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Anyscale Branches Beyond ML Training with Ray 2.0 and AI Runtime

Anyscale today came one step closer to fulfilling its goal of enabling any Python application to scale to an arbitrarily large degree with the launch of Ray 2.0 and the Ray AI Runtime (Ray AIR). The company also announce Read more…

A Dozen Questions for Databricks CTO Matei Zaharia

Matei Zaharia is a very busy man. When he’s not helping to shape the future of Databricks as its CTO, he is helping to shape the future of computer science as an assistant professor at Stanford University.  He also fi Read more…

NetApp Spots a Data Platform Opportunity in the Cloud

The market for spot instances in the cloud is, well, spotty. Some days you can count on a 90% discount by buying excess capacity from the public clouds, and other times you can't. NetApp has turned that cloud unpredictab Read more…

In Search of the Data Dream Team

When it comes to succeeding at big data, the people you put in place are just as important--if not more important--than the products and technologies you use. One of the folks exploring the intersection of people and dat Read more…

StarTree Keeps Real-Time Analytics Fresh with New Options for Pinot

Since it was created at LinkedIn in 2015, interest in Apache Pinot--the distributed storage and analytics engine for real-time analytics--has steadily grown. But over the past year, the number of downloads and active par Read more…

Run:ai Seeks to Grow AI Virtualization with $75M Round

Run:ai, a provider of an AI virtualization layer that helps optimize GPU instances, yesterday announced a Series C round worth $75 million. The funding figures to help the fast-growing company expand its sales reach and Read more…

Knative Now an Incubating Project at CNCF

If you’re interested in ways to ease the deployment of serverless, event-driven applications atop Kubernetes in your organization, then you’ll be pleased to hear that Knative--an open source platform designed to simp Read more…

MinIO, Now Worth $1B, Still Hungry for Data

MinIO was founded in 2014 near the peak of the Hadoop craze with what seemed like an outlandish idea: Build an open source object storage system based on Amazon S3. Eight years later, with a $1 billion valuation followin Read more…

Companies Drowning in Observability Data, Dynatrace Says

If you’re finding it difficult to manage a sprawling infrastructure spanning multiple clouds running constantly changing containerized workloads, you’re not alone. According to a study released this week by Dynatrace Read more…

Most AWS Analytics Customers Will Go Serverless, VP Says

Serverless computing has become the latest battleground as cloud service providers compete to make their offerings as simple to use as possible. AWS is right in the game too, launching a slew of serverless offerings at t Read more…

Kubernetes Adoption Widespread for Big Data, But Monitoring and Tuning Are Issues, Survey Finds

Kubernetes may be a complex piece of software that can be difficult to monitor and manage. But the benefits of running applications in the popular container orchestration system appear to outweigh the disadvantages, beca Read more…

Confluent Ships ‘Cluster Linking’ in Kafka Platform Update

Companies that are pushing the envelope in terms of the scale of their real-time streaming data deployments will be happy to know they can now run a Kafka cluster that spans on-prem and cloud resources via cluster linkin Read more…

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…

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