Topic: data

Industry watch: The little dirty data secret

Our industry has a dirty little secret. Come closer, I’ll whisper it to you. (Much of the data held in organizational databases, warehouses, lakes and stores is not very good.) There, I’ve said it. Data quality remains a persistent problem for enterprises, and there are many reasons as to why. It could be that fields … continue reading

ArangoDB boosts multi-model database performance with release of ArangoDB 3.6

ArangoDB, the leading open source native multi-model database, today announced the GA release of ArangoDB 3.6. ArangoDB 3.6 introduces OneShard, the ability to restrict individual databases to one node in a cluster, to ArangoDB’s Enterprise offering, and also includes major performance improvements that increase query speeds up to 30x faster. A database created with OneShard enabled is … continue reading

Is there still a role for integration specialists?

According to Gartner Technical Professionals analyst Matt Brasier, the answer is a definite ‘yes.’ He explained: “First of all, integration specialists will still need to do all of the hard bits of integration; the bits at the back end where you don’t have a REST API exposed by the system because it’s a 15-year-old ERP … continue reading

Data analysis: Batch or event-driven?

Organizations are looking for collect and analyze data faster, and in more real-time as well. So, does moving to an event-driven approach to data improve on batch processing? Gartner analyst Matt Braiser said, “Rather than having your sales figures move in a batch overnight and then having a reporting tool that runs on that and … continue reading

2020: The year of integration

Software development has changed, moving from monolithic code blocks to a cobbling of open source and services. Delivery has changed, as organizations moved from on-premises servers to the cloud, and end points such as smartphones and all manner of IoT devices have become ubiquitous. How data is distributed and consumed has changed, as containers may … continue reading

Roman Belov talks about using Kotlin in Jupyter notebooks at KotlinConf 2019

Kotlin’s approach to data science

JetBrains is providing new details on the current state of Kotlin tools and libraries for data science.  “How does Kotlin fit data science? Following the need to analyze large amounts of data, the last few years has brought a true renaissance to the data science discipline. All this renaissance of data science couldn’t be possible … continue reading

Facebook’s tumultuous times: new OS in the works amid another breach

In a year where data breaches at Facebook have seen no signs of slowing down, another blow has been dealt.  A reported 267 million Facebook user IDs and phone numbers were exposed online for anyone to access without a password or any authentication. Most of the records affected users from the United States.  The UK … continue reading

Software predictions for 2020 from around the industry

Thought leaders weigh in on what we can expect from the software development industry in 2020: Adam Scroggin, CEO of CardBoard DevOps will continue to be key as we move toward 2020. Software teams will notice more and more that once a product is released, it is not done. Software products are never done. We … continue reading

SD Times news digest: JDK 14 Rampdown Phase One, Codota acquires code prediction tool TabNine, and Apache Log4J2 2.13.0

The overall feature set for JDK 14 is now frozen and includes pattern matching for instanceof, a packaging tool and NUMA-Aware Memory Allocation for G1. The developers behind JDK 14 said the the stabilization repository, jdk/jdk14, is open for select bug fixes and, with approval, late enhancements per the JDK Release Process (JEP 3). The … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Public code search tool for AOSP, DataRobot acquires Paxata, and Visual Studio Code 1.41

Google introduced a code search feature with cross references for the Android Open Source Project. With the new feature, users are able to view the source code, navigate cross references across the entire code base and switch between Android’s open source branches. The Android repository is made up of a collection of git repositories which … continue reading

dtSearch announces new database indexer

Enterprise and developer text retrieval solution provider dtSearch has announced a new database indexer add-on designed to extend its “off the shelf” research. The database indexer enables SQL indexing without any programming. According to the company, without the indexer users will have to search SQL data with the dtSearch Engine SDK as well as C++, … continue reading

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