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Starburst Backs Data Mesh Architecture

The emerging data mesh architecture has the potential to keep AI and analytics projects moving forward even as data storage and processing continues to disperse far and wide. One independent backer of the data mesh conce Read more…

From Amazon to Uber, Companies Are Adopting Ray

What if you could use your favorite machine learning library to code an AI program on your laptop, and have it automatically transferred to run in a massive, distributed fashion on the cloud? That’s the general idea be Read more…

Three Takeaways from Jay Kreps’ Kafka Summit Keynote

We’re always interested in hearing what Apache Kafka co-creator Jay Kreps has to say, since he’s one of the smartest folks in distributed systems today. The Confluent CEO didn’t disappoint in delivering insight int Read more…

The Future of Computing is Distributed

Distributed applications are not new. The first distributed applications were developed over 50 years ago with the arrival of computer networks, such as ARPANET. Since then, developers have leveraged distributed systems 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…

MemSQL Giving Away Database for Four-Node Clusters

Everybody likes free stuff. Today MemSQL announced that it's getting into the free software market by giving away copies of its distributed relational database management system for clusters up to four nodes and 128GB of Read more…

Data Grid Embraces Emerging ‘Go’ Language

Google's Go language, or Golang, continues to gain traction for distributed cloud computing deployments. Launched in 2009, proponents assert it has emerged as a preferred programming language for developers deploying clo Read more…

How Kafka Redefined Data Processing for the Streaming Age

The Apache Kafka phenomenon reached a new high today when Confluent announced a $50 million investment from the venture capital firm Sequoia. The investment signals renewed confidence that Kafka is fast becoming a new an Read more…

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