software, tensorflow

Tensor2Tensor, XebiaLabs DevOps Platform, and Syncsort’s DMX CDC — SD Times news digest: June 20, 2017

Google is making it easier to experiment with deep learning technologies with the release of Tensor2Tensor (T2T). T2T is an open source system for training deep learning mobiles with TensorFlow, Google’s software library for machine intelligence. With T2T, users can create models for apps like translation, parsing, image captioning and more. T2T includes a library … continue reading

Oath makes first Yahoo open source contribution with Bullet

Oath is releasing its first solution into open source, thanks to the recently announced acquisition of Yahoo by Verizon. The company announced the contribution of Bullet, Yahoo’s real-time query engine. Oath is a subsidiary of Verizon, and home to more than 50 media and technology brands. Just this week, Verizon announced it has officially completed … continue reading

Databricks Serverless

Spark Summit: Databricks advances its deep learning and Apache Spark solutions

Databricks announced new plans to make working with deep learning and analytics easier for the Apache Spark community at this week’s Spark Summit in San Francisco. The company unveiled a new serverless platform, a new Apache Spark library for deep learning, and the availability of its stream processing solution. Databricks Serverless is a fully managed … continue reading

TIBCO StreamsBase 10, Cask Data Application Platform 4.2, and DARPA selects Intel for AI project — SD Times news digest: June 7, 2017

TIBCO announced the latest version of its streaming analytics solution TIBCO StreamBase 10. The release brings together predictive and streaming technologies with best practices to develop and scale applications, making it ideal for IoT use cases and other solutions that require intelligence at speed, according to the company. StreamBase 10 features support for popular DevOps … continue reading

When data gets big: Best practices for data preparation at scale

Today we work with data that has grown up in diversity, scale and complexity — this applies to not only data scientists and academic researchers, but also the rest of us. Business analysts across a spectrum of industries are asked to include larger volumes of data in their work, now pervasive due to diminishing costs … continue reading

HyperGrid introduces pay as you use model, CA’s new agile capabilities, and VMware platform updates — SD Times news digest: June 6, 2017

HyperGrid announced the next phase of HyperGrid to include HyperCloud, its on-premises pay as you use pricing model. It also announced the addition of new hybrid cloud decision intelligence features, which were added from the company’s recent acquisition of XOcur. “Delivering unified cloud services, quickly, simply and in a pay as you use model on premises … continue reading

Microsoft’s Cognitive Toolkit 2.0, Apple’s developer earnings, and Dotty 0.1.2-RC1 — SD Times news digest: June 2, 2017

Microsoft is continuing to make advancements in artificial intelligence. This week, the company announced the new version of its Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit (previously known as CNTK), which is used in production-grade enterprise deep learning workloads. The toolkit includes new features since its beta release in October 2016. With the new release, Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit gets … continue reading

Cloudera Atlus

Cloudera introduces Altus, MapR’s new Quick Start Solution, and Realm Functions — SD Times news digest: May 24, 2017

Cloudera is launching a new Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offering to simplify Big Data workloads in the cloud. Altus is designed for large-scale data processing applications on the public cloud. It features managed services for elastic data pipelines, workload orientation, the Altus Data Engineering service, backward compatibility and platform portability, and built-in workload management. In addition, the initial … continue reading

IBM releases new open DBaaS toolkit on IBM Power Systems

IBM announced its new Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) toolkit on IBM Power Systems, designed to deliver speed, control and efficiency to enterprise developers and IT teams. IBM’s latest solution is focused on making popular open-source databases like MongoDB, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and others available for developers and IT teams to easily provision. According to IBM global power growth … continue reading

Code Analyzer

Pepperdata Code Analyzer, Couchbase’s Engagement Database, and DataStax Managed Cloud — SD Times news digest: May 23, 2017

Pepperdata announced a new product that identifies lines of code and stages of performance issues that are related to CPU, memory, or network and disk I/O. The Pepperdata Code Analyzer for Apache Spark provides Spark application developers with the means to find performance issues and connect them to a specific block of code within their … continue reading

Apache Beam 2.0 released

The Apache Beam team has announced the first stable release of the project, version 2.0. Apache Beam is an advanced unified programming model designed for batch and streaming data processing. In addition to this being the first stable release of the project, the team says this is also the third most important milestone for the … continue reading

Architectural considerations for building apps in the cloud

Organizations are looking for ways to gain an advantage with data, now more than ever. One strategy pertains to application architecture, especially in relation to the cloud. Historically, IT professionals have seen the cloud as a different science from data center deployments, but from an application development and deployment standpoint, the distinction is less clear. … continue reading

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