technology enthusiast. He has helped Fortune 500 retailers and brands in building their customer loyalty programs, direct marketing and business analytics. As a trusted co-mar...
Tampa, FL, August 07, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Tampa-based IDEAS4 just launched its new website featuring a portfolio of their work in websites, branding, advertising and print. It’s a big departure from its previous sites where they went into detail about each service. “Our site...
When I talk to ProjectLocker users, one of the most popular questions is whether they should use Subversion or Git. ProjectLocker supports both Subversion and Git, and you can use both types of repositories in your account if you want. At ProjectLocker, we use Git for some projects and...
When I talk to ProjectLocker users, one of the most popular questions is whether they should use Subversion or Git. ProjectLocker supports both Subversion and Git, and you can use both types of repositories in your account if you want. At ProjectLocker, we use Git for some projects and...
By Kimberly KellyToday, Apache Hadoop is one of the most popular open source software frameworks for Big Data. There are many reasons for this, but key among them is the ability to process data in scalable ways. Hadoop can execute commands over data fast. What once was slow or even imp...
The data computation layer of Java aims to reduce the coupling between these two layers and shift the computational workload from them. What are the features of the typical computation layer? What are the advantages and disadvantages of 5 data computation layers of Hibernate, esProc, ...
Toronto, Canada, August 03, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Callnovo (http://www.callnovo.com), a leading Chinese call center provider, announces today that they now have 3,000 call center agents in China. After more than eight years of overseas market development and more than 10 years of steady ...
TechViews: Sonic moves to cloud to utilize big data, Major roadblocks to mobile enterprise apps, Social media natives will change your business Welcome to TechViews We’d like to welcome our This W...
by Joseph Rickert Every month I look forward to getting my copy of AMSTATNEWS, the monthly magazine of the American Statistical Association, in the mail. This July, I was both pleased and bemused by ASA President Marie Davidian’s article Aren’t We Data Science?. I was pleased to see a ...
In an overview of several predictive analytics platforms (including SPSS, Oracle and SAS), Butler Analytics offers this 4.5/5 star review of Revolution R Enterprise: Real analysts use R – well it sounds a bit macho, but actually there is some truth in it. R is the most widely used, and...
Cloud computing: a mixture of risk and reward - but which is greater? Cloud Computing is a business decision, perhaps even before it is a technical problem to solve – after all, there needs to be a business-level understanding of the goals associated with such a technology move. For...
Free 20/20 Edition of Version Management Software Enables Smaller Companies and Teams to Establish a Collaboration Platform for Future SuccessKey Points: All Perforce version management and collaboration products are provided free of charge—including full access to Perforce techn...
Before I personally got involved as an advisor at 10Gen (home of MongoDB) two months ago, I had some wrong impressions. The first one was the name “document data model”. I somehow interpreted that as something to do with “documents” … Continue reading U...
I spent this last week in Budapest, thanks to Balabit, a Hungarian security software company, and fell in love with the city and its people. Budapest has an interesting mix of old world charm and new age coding: a vibrant … Continue reading →
This week I went to Portland, Oregon for the O’Reilly Open Source Convention. OSCON is one of my favorite conferences because of the quality and diversity of the talks. Usually when I go to an event I am too busy presenting, working our booth, or meeting with customers and partne...
If anyone has been reading the news lately you have probably noticed that some information security focused organizations are pretty bad at actual information security. From the NSA allowing a low level administrator to walk out with sensitive data (and … Continue reading →...
by Joseph Rickert Early on, Revolution Analytics realized that R is more than just a tool for statistical computing — it is also the culture that has grown up around the use of the tool. The R culture is open and inclusive, competitive but also nourishing. There is a strong sense of co...
If anyone has been reading the news lately you have probably noticed that some information security focused organizations are pretty bad at actual information security. From the NSA allowing a low level administrator to walk out with sensitive data (and … Continue reading →...
« On surestime toujours les impacts à court terme d’une technologie et on sous-estime ses impacts à long terme » (Roy Amara) Dans la première partie de cette analyse, j’ai annoncé que le nombre d’informaticiens professionnels travaillant dans les organisations...
Latest version extends storage capabilities and enhanced dynamic workload placement to support a variety of cloud service providers' different business requirementsLondon, UK - 25 July 2013 - Leading international provider of cloud orchestration software, Flexiant, today announced V3.1...
By Ryan KamauffHere are the top cyber news and stories of the day. SIM Cards Have Finally Been Hacked, And The Flaw Could Affect Millions Of Phones – “After three years of research, German cryptographer Karsten Nohl claims to have finally found encryption and software flaws...
Extends BridgeHead Software's rapid and reliable management of hospital data to the many healthcare applications built on InterSystems Caché® databasesWOBURN, MA and ASHTEAD, UK - July 24, 2013 - BridgeHead Software today announced its Data Protection Suite for InterSystems C...
Becomes the first development PaaS to offer native support for data migration, sync and cloud service integrationsBrussels, Belgium - July 24, 2013 - CloudBees, Inc., the Java Platform as a Service (PaaS) innovation leader, today announced the acquisition of FoxWeave, a provider of clo...
The US State Department, US Army, FAA and NASA are among the agencies that have adopted Postgres, meeting open source objectives while reducing costs UNITED KINGDOM, London —July 24, 2013- Shrinking budgets and ongoing battles in Congress have prompted US government agencies to t...
UNITED KINGDOM, London - July 24th, 2013 - EnterpriseDB, the leading worldwide provider of enterprise-class PostgreSQL products and Oracle database compatibility solutions, today announced that Hesham El Komy has been appointed to lead its EMEA marketing initiatives as it builds its pr...
The AppDynamics team is in Portland, Oregon this week to showcase AppDynamics at the O’Reilly Open Source Convention. This event is a great opportunity to meet with the community and connect with thought leaders in the open source world. Stop by our booth for office hours if you&...
Wednesday 24 July, 2013 Companies using Android mobile devices can now safeguard their assets and IT infrastructure by using drozer, the new Android security testing framework, to run full security assessments. Previously known as Mercury, drozer allows for dynamic analysis of...
Internet came with many new concepts which mankind uses for its comfort, enjoy, approximately for everything. Nowadays it’s easy to reach our family friends which are sitting far away with latest social networking applications. But it’s just the user side we know, for an ap...
Monday 22 July, 2013 - Opinion in the UK is divided on whether or not progress in manufacturing and digital technology is a good or bad thing As part of a major new exhibition about the future of manufacturing (The Future is Here, 24 July - 29 October), the Design Museum has...
By Bob GourleyPlease take a quick look at our free IP address checker at IPwonk.com   That page does something very simple, it shows what IP address you are using. This use useful for many reasons. One is to confirm whether or not your proxy system is working. There are many ways to hi...
Here are links to my top ten stories that I post on Dice’s Security Community. WordPress, Other CMS Platforms Give Attackers Room For Creativity Market for Fake Social Network Accounts Still Booming Broala commercializes open-source IPS Citrix edges VMware, Microsoft … Cont...
Updated Eclipse Toolkit Bootstraps Development, Continuous Integration, Deployment Environments for Many Popular Technology Stacks, Including Play Framework, GlassFish, Java EE 6 & 7, Scala and MoreBrussels, Belgium - 17th July 2013 - CloudBees, Inc., the Java Platform as a Service...
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Adam Denenberg, VP of Engineering, Huffington Post. Recently we had the real pleasure to sit down for an extended conversation with Adam Denenberg, VP of Engineering at The Huffington Post. Our conversation covered a range of topics including approach to cloud strategy formulation, ...
The most recent edition of the Revolution Newsletter came out a couple of weeks ago. In case you missed it, the news section is below, and you can read the full July edition (with highlights from this blog and community events) online. You can subscribe to the Revolution Newsletter to ...
By Bob GourleyI’ve mentioned before how incredibly proud I am to be on the board of Centripetal Networks, provider of the Rule Gate high performance packet filter/network device and comprehensive solutions like Clean Internet service. Something we have been unable to publicly tal...
By Ryan KamauffThis post was originally posted at Fabien Sanglier’s personal blog, here. As you might remember, we(*) participated in a “Plugfest”(**) earlier this year in San Diego. Here is the summary post of what we built for that occasion: http://fsanglier.blogspo...