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May 2016

Tuesday, May 31, 2016 | Dane Christensen
The  Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the most exciting and significant technology revolutions in the world today. Though there are countless IoT systems in operation at fledgling start ups and established corporations alike, most experts agree the industry is still in its infancy.  It is estimated that by 2020 there will be over 30 billion devices wirelessly connected to the Internet. But this…
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Tuesday, May 17, 2016 | Dane Christensen
Roman Shtykh, R&D Engineer at CyberAgent, Inc., will present one of over 30 deep-dive presentations at the In-Memory Computing Summit on May 23-24 in San Francisco. (A limited number of seats are still available to the event. Register today to attend at http://imcsummit.org). Roman’s presentation titled “Apache Ignite as a Data Processing Hub” will cover the technical details of how…
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Friday, May 13, 2016 | Rachel Pedreschi
When I arrived at IoT World on Wednesday morning, I got my badge, went onto the expo floor and got a cup of coffee to pierce the morning fog. It was still early, the only people milling around were expo vendors putting the final touches on booths. I started a slow stroll looking for our booth. I kept finding new areas: Startup land with chain link fences (I kid you not), futuristic cars sitting…
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Thursday, May 12, 2016 | Dane Christensen
Robert Barr, VP Data Grid Engineering Lead at Barclays, will present a keynote presentation titled “In Memory Computing for Financial Services: Past, Present and Future” at the In-Memory Computing Summit on May 23-24 in San Francisco. (A limited number of seats are still available to the event. Register today to attend at http://imcsummit.org). Robert’s presentation addresses the major data…
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Wednesday, May 11, 2016 | Dane Christensen
Transaction deadlocks are a serious impediment to the performance of big data/fast data systems. Such problems are very difficult to spot and are even harder to debug. In production, they require a full cluster restart, leading to costly system down times. That’s why GridGain made it a priority to build out the deadlock-free transactions feature that had been available for some time in Apache®…
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