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Performance, Complexity Dog K8S Growth

A new survey from Pepperdata shows that Kubernetes is doing what it was predicted to do: Becoming the de-facto standard for big data runtimes, such as Spark, Kafka, and Presto. However, customers are still having issues Read more…

Is Kubernetes Really Necessary for Data Science?

It seems almost preordained at this point: Thou Shalt Run Thy Data Science Environment On a Cloud-Native Kubernetes Platform. This is 2020, after all. How else could it possibly run? But Tyler Whitehouse, a data scientis Read more…

The Biggest Reason Not to Go All In on Kubernetes

Kubernetes is hot. Everywhere you turn, you will see opinions about the container orchestration system from Google and why it will solve all your infrastructure problems – or at least, why you should take the time to l Read more…

Larry Smarr: The Future of Distributed Computing Is Here

Larry Smarr may have stepped back from full-time work in the Computer Science and Engineering Department at the University of California, San Diego, but that doesn’t mean he’s slowing down. In fact, since his schedul Read more…

MLOps Vendor dotData Boosts Automation with Containers

As data science platforms expand across enterprise applications like predictive analytics, automated machine learning vendors are steadily integrating AI models with emerging infrastructure to ease deployment and orchest Read more…

The Curious Case of Kubernetes In the Enterprise

The Kubernetes website has a whole section dedicated to case studies and customer success stories. It is full of well-known brands like Adidas, Amadeus, BlackRock, Booking.com, Box, and many others. Bose is bragging abou Read more…

Cloudera Delivers Private Cloud Amid Public Speculation of Sale

Cloudera today announced that it has begun a limited tech preview for the on-premise version of its enterprise data lake, called Cloudera Data Platform (CDP) Private Cloud, which is its first product to support Kubernete Read more…

Rob Bearden Returns to Lead Cloudera’s Second Act

When Cloudera ran into trouble last June following poor financial results, the board jettisoned senior leadership, including CEO Tom Reilly and Mike Olson, its chief strategy officer. Those moves would open up a path for Read more…

How LendingTree Sumo-Sized Its IT Monitoring

As an online lending marketplace, LendingTree is totally dependent on the Internet. So when one of the servers that funnels sales leads into the company went down a couple of years ago, the company had a serious problem Read more…

AIOps and the Kubernetes Revolution

Kubernetes has emerged as the defacto standard for container orchestration in the new cloud architecture. There's no doubt about it. But hidden from view in the race to K8s adoption is a new form of complexity that threa Read more…

HPE Pins AI Hopes on Services

HPE, like all the system vendors, has big plans to sell massive amounts of compute capability to companies to run machine learning and deep learning workloads that help transform their businesses. But the tech firm is ta Read more…

HPE Folds BlueData into AI Offerings

Hewlett Packard Enterprise is integrating its recently acquired BlueData software with its Apollo infrastructure and other services to offer new AI and analytics capabilities running on hybrid clouds. HPE, which acqui Read more…

MapR to Autoscale Spark and Drill Via Prebuilt Kubernetes Containers

MapR Technologies today announced a technology preview of pre-built containers for Kubernetes that will give customers new capabilities for dynamically scaling their containerized Spark and Drill applications based on de Read more…

Intel Unveils Nauta, a DL Framework for Containerized Clusters

Intel today unveiled Nauta, a new distributed computing framework for running deep learning models in Kubernetes and Docker-based environments. The chip giant says Nauta will make it easier for data scientists to develop Read more…

Data Manager Eyes NoSQL in the Cloud

Data management vendors continue to target the growing number of cloud-native NoSQL database applications while shifting their platforms to Docker containers to handle microservices-based apps. Among them is Rubrik, w Read more…

Agile Integration Comes to Microservices

As enterprises shift from the “waterfall” software development model to agile microservices architectures, integrators are offering new frameworks for easing the transition. Among them is WSO2, the open source integr Read more…

Anaconda: Data Science Exiting Hadoop for the Cloud

Data scientists are embracing cloud-native frameworks as they move on from on-premises data infrastructure previously dominated by Hadoop, concludes a survey on the state of data science. The shift is driven in part b Read more…

Want Kafka on Kubernetes? Confluent Has It Made

If the idea of streaming massive amounts of data on a virtual server platform that spans public cloud and on-premise clusters piques your interest, you're not alone. Many organizations have attempted to wire Apache Kafka Read more…

Inside MapR’s Support for Kubernetes

MapR today announced that customers can now run and deploy applications on MapR's big data cluster utilizing the Kubernetes containerization technology. In addition to providing data statefulness, it also gives MapR cust Read more…

One Containerized View of Data Science’s Future

Containers have emerged as legitimate platforms for running data science workloads. But are Docker and Kubernetes here for good, or is it just a passing data science fad? We looked to Anaconda's SVP of Products and Marke Read more…

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