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TigerGraph Bolsters Scalability with Graph Database Update

TigerGraph today announced that the latest release of its parallel graph database can be fully controlled with Kubernetes. With version 3.2, the company also added the ability to scale the database up and down as needed, Read more…

Hiring Outlook Bright for Data and Open Source Pros

While the future is uncertain for many types of jobs, folks in the tech business can rest easy knowing there is substantial demand for their services, particularly for data engineers, which was the focus of a new study f Read more…

Containerized Storage with Kubernetes Goes Mainstream in the Large Enterprise

Released in 2014 as an open-source system for automating the deployment and management of containerized applications, Kubernetes has come a long way in the past seven years. It was first created by Google and then turned Read more…

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…

GoodData CEO Sees Growth in Analytics Biz Shakeup

Roman Stanek has been in the enterprise computing space for a while, starting with his 1997 launch of a Java IDE called NetBeans, which he sold to Sun Microsystems two years later. Stanek has been involved with a lot of Read more…

MinIO Bolsters Enterprise Chops with K8s Integration

If you’re in the market for a modern, S3-compatible object storage system that works in multi- and hybrid-cloud environments, you may want to keep your eyes on MinIO, which today unveiled a trio of software updates tha Read more…

HPE Expands Ezmeral Portfolio, Ecosystem

Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced new cloud infrastructure and analytics products and partnerships this week built around its Ezmeral software portfolio, including a new data fabric integrated into the Ezmeral contain Read more…

Esri Boosts ‘Velocity” of ArcGIS for IoT

Esri, the location intelligence and geospatial analytics specialist, is accelerating its Internet of Things analytics platform as more industries integrate geospatial sensor data and real-time analytics into their operat 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…

Openness a Big Advantage as Edge Grows, IBM Says

A large computational build-up is predicted to occur on the edge in the coming years, as organizations look to capture and act upon data as soon after it’s generated as possible, when it has the highest value. Today, t 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…

Lightweight Kubernetes Pushes Orchestrator to the Edge

Kubernetes, the evolving cluster orchestrator, has gone on a diet, stepping off the scales as a lightweight, resilient clustering tool that switches to autopilot once three or more nodes are clustered. The slimmed-dow 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…

Is Kubernetes Overhyped?

The amount of attention paid to Kubernetes has increased substantially over the past couple of years. What started out as a relatively obscure container management system open sourced by Google has turned into the must-h Read more…

Splicing a Pause Button into Cloud Machines

Splice Machine develops a machine learning-enabled SQL database that is based on a closely engineered collection of distributed components, including HBase, Spark, and Zookeeper, not to mention H2O, TensorFlow, and Jupyt Read more…

Data Prep Still Dominates Data Scientists’ Time, Survey Finds

Data scientists spend about 45% of their time on data preparation tasks, including loading and cleaning data, according to a survey of data scientists conducted by Anaconda. The company also analyzed the gap between what 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…

LinkedIn Open Sources Kube2Hadoop

Hadoop and Kubernetes have fundamentally different ways of authenticating users, exposing a security gap for organizations that want to access HDFS data from Kubernetes-based applications. Thanks to the new Kube2Hadoop t Read more…

Storage and Networking Bytes: Elasticsearch Logging Goes Kubernetes

LogDNA, which offers an ultra-scalable distribution of the open source Elasticserach log management system that is based on Kubernetes, this month unveiled version 2 of its LogDNA Agent. According to product manager A Read more…

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