In a world where everything is almost guided by analytics, data is important and useful, especially when it comes to sales and marketing. Generation Y hackers are seldom interested in hacking your bank account because data is precious too. Do you remember Yahoo’s epic, a historic data breach in 2013 that involved nearly 3 billion people? Well, at least you now understand how data is of importance. That is why experts advise you to erase any obsolete data from your storage servers because you don’t know when hackers may lock you out and demand ransom! Getting an arsenal Data Erasure … Read More
Deploying data science into production is still a big challenge. Not only does the deployed data science need to be updated frequently but available data sources and types change rapidly, as do the methods available for their analysis. This continuous growth of possibilities makes it very limiting to rely on carefully designed and agreed-upon standards or work solely within the framework of proprietary tools.
KNIME has always focused on delivering an open platform, integrating the latest data science developments by either adding our own extensions or providing wrappers around new data sources and tools. This allows data scientists to access
Many years ago Linux founder Linus Torvalds borrowed Sir Isaac Newton’s “standing on the shoulders of giants” phrase when discussing his open source work with Linux. While it’s a nice sentiment — “Hey, I’ve only been able to do great work because of a few others’ great work” — that may have applied to Linux in 1991, it doesn’t do a good job of describing open source in 2020. When someone releases open source code today, after all, they’re drawing on much more than a tiny set of genius developers.
The public cloud and open source software are pretty much coupled these days. No matter if you’re running Kubernetes as a service, MySQL, Linux, or that open source text editor you’ve used since college, it’s all there for the taking, as a service.
However, it’s really not free. Cloud providers charge for usage, either by time or other resource-units consumed. Indeed, it’s half or more of the cloud computing bills I’ve seen recently.
Some enterprises have not yet used open source on premises, not to mention cloud. Now that they are moving to the public cloud, both developers and infrastructure
If you are locked down because of the COVID-19 pandemic, you just might have some extra time on your hands. Binging Netflix is all well and good, but perhaps you are getting tired of that and you would like to learn something new.
One of the most lucrative fields to open up in the last couple of years is data science. The resources I list below will help those technical enough to understand math at the level of statistics and differential calculus to incorporate machine learning into their skill sets. They might even help you start a new career as
In December, Juniper Networks named industry veteran Raj Yavatkar chief technology officer. After extended stints with Google Cloud, VMware and Intel, Yavatkar is now charged with setting Juniper’s future courses in intelligent self-driving networks, security, network virtualization, packet-optical integration and how it will support hybrid cloud scenarios. Yavatkar recently talked with Network World about what technologies he sees currently impacting networking and what Juniper is planning for the near future. Here is an edited version of that conversation.
What impact has the COVID-19 pandemic had on Juniper?
First of all we are in a quiet period [ahead of the company’s