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New Adapters Increase Server Virtualisation Density, Connect Hybrid Clouds with Virtual Networks Fabrics, Enable SDN with Open APIs and Optimise Application DeliveryCOSTA MESA, Calif, January 23, 2014 - Emulex Corporation (NYSE:ELX), a leader in network connectivity, monitoring and man...
The Chinese PC vendor that just can’t stop growing has today added another component to its expanding empire by agreeing to buy IBM’s x86 server business for $2.3 billion. Initially rumored almost a year ago, the price of this deal is below the expected range, with IBM appa...
by Joseph Rickert Every once in a while a single book comes to crystallize a new discipline. If books still have this power in the era of electronic media, "Doing Data Science, Straight Talk from the Frontline" by Rachel Schutt and Cathy O’Neil: O'Reilly, 2013 might just be the book th...
Report Recognizes Company Momentum, Product Innovation and Simplified End-to-End Desktop Virtualization Technology at Low CostSANTA CLARA, Calif - January 21, 2014 - NComputing, the leader in accelerating the adoption of desktop virtualization, has been named a "major player" in the ID...
[This article was originally written as a guest post for Puppet Labs and published at their blog on January 9th, 2014.] If you haven’t yet noticed that prioritization of non-functional requirements (NFRs) is changing amongst your user base, you will … Continue reading →
On January 6, 2014, our social media and content friends over at Brafton published an article titled, “Google forgives fast: Rap Genius on the path to SEO recovery.” The article touches on how, if you manage to fall into the dreaded slap of Google, by following the correct ...
The team at AMPLab has announced a developer preview of SparkR, an R package enabling R users to run jobs on an Apache Spark cluster. Spark is an open source project that supports distributed in-memory computing for advanced analytics, such as fast queries, machine learning, streaming ...
It has become fairly fashionable in networking to compare evolving architectures to trends that played out in both compute and storage. The general idea is that if you can identify some architectural truth that is ubiquitous in its application, you can draw conclusions that allow you t...
By Bob GourleyYou know the top federal IT news of 2013, after all, you probably lived it.  We all tracked topics like the Shutdown and its impact on IT, HealthCare.gov, NSA programs, Data Center consolidation efforts. Every one of those stories have something in common. None of them we...
Thank you for watching my product.Now I'm updating sample project. Currently The new project wizard contains the apache Derby database , but sometimes it doesn't work correctly, because the version is low or my handling it is wrong.
Thank you for watching my product.Now I'm updating sample project. Currently The new project wizard contains the apache Derby database , but sometimes it doesn't work correctly, because the version is low or my handling it is wrong.
In case you missed them, here are some articles from December of particular interest to R users: A ComputerWorld tutorial on basic data processing with R. Prediction: R will replace legacy SAS solutions and go mainstream. A chart of the growth of R user groups and local R meetings. I d...
Unless you’ve been on a desert island the last few years, you know how convenient cloud-based apps are. You don’t have to worry about backups, redundancy, upgrade cycles, or any of the other traditional complexities of managing apps for a team. But switching to cloud-based ...
2012 marked the year when Higgs Boson (aka Higgs Particle predicted in 1964)  was discovered at CERN. In order to get to this, immense research was undertaken spanning many years of hard work. One of the main challenges is the data storage of the immense amount of data that is gat...
I joined 600 people last night at a session sponsored by Hive to listen to Doug Cutting, the creator of Hadoop. Currently he is the chief architect at Cloudera and a director at Apache Software Foundation. The hall at NetApp facility was overflowing with an eager audience. Doug spoke a...
By Bob GourleyEditor’s note: My sense is this relationship will have important and positive impacts on many clients leveraging Hadoop in enterprises, especially those that would like to leverage Apache Accumulo. – bg PALO ALTO, CA and SEATTLE, WA–(Marketwired – ...
I joined 600 people last night at a session sponsored by Hive to listen to Doug Cutting, the creator of Hadoop. Currently he is the chief architect at Cloudera and a director at Apache  Software Foundation. The hall at NetApp facility … Continue reading →
Last night I was fortunate enough to speak on running Node.js apps in Windows Azure at NodeMN. The purpose of this post is to provide resources to those who attended the talk or who are otherwise interested or curious about running Node.js apps on Windows Azure. So, without further ado...
New communications, device management and update capabilities enable Internet of Things by facilitating new product/service offerings & easier app updates, patches and bug fixesMaidenhead, UK - January 14, 2014 - Flexera Software, the leading provider of Application Usage Managemen...
For a long time we didn’t limit the amount of memory that you can use during your build on Codeship. There was the possibility of a bad build eating up all of our memory. A few weeks ago that bad … Continue reading →
We had a marvellous series of guest posts here on the blog over the past few weeks. I'd like to give a special thanks to all of our guest bloggers for contributing, with special thanks to Joe Rickert for stepping in as our acting editor for the past 3 weeks. If you were celebrating or ...
Tuesday 14 January, 2014 ApacheCon this year will expand content and networking opportunities for thousands of developers and users working on more than 100 open source software projects. SAN FRANCISCO, January 14, 2014 – The Linux Foundation and The Apache Software Foundatio...
http://www.sdtimes.com/content/article.aspx?ArticleID=67541&page=1 The term Big Data is an all-encompassing phrase that has various subdivisions addressing different needs of the customers. The most common description of Big Data talks about the four V’s: Volume, Velocity, Variety...
http://www.sdtimes.com/content/article.aspx?ArticleID=67541&page=1 The term Big Data is an all-encompassing phrase that has various subdivisions addressing different needs of the customers. The most common description of Big Data talks about the four V’s: Volume, Velocity, Variety...
By Jay Emerson and Mike Kane We’re very happy to announce our recent publication with Steve Weston in the Journal of Statistical Software (JSS), “Scalable Strategies for Computing with Massive Data”, JSS Volume 55 Issue 14. In a nutshell: This paper presents two complementary statistic...
Fremont, CA, January 10, 2014 --(PR.com)-- XA Secure, a leading security solutions company focused on big data, announced today that it has formalized agreements with MapR to enter into its advantage partner. The advantage partner program within MapR enables partners to develop compli...
Leicester, UK - 9th January, 2014 -10ZiG Technology, the only Thin and Zero Client Vendor to offer true versatility at no extra cost, is excited to announce its integration of Citrix Linux Receiver 13.0 into its Thin and Zero Client product range (5748C/5848C/5872/6872). 10ZiG is the ...
By Bob GourleyPentaho enables very powerful, analyst-focused solutions over enterprise data holdings, and is designed to work incredibly well with advanced Big Data infrastructure and other tools, including Cloudera’s CDH, Search and Impala.  If you are an analyst in law enforcem...
New Delhi, India, January 08, 2014 --(PR.com)-- ALi Corporation, a leading Set-Top Box (STB) solution provider, today announced that M3715, a high definition DVB-C system-on-chip STB solution equipped with advanced security, is to be exhibited at ALi’s booth C12, Hall 18 at Conv...
Las Vegas, NV, January 07, 2014 --(PR.com)-- On New Year’s Eve, "The Light", the first-ever nightclub by the creative minds behind Cirque du Soleil in Las Vegas (Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino), launched new designs by renowned Fashion-Tech Designer Anouk Wipprecht a...
New Year’s Resolution: From Jan 6th to Jan 11th, save 25% on all your Linux and Windows Cloud Hosting needs. That’s right. One month, Three months, Six Months or a Full Year of Cloud Servers at 25% off. Resolve to Save Money in 2014. Use Case Sensitive Coupon Code: NYRSaver2014 P...
by Michael Helbraun Michael is member of Revolution Analytics Sales Support team. In the following post, he shows how to synthesize a probability distribution from the opinion of multiple experts: an excellent way to construct a Bayesian prior. There are lots of different ways to forec...
Time is running out for Windows XP and switching to software thin clients is a simple and cost effective solution, says IGELReading, UK, 2 January 2014 - With support for Windows XP set to end in April 2014; IGEL Technology says 2014 is the perfect time to consider software thin client...
After building my environment for JavaServer Faces in the Eclipse IDE it was time to move onto NetBeans. It should be simple, I thought. I was very, very wrong. NetBeans Step 1 Create a new project for Maven->Web Application. Fill … Continue reading →
By Joey EcheverriaEditor’s note: The guest post below from Joey Echeverria first appeared on his Techno Babble blog. I would like to associate myself with his views and have reposted it here with his permission. – bg Some people may find this an odd topic for the first post...
In 2013, we published 84 blogs. This is the 85th. The last of 2013. With the last blog of 2013, instead of chatting about the Cloud, instead of talking about web hosting and instead of talking about how to resolve Linux OS issues, we are going to tackle a much larger topic – one ...
As we close out the year, we asked a few members of the Revolution Analytics team to make a few predictions about big data analytics, data science and R for 2014. Here's what they came up with (including a few from yours truly). Michele Chambers, Chief Strategy Officer and VP Product M...
Setting up a Maven project in NetBeans for the purpose of JEE 6 is simpler than Eclipse. I also had a goal of creating a project that will work in NetBeans and Eclipse when loaded from a Subversion repository. Here … Continue reading →
by Joseph Rickert The Revolution R Enterprise 7.0 Getting started Guide makes a distinction between High Performance Computing (HPC) which is CPU centric, focusing on using many cores to perform lots of processing on small amounts of data, and High Performance Analytics (HPA), data cen...
By Bob GourleySecureNinjaTV’s Alicia Webb continues coverage of FEDcyber 2013 speaking about Big Data and Hadoop with Cloudera’s Federal Sales Engineer Richard Im. Cloudera offers enterprises one place to store, process and analyze all their data, empowering them to extend ...