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Prof. Roberto V. Zicari is the editor of -The Resource Portal for Big Data, New Data Management Technologies and Data Science.
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Q1. What are the main lessons you have learned from managing large clusters at scale? A. Don’t plan on scripting and maintaining that code indefinitely. Use different zones for different workloads to isolate - or S3-based
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I was happy to collaborate with on this Free Book.
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German Pavilion is opening now with “Unbuilding Walls. From Death Strip to Freespace”
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Google and Facebook accused of breaking GDPR laws
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Biennale di Venezia 8h
Denmark Pavilion presents “Possible Spaces – Sustainable Development Through Collaborative Innovations”. Opening now at
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European Commission 🇪🇺 10h
What are your new rights? What is the right to be forgotten? Our official website provides you with more information →
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Reza Zadeh 11h
Software Engineering is evolving for Machine Learning. New forthcoming tools: - Version control for ML models & pipelines - IDEs for neural network architectures - Compilers & Hardware Instruction sets for AI chips - Programming languages with stochastic functions that learn
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Very interesting!
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odbms.org May 24
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LowLatencyDB May 23
eXtremeDB running on E8 Storage sets multiple records in STAC benchmark tests
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MelKo73 May 23
Great read on , and Architectures!
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odbms.org May 23
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odbms.org May 23
Ben Vandiver, CTO, Vertica: "I spent many years at MIT, picking up a bachelor’s, master’s, and PhD (My thesis was on Byzantine Fault Tolerance of Databases). I have a passion for teaching, having spent several years teaching computer science."
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odbms.org May 23
This should be of interest for you. You can download a 178 pages on and , I edited for
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Biennale di Venezia May 23
The Special Project Corte del Forte by Rintala Eggertsson is opening now at Forte Marghera
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odbms.org May 23
"The fundamental difference is that Enterprise Mode deployments must provision storage capacity for the entire dataset whereas Eon Mode deployments are recommended to have for the working set. Eon Mode has a lightweight re-subscribe and cache warming step"
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odbms.org May 23
" Mode is a new architecture that places the on a reliable, cost-effective , while matching Vertica Enterprise Mode’s performance on existing workloads and supporting entirely new use cases. "
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odbms.org May 23
"With Mode, is moving from simply integrating with services to introducing a core architecture optimized specifically for the cloud, so customers can capitalize on the economics of compute and storage separation."
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odbms.org May 23
" I started the mode project 2 ½ years ago to enable to take advantage of variable workloads and shared storage, both on-premises and in the . Upon promotion to CTO, I continue to remain engaged with development as a core architect"
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