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GridGain is a Silver Sponsor of next week's Spark+AI Summit 2019 in San Francisco and our own Alexey Zinovyev will deliver a session titled, "Distributed ML/DL with Ignite ML module using Apache Spark as database." The conference runs from April 23-25.  About his talk: The current implementation of Machine Learning (ML) algorithms in Spark has several disadvantages associated with the transition…
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Join us April 30 in Menlo Park for the next Bay Area In-Memory Computing Meetup! Great food, drinks, raffle prizes -- and three stellar talks -- two of which will feature Apache® Ignite™. This event is free, thanks to sponsorship from GridGain Systems, but please RSVP to reserve your spot.   Our speakers: > Stan Lukyanov, [Software Engineer at GridGain Systems] > Pat Patterson [Director…
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Join my colleague Rob Meyer for his free April 24 webinar and learn how to add speed and scale to Oracle-based applications, APIs and analytics.  The Oracle Database is one of the most scalable relational database management systems (RDBMS) on the market. But even Oracle has been pushed beyond its architectural limits by new business needs and software layers.  The reason is simple: the…
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Join me April 23 at 1740 Broadway in Manhattan as I host the next NYC In-Memory Computing Meetup! Topics include facial recognition, drug discovery; NoSQL databases and ingesting streaming data! Sponsored by GridGain Systems. Free but you must RSVP!   Our speakers: > George Williams [Director of Data Science and Chief Evangelist, Embedded AI at GSI Technology] > Dave Rubin [Senior…
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The March 28 gathering of the NYC In-Memory Computing Meetup in upper Manhattan was well attended and both presenters (experts from GridGain and Oracle) fielded several questions from the audience.   Making his NYC In-Memory Computing (IMC) Meetup debut was Glenn Wiebe, a GridGain solutions architect. He was joined by NYC IMC meetup veteran Doug Hood, Oracle TimesTen Scaleout evangelist – who…
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The next gathering of the Bay Area In-Memory Computing Meetup happens tonight (March 26) in Menlo Park. Organized and sponsored by GridGain Systems, the free event will feature talks from PingCAP, Oracle and GridGain.   Denis Magda -- vice president of product management at GridGain and Apache® Ignite™  vice president -- will give a talk titled, "Apache Ignite for Node.js Developers."   Node.…
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For today's Apache® Ignite™ webinar we have a special guest presenter, Hypi CTO Courtney Robinson. Hypi is a serverless platform for accelerating application development. By providing a GraphQL data model, Hypi generates a CRUD API on the fly that can be extended with custom serverless functions. In his presentation, Courtney will explain Ignite's built-in support for full-text indexing of…
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Join GridGain's VP of product management, Denis Magda (who is also VP of the Apache® Ignite™ PMC), for his live webinar on March 20 and learn the how to use Node.js with Ignite. Register here. Node.js is a very popular and powerful JavaScript runtime environment. It is lightweight and efficient and benefits from an extensive package ecosystem. Apache® Ignite™ (Ignite) is a memory-centric…
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Two events in rather exotic locals are keeping GridGain experts busy this week – the Shanghai In-Memory Computing Meetup and the Open Data Science Meetup Saint Petersburg Meetup.   In Shanghai this evening (March 13), GridGain Asia-Pac solutions architect Stephen Leung is explaining how combining Apache® Ignite™ with a Relational DBMS gives companies a highly scalable, high-velocity grid-based…
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GridGain Systems will be hosting and/or participating in several industry events during March and April, where the company’s experts will share the latest information and developments related to in-memory computing technology and business trends. Let's take a closer look at these upcoming events (conferences, webinars and meetups). Conferences Big Data Paris 2019 – March 11-12, 2019 – GridGain…
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When the Ignite project emerged in the Apache Software Foundation, it was thought of as a pure in-memory-solution: a distributed cache that put data into memory to speed access time. But then in 2017 came Apache® Ignite™ 2.1, which saw the debut of Ignite’s Native Persistence module that allowed Ignite to be treated as a full-blown distributed database. Since then Ignite has not depended on an…
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Join technology evangelist Akmal Chaudhri for his free one-hour webinar on March 6 and learn what's new in Apache® Ignite™ version 2.7.  You'll learn how the new capabilities of Apache Ignite work and will also better understand more about some of the other changes made to Apache Ignite, and the reasoning behind them. Come with your questions, and learn from the questions of your peers. Topics…
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It’s Wednesday, but with four meetups across three countries along with one live webinar, the week is just getting started for some of our GridGain and Apache® Ignite™experts.   If you happen to be in Silicon Valley, Paris or Moscow, then you can join us in person for a meetup. For everyone else, there’s today’s webinar: “Troubleshooting Apache Ignite.” The great thing about our webinars is…
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Introduction In the first article in this series, we installed Node.js, the Node.js Thin Client package for Ignite and tested an example application. In this article, let's look at a particular scenario where Ignite can really help when working with existing data from another source, such as a Relational Database System. Often in industry, there are systems that have great business value. These…
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Join Denis Magda on Feb. 13 for a free one-hour webinar during which he'll introduce and explain everything that's new in Apache® Ignite™  2.7. Released about two months ago, Apache Ignite  2.7 added Deep Learning and extended languages support. Register here. Denis Magda is Vice President of the Apache Ignite PMC and GridGain's VP of product management. Before joining GridGain, Denis worked for…
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