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Doug Black

$300K Supercomputing Grants up for Grabs for Manufacturers from DOE

February 19th, 2016 (0)
Come early March, grants worth $300,000 are up for grabs for manufacturers giving year-long access to national lab supercomputing cycles and half the staff hours of computer scientists with domain expertise under a U.S. Department of Energy program called ...

AWS Acquires NICE Compute-Intensive Cloud and Visualization Technologies

February 17th, 2016 (0)
In announcing its acquisition of NICE, the Italy-based software-as-a-service provider for high performance and technical computing, Amazon and AWS not only acquire technology for optimizing customers’ HPC, cloud and visualization resources and tools for distributed workforces using mobile devices, ...

Software Defined Container Orchestration Accelerates Deployment of Large Docker Container Clusters

February 17th, 2016 (0)
Containers have exploded through the bulkheads of market acceptance that most new technologies must slog through, crossing the chasm in only three years and transforming the way applications are deployed in data centers and in the cloud. The vast ...

Data Wrangling ‘Decoder Ring’ Homogenizes Polyglot Data Lakes

February 11th, 2016 (0)
As Hadoop data lakes grow – fed by multiple data sources in multiple data formats – the task of pulling insight from the lake becomes increasingly challenging. In fact, the tedious and time consuming chore of cleansing, distilling, blending ...

Docker as a High-Performance Enabler for Cloud Storage

February 9th, 2016 (0)
The container-based service Docker is gaining massive momentum in the industry, and for many good reasons. The current appeal of Docker stems from issues associated with running VMs, namely that each one has to be provided with virtualized memory ...

HPE to OEM SGI UV 8-Socket Technology for In-Memory Processing of Linux Workloads

February 9th, 2016 (0)
An 8-socket server with in-memory of 6TB for running enterprise decision support Linux supply chain, ERP and CRP workloads in real time or near real-time: that’s the strategy behind a new partnership in which Hewlett Packard Enterprise will OEM ...

Detecting ‘Multi-Stage’ Cloud Cyber-Attacks from the Start

February 6th, 2016 (0)
From small, hardly noticeable beginnings the biggest cloud cyber-attacks grow. Called multi-stage intrusion attacks, it’s how hackers create a virtual machine in a public cloud to penetrate the on-prem portion of companies’ hybrid cloud environments. Multi-stage intrusions are responsible ...

UK Using Cognitive Computing in Personalized Medicine Push

February 4th, 2016 (0)
As the pharmaceutical industry moves from the era of “blockbuster” drug discovery (developing a single drug that targets large numbers of people with a particular disease) to the era of personalized medicine (tailoring drugs to the unique physiology of ...

Building Better Public/Private HPC Partnerships Is Focus of Pending NCSA Study

February 3rd, 2016 (0)
The most powerful computer systems in the world reside in the public sector – principally, at federally funded supercomputer centers. Yet some of the most demanding workload requirements reside in the private sector. Bridging the gap between the two ...

Lifting the Fog of Spark Adoption

February 2nd, 2016 (0)
If you’re stymied by the prospect of deploying Spark for the first time, Craig Lukasic, senior solution architect at Zaloni, offers tips and insights for overcoming some of the common misperceptions and barriers to successful Spark implementations. Below is ...
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