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AI, ML and ROI – Why your balance sheet cares about your technology choices

Here's what business leaders can do to reduce the costs of their AI projects and see positive business results sooner.

  • by Bill Bodei
  • March 22, 2020

Using Containers As Mini-VMs is NOT Cloud-Native!

Cloud and SaaS companies invented the notion of micro-services and the “cloud-native” model to gain efficient scaling along with continuous development and operations. Legacy approaches don’t work for global services like Facebook, Google or eBay, which are always on. Containers and Docker were created as the ultimate packaging for such micro-services and new orchestration platforms...

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Continuous Analytics: Real-time Meets Cloud-Native

iguazio combines real-time analytics, concurrent processing and cloud-native agility. We started working on this completely new approach to data management after witnessing countless customers struggle with traditional big data and analytics solutions. As a result, we are seeing that iguazio’s platform leads to magnitudes faster time to insights, faster time to market, greater simplicity and...

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AWS S3 Outage Signals We MUST Decentralize Cloud

Earlier this week, a significant portion of the internet was down due to an Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) S3 outage. While AWS blames the problem on the removal of a couple of servers, the real question is why have we created such a dependency on services like AWS?  Won’t it get worse with the coming...

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Serverless: Background, Challenges and Future

Serverless computing is the latest buzz, driven by the digital economy’s demand for instant results without the hassle. The serverless concept is a prepacked flavor of modern cloud-native architecture which decomposes applications to multiple stateless and elastic micro-service tiers. Micro-services shrink or grow to satisfy demand; they are restarted in case of a resource failure...

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Did Amazon Just Kill Open Source?

After this week at re:invent, it is clear that Amazon is unstoppable. AWS announced many more products, all fully integrated and simple to use and if you thought infrastructure companies are its competition, think again. The new Amazon offering competes with established database vendors, the open-source big data eco-system and container eco-system, security software and...

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