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Nvidia Introduces cuDNN, a CUDA-based library for Deep Neural Networks

by Jérôme Serrano on  Sep 29, 2014

Nvidia earlier this month released cuDNN, a set of optimized low-level primitives to boost the processing speed of deep neural networks (DNN) on CUDA compatible GPUs. The company intends to help developers harness the power of graphics processing units for deep learning applications.

InfoQ User Survey 2014 - Participate and Get a Copy of the Results; Win a QCon Early Access Pass

by Nitin Bharti on  Sep 15, 2014

InfoQ would like to better understand your information needs: the type of content you find interesting, tools & methodologies you are using, and how you interact with the site. Please help us by taking our 2014 user survey - the survey is anonymous and your replies will be kept confidential. Participate to receive a copy of the results along with a chance to win a QCon video early access pass.

Drone Data Adds a New Horizon for Big Data Analytics

by Abhishek Sharma on  Sep 10, 2014

Usage of data generated by drones is going to add a new horizon in data storage and processing. Kirk Borne, professor at George Mason University recently talked about the challenge of processing, storing and transferring this data.

Questions About the Lambda Architecture

by Seth Cousins on  Sep 03, 2014 1

In a blog post suggesting limits to the usefulness and applicability of the Lambda Architecture, Jay Kreps argues that Lambda contains valuable ideas but that ultimately it is a temporary solution due to immature tools rather than the future of big data.

IBM: 70% of Enterprises Are Using Big Data, Cloud, Mobile and Social

by Abel Avram on  Aug 26, 2014 3

With Raising the game - The IBM Business Tech Trends Study (PDF) IBM has evaluated the current adoption landscape of 4 key technologies in the enterprise: Big Data & Analytics, Cloud, Mobile and Social, comparing today’s adoption with 2012’s and Pacesetters against Dabblers.

Google unveils Mesa - Geo-Replicated Near-Realtime Scalable Data Warehouse

by Matt Kapilevich on  Aug 19, 2014

Google has unveiled their new data-warehouse called Mesa. Mesa is a system that scales across multiple data centers and processes petabytes of data, while being able to respond to queries in sub-second time and maintain ACID properties.

Data Encryption in Apache Hadoop with Project Rhino - Q&A with Steven Ross

by Abhishek Sharma on  Aug 14, 2014

Cloudera recently released an update over Project Rhino and data at-rest encryption in Apache Hadoop. Project Rhino is an effort of Cloudera, Intel and Hadoop community to bring a comprehensive security framework for data protection. InfoQ recently talked to Steven Ross from Cloudera team to learn more about the project.

Vivint and Cloudera Analyzing Big Data from the Smart Home

by Alex Giamas on  Aug 05, 2014

Vivint recently announced that it is partnering up with Cloudera to analyze more efficiently data coming from Smart Home sensors. The sensors in a residence vary from thermostats to security oriented devices. Analyzing this data centrally, Vivint can provide actionable insights for customers that can provide energy savings. Heating ventilation and cooling(HVAC) accounts for more than 40 percent of

Cloudbreak, New Hadoop as a Service API, Enters Open Beta

by Sergio De Simone on  Jul 22, 2014

Cloudbreak, a new open-source and cloud-agnostic Hadoop as a Service API, is now open for beta access to application developers and enterprises. SequenceIQ, Cloudbreak's maker, claims that its freely available product will make it easier to manage and monitor on-demand Hadoop clusters while also abstracting their provisioning.

Cloudera Acquires Big Data Encryption Startup Gazzang

by Jérôme Serrano on  Jul 15, 2014

Hadoop distributor Cloudera pursued its strategy of securing the Hadoop ecosystem by acquiring last month the big data encryption and key management startup Gazzang. The deal will strengthen Cloudera's security offering and lead to the creation of a center of excellence for Hadoop security that will initially be fueled by Gazzang’s engineering team.

Ayasdi Partners with Cloudera

by Jérôme Serrano on  Jun 06, 2014

Ayasdi announced last month a partnership with Cloudera, the biggest distributor of Apache Hadoop. The partnership that will ensure the compatibility of their solution with Cloudera Enterprise 5, the latest version of Cloudera’s big data platform based on Apache Hadoop.

DataTorrent 1.0 Handles >1B Real-time Events/sec

by Abel Avram on  Jun 03, 2014 7

DataTorrent is a real-time streaming and analyzing platform that can process over 1B real-time events/sec.

Splunk's Hunk 6.1 Brings New Capabilities for Big Data Analytics

by Matt Kapilevich on  May 21, 2014

Splunk, a company specializing in searching, monitoring, and analyzing machine-generated data, has announced the release of Hunk 6.1. Hunk provides an analytics platform for big data. The new release also provides streaming resource libraries to connect Hunk to any NoSQL data store, such as Apache Cassandra, MongoDB, and Neo4j.

Community the Focus at ApacheCON NA 2014

by Carlos Sanchez on  May 15, 2014

This year's ApacheCON North America conference saw key speakers focus on open source and its community. With more than 400 attendees, over 70 projects represented and 180 conference sessions it covered as many diverse topics as diverse the Apache Software Foundation projects are.

Cascading 3.0 Adds Multiple Framework Support. Concurrent Driven Manages Big Data Apps

by Boris Lublinsky on  May 13, 2014

Concurrent will release Cascading 3.0 in early summer to allow certain applications to run on multiple Big Data frameworks including MapReduce, Tez, Spark, Storm and others. Additionally, Driven, the new commercial product from Concurrent, provides powerful enterprise data application management for Big Data applications.

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