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Wikibon produced an interesting material (looks like paid by Aerospike, NoSQL database recently emerged by resurrecting failed CitrusLeaf and acquihiring AlchemyDB, which product, of course, was recommended in the end) that compares NoSQL databases based…
The vast majority of new customers choose to seed their backup via the internet. Once you've configured the lightweight software client we call ZettaMirror with the paths to backup, it begins providing data protection by sending that data to Zetta's data centers and replicating your fi...
I just returned from an exhilarating trip to the Gartner AADI show in Las Vegas last week. There are a lot of exciting things happening at Intel in the Data-center Software Division (DSD), especially with respect to the Expressway Product … Continue reading →
Yihui Xie is the creator of several popular R packages, including knitr, animation and cranvas. In an interview with The Setup, he shares some of the software and hardware he uses in his data-to-day work, including (of course) R: For programming and data analysis, I primarily use R sin...
…is probably one of the most memorable lines of any Holiday Classic. Of course I’m referring to A Christmas Story, where a young Ralphie tries to convince his parents, teachers and Santa that the Red Ryder BB Gun is the perfect present. I don’t know of there was a warning label on th...
ONE for Capital Markets SaaS solution launches with the support of leading G15 investment banks.LONDON - Nov 28, 2012 - Thunderhead.com, a leading provider of enterprise solutions for customer experience management - and the industry standard for automating trade documentation for Capi...
Seven Databases in Seven Weeks (A Guide to Modern Databases and the NoSQL Movement) is a book written Eric Redmond (@coderoshi) and Jim Wilson (@hexlib), part of The Pragmatic Programmers (@pragprog) series that takes a look at several non SQL based database systems. Coverage includes...
There is a time to recognize sea change and to take action. That time is now for developing an enterprise-wide mobile strategy and to start implementing enterprise mobility. I think companies in the past couple of years have not been sure the role mobility would play in their specifi...
Recently an article came out stating that APM was going the way of the space shuttle. Too expensive, outdated, not needed and so on. There were statistics given indicating that APM products were growing out of favor as well. Balderdash! To my experience most customers don’t even us...
I was talking with the team working on our yard – they’re putting in new sidewalks and a patio, amongst other things – and we got on the subject of gutters. When we bought this house, it came with no gutters, and that has, over time, caused some serious damage to the base of the house....
This book is the perfect size and the perfect depth for getting up to speed quickly with building Windows 8 Store Applications.The book starts by introducing WinRT. This introduction includes a really nice history of how Microsoft got to where they are now. It starts with a look back a...
This Week in Website Performance is a weekly feature of the Monitis.com blog. It summarizes recent articles about website performance. Why? Because your friends at Monitis.com care. Why Averages Suck and Percentiles are Great Author: Michael Kopp. Looking at statistics provided by moni...
vBrownbags, vForums and VMware vTraining with Alastair Cooke By Greg Schulz Now also available via This is a new episode in the continuing StorageIO industry trends and perspectives pod cast series (you can view more episodes or shows along with other audio and...
Multi-tasking is not about doing two things at once in most circumstances, it's about effectively moving from one task to another. It was only fairly recently that I cracked the myth of multitasking, and found an attitude toward it that I am comfortable with. These days, I see it th...
The English language is well known for its subtlety. Sometimes it’s a delight, but on other occasions it can be very frustrating. If I use the term Gothic Architecture you will immediately understand I am describing a style of architecture that flourished in medieval times. And if like...
Welcome to Part 4 of my series Deploying APM in the Enterprise. In the last installment we covered how you find, test, and justify purchasing an APM solution. This blog will focus on what to do after you’ve made a purchase and started down the path of deploying your coveted APM tool (a...
Articles in this series: Monitoring Your Network with PRTG - Overview, Installation, and Configuration Monitoring Your Network with PRTG - Custom Sensors Part 1 Monitoring Your Network with PRTG - Custom Sensors Part 2 Monitoring Your Network with PRTG - Custom Notifications In the ...
Articles in this series: Monitoring Your Network with PRTG - Overview, Installation, and Configuration Monitoring Your Network with PRTG - Custom Sensors Part 1 Monitoring Your Network with PRTG - Custom Sensors Part 2 Monitoring Your Network with PRTG - Custom Notifications In the ...
Articles in this series: Monitoring Your Network with PRTG - Overview, Installation, and Configuration Monitoring Your Network with PRTG - Custom Sensors Part 1 Monitoring Your Network with PRTG - Custom Sensors Part 2 Monitoring Your Network with PRTG - Custom Notifications In the ...
#webperf #ado Choice of load balancing algorithms is critical to ensuring consistent and acceptable performance   One of the primary reasons folks use a Load balancer is scalability with a secondary driver of maintaining performance. We all know the data exists to prove that "sec...
In the first wave of solid-state storage arrays, we saw commodity style SSDs (solid state drives) being added to traditional storage arrays. This solution provided an incremental benefit in performance over spinning hard drives, however the back-end technology in these arrays was deve...
This morning, Chaucer, our relatively new Sheltie puppy, took off with my slippers. I found one lying in his favorite spot almost immediately, but the other had gone missing. I wandered about the house with one slipper in hand while he hid in his kennel, knowing I was angry but not qui...
Podcast: Mr. Backup (Curtis Preston) goes back to Ceph School By Greg Schulz Now also available via This is a new episode in the continuing StorageIO industry trends and perspectives pod cast series (you can view more episodes or shows along with other audio an...
Stefan Reid from Forrester blogs today
07 Nov 2012 - SERHS Tourism, international supplier of B2B services to travel agents and tour operators, announced today that it has selected Triometric to deliver valuable business intelligence to support its international expansion.The Spanish wholesaler has recently partnered with m...
Ben Woo on Big Data Buzzword Bingo and Business Benefits By Greg Schulz Now also available via This is a new episode in the continuing StorageIO industry trends and perspectives pod cast series (you can view more episodes or shows along with other audio and vid...
Ceph Day in Amsterdam and Sage Weil on Object Storage By Greg Schulz Now also available via This is a new episode in the continuing StorageIO industry trends and perspectives pod cast series (you can view more episodes or shows along with other audio and video ...
In database design classes in Computer Science, we learn that normalization is a good thing. And it certainly is a good thing, for databases. In the case of APIs, it is a different story.
As the clean-up continues on the eastern seaboard, I wanted to follow up on Monday's post on tracking Hurricane Sandy with Open Data with a couple of other R-based data applications spawned by the storm. Josef Fruehwald created an R script to tap into local weather sensors to keep trac...
On Monday, Amazon Web Services — the leading provider of cloud services — suffered an outage, and as a result, a long list of well-known and popular websites went dark. According to Amazon’s Service Health Dashboard, the outage started out as degraded performance of a...
That’s a mouthful, but I wanted to make sure that people knew exactly what this post is for.  The problem I am seeing out there already is that while there is a lot of code samples, they aren’t clear for what type of app the sample is for.  If you are doing a provider hosted ...
It’s interesting as a parent watching your kids grow up and learn how to do things for themselves. I have 2 boys ages 6 and 7 and they often amaze me and confound me. There are times when I think they are absolutely brilliant and other times where I think that significant amounts of re...
If you've downloaded the Vordel API Server v7.1 from the Vordel website and want to configure it to run as a Windows service, it's quite simple to do this. The
Traffic citations are critical for funding police departments, courts, and municipalities. Unpaid citations or missed court appearances result in warrants and additional fees, but finding or arresting fugitives and collecting unpaid fines is difficult as well as time and manpower inten...
I was talking to Tom Resing (@resing) last week about using the SharePoint Client Object Model inside a Client Web Part and it became apparent that I left you all hanging with my last post.  I got you to the point where you could build your web part, but referencing SP.js is not a...
It is a topic of fascination for me that the high-tech world just plain will not stand still. The changes in automotive technology over the last century, for example, do not match the changes in high tech over the last decade. In addition to the expected on-upsmanship that market leade...
The intentions behind APT are all about espionage — not just state-sponsored espionage but also extensive and well-organized industrial espionage. APT is not about any particular technology or technique. The actual attack can range from social engineering, viruses and trojans, network ...
Company Delivers More than 150 New Features for FortiGate, FortiManager, FortiAnalyzer and FortiClient Products LONDON, UK October 17, 2012 - Fortinet® (NASDAQ: FTNT) - a world leader in high-performance network security - today announced FortiOS 5.0, the world's most advanced sec...
By BobGourley The MarkLogic Government Summit will be held 14 Nov 2012 in Washington DC.  Here is the agenda: November 14, 2012 General Sessions 7:00am – 8:00am Registration and Breakfast 8:00am – 8:45am Pre-conference Session: Introduction to MarkLogic Dale Kim, Sr. Product Marketing ...
Consilience International LLC is the developer of the Ideate framework.. Ideate is the first application development platform based on Web-style (REST) architecture. Consilience is developing exciting Artificial Intelligence software. Read more here in our introductory article. The lig...