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Jupiter, FL, October 28, 2013 --(PR.com)-- PayVisors today announced the release of the latest version of UniPay, the leading Web Commerce Platform for Corporations, Software Companies and Payment Service Providers. Web Commerce - which includes any Web-based Payment Transaction - is...
By Bob GourleyWe produced this list as an aid to the enterprise CTO seeking information on the most capable mission-enabling infrastructure technologies. This is a companion piece to our list of the top analytical technologists on our Analyst One website. Our methodologies are at the b...
By Paul GoldernbergEditor’s note: In this guest post Paul Goldernberg brings more focus to the cyber security concerns facing many Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs). NGO’s are typically non-profit organizations that pursue social aims. With over 1.5 million NGOs in the ...
By Bob GourleyOne of my favorite events of the year is Hadoop World. It is, as the name suggests, about Hadoop and the mission supporting applications a Hadoop-based framework can support. It is an event packed full of content on serious Hadoop related topics like Impala, Sentry, Cloud...
Today the AppDynamics team made our way to Raleigh, North Carolina for All Things Open. If you aren’t familiar with All Things Open dedicated to open source in the enterprise. It was a great event and a chance to interact with some of the brightest people in technology. AppDynami...
Do you want to create your own “Wikipedia”? There is no need to reinvent the wheel. If you require a platform for a high-traffic website, you should definitely consider running it with MediaWiki. This application is a server-based scalable software written in PHP, using a backend datab...
By Bob GourleyThe term “In-Memory Computing” is in growing use among federal technologists. The term refers to the ability to store and process data directly in the main Random Access Memory (RAM) of a computer vice storing the data off into slow devices like hard disks. By...
Just replace Google with Microsoft and turn back the clock by 15-20 years in the below article and you will notice striking similarities in their strategies to capture the market: Google’s iron grip on Android: Controlling open source by any means necessary | Ars Technica. The dec...
[email protected] Enables Olery's Marketing Users to Rapidly Create Custom Integration Events in Minutes with No Need for Programming or IT AssistanceBRUSSELS, BELGIUM - October 22, 2013 - CloudBees, Inc., the enterprise Platform as a Service (PaaS) innovation leader, today announced Olery, ...
This article originally appeared on ProgrammableWeb. There has been so much talk about APIs and how they add additional revenue channels, create brand new partnerships, allow business partners to integrate with ease, and how they help with promoting your brand. … Read more&#...
At Temple University’s symposium in honor of the inauguration of the University’s new president, on Oct. 18, 2013. NOTE: Live-blogging. Getting things wrong. Missing points. Omitting key information. Introducing artificial choppiness. Over-emphasizing small matters. Paraphrasing badly....
By Bob GourleyIf you are going to be in DC 7 Nov and are a technologist that fields solutions into federal agencies here is a great opportunity to dive into the in-memory capabilities of Enterprise Ehcache. This two hour workshop is a great way to accelerate your own technical understa...
By Bob GourleyEditor’s note: This list first appeared on our site Analyst One. -bg In March 2011 Businessweek quoted Cloudera’s Mike Olson describing a “Cambrian explosion” of corporate analytical technology. Mike really nailed it with that one. With the continu...
by Joseph Rickert The 2013 Mining Big Data Camp was held last Saturday at Ebay’s Town Hall Conference Center in San Jose. The San Francisco chapter of the ACM has been sponsoring this data mining themed, “un-conference” event since 2009. Attendance, this year was lighter than I remembe...
Today we’ll show you how to deploy ContentBox, a professional open source Modular CMS that allows you to easily build websites, blogs, wikis and complex web applications to the Jelastic Cloud. It’s built with a secure and flexible modular core, designed to scale, and provides world-cla...
I attended a meetup last night in MountainView, sponsored by Oracle. David Rubin, head of Oracle’s NoSQL team presented the recent advances made to their NoSQL product. This code base was acquired by Oracle 6 years ago from Sleepycat Software, … Continue reading →
DataStax Startup Programme lets startups deploy DataStax Enterprise (DSE) applications for free; gives small companies the tools they need to grow their business quicklyFree online training courses teach users how to develop and administer big data applications with Apache CassandraNew...
At the annual Strangeloop tech conference in St. Louis, several women presenters gave important lessons that all developers can use on how to become better coders – and successful team members. The conference had dozens of sessions on advanced programming … Continue reading ͛...
Hyderabad, India, October 16, 2013 --(PR.com)-- CommLab India, a leading eLearning solutions provider, has recently announced the “Choose your New Year Gift” contest. The contest offers learning professionals a unique opportunity to get a free eLearning course of their cho...
Wednesday 16 October, 2013 Foundation of next-generation Open Source Big Data Cloud computing platform runs multiple applications simultaneously to enable users to quickly and efficiently leverage data in multiple ways at supercomputing speed. Forest Hill, MD –16 October 2013...
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Instant API Management with Intel and Amazon Did you know you can get started with Intel Expressway API Manager on AWS Marketplace today with only a few clicks? You can have instant API Management and enhanced EC2 security for applications and services exposed from public or hybrid clo...
In case you missed them, here are some articles from September of particular interest to R users: Todd Schneider wrote an algorithm in R to find the "most concave" US state (it's NY), and created an animation to show how it works. Rob Hyndman (of the "forecast" package) describes how R...
by Joseph Rickert R would probably not be the first language that pops into the mind of an engineer who is looking for signal processing software. However, I think anyone who looks into what R can do in this area would be very pleasantly surprised. The bulk of R’s basic signal processi...
Erik Martin is giving a talk at the Nieman Foundation. He’s the general manager of Reddit.com. (Disclosure: We’re friendly.) He tells us that Reddit gets 5 billion page views per month, and 70 million unique visitors. NOTE: Live-blogging. Getting things wrong. Missing points. Omitting ...
This week Plexxi has been busy at the Interop New York Conference and Expo. We were most excited to share our new #socksofplexxi at the conference this week. If you have been in attendance you may have spotted the brightly colored gems walking around the conference floor. Here are a fe...
By Bob GourleyStrata and Hadoop World is coming!  It will be held 28-30 Oct in NYC. If your organization uses information and if you play a role in collecting, moving, storing security and/or analyzing it, come interact with your peers from other information intensive organizations and...
The first thought that came to mind when I saw this book was, "Uhg, another Scrum book, you've got to be kidding me." Then the title of Scrum Shortcuts really gave me a sickening feeling. The majority of the Scrum teams I have watched work do nothing but take shortcuts. They sure as he...
If you missed last week's webinar with John Kreisa from Hortonworks (hosted by Data Science Central), we described how R fits into the Modern Data Architecture. Not only can you extract and distil data in Hadoop with the open-source RHadoop project, but with the forthcoming release of ...
Two visionary Kaazing engineers, David Witherspoon and Prashant Khanal, gave an exciting presentation at JavaOne this year: JMS, WebSocket, and the Internet of Things — Controlling Physical Devices on the Real Time Web. David and Prashant led the audience through the … Continue r...
Seattle/New York/London/Bangalore — 1st October 2013Aditi Technologies (www.aditi.com), a leader in cloud technologies and customer centric software design, today announced a new partnership with Appcelerator®, the leading mobile enterprise platform provider, to meet the gro...
By Bob GourleyCloudera’s support for Apache Accumulo should be viewed as a very positive step by anyone using Apache Hadoop. Now the same team that integrates the many open source Hadoop-related projects into the 100% open source Hadoop Distribution CDH (Cloudera Distribution inc...
In all honesty, I first submitted the abstract for a talk on Software Defined Storage to SNIA very early this year. It seemed like a different world then, and I really had no idea what I was getting into. For the purposes of full disclosure, I was the
Statistical forecasting is a critical component of every modern business, and Rob J Hyndman, Professor of Statistics at Monash University, is an expert in the field. He's the co-author of several books on forecasting, including Forecasting: Principles and Practice, a free on-line book ...
The latest update to the open source R project, R 3.0.2, is now available. This incremental update, codenamed "Frisbee Sailing", mainly fixes some minor bugs, improves the organization of the distribution, improves performance in some areas, and adds a few small features (see the NEWS ...
Introduction to PCI DSS and the Cloud The news is always full of major incidents of consumer credit card information being compromised. To protect against dangerous hacks that can lead to thefts of business data or customer identities, best practices are set forth in the Payment Card I...
Leading retail intelligence technology group Cogenta (www.cogenta.com) has launched Retail Insight, an innovative Cloud-based pricing intelligence application which enables retailers, manufacturers and brand managers to stay one step ahead of their competition. By utilising the excepti...
I had a fun time on Friday in a Google Hangout chat with David Pittman (IBM), Eric Kavanagh (Bloor Group) and Tom Deutsch (IBM), where we talked about how open source is changing business. The conversation covered several open source projects including R and Hadoop, and ranged from the...
By Kimberly KellyWith this post I start with the basics on Hadoop, including its history. The story starts with the early days of Google. Engineers needed to design new ways to store and process and retrieve data that would scale to very large sizes. The published two papers on their d...
By Kimberly KellyIt is always interesting when two hot technologies come together. The CA based software house, GridGain, has brought together In-Memory and Hadoop by offering a high-performance in-memory file system. It is even 100% compatible with HDFS. GridGain File System (GGFS) is...