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Where Are All These Areas of AI, NLP, ML, DL, and ANN Going? Part 2

This is a continuation of Part 1. Machine Learning (ML) Hype AI includes a wide variety of subfields, but recently the terms ML and/or deep learning (DL) have been used interchangeably with AI. In our interview, Dr. Kunio Matsui mentioned that a boom for ML comes every 15 years. Back around the year 2000, ML […]

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Where Are All These Areas of AI, NLP, ML, DL, and ANN Going? Part 1

When you learn a new subject, the first thing you need to do is pick up a set of terms and acronyms for it. To save space, I won’t define each term here. You can easily look it up by following the link: AI = Artificial Intelligence NLP = Natural Language Processing ML = Machine […]

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Which Stream Processing Engine: Storm, Spark, Samza, or Flink?

According to discussions about them during the NoSQL Now conference and the ways they are described, Storm, Spark, and Samza solve similar problems in different ways. This article discusses the differences among Spark, Storm, and Samza. It is nice to see that so many open source packages are readily available in the analytics space, but […]

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Open Source Packages at NoSQL Now Conference in San Jose: Part 1

At the recent NoSQL Now Conference in San Jose, I attended several sessions and realized the well-established position of open source packages. During the conference, many people talked about how open source is creeping into the enterprise. Because of my past involvement with MySQL and JBOSS, I’ve experienced pushback from early customers firsthand. But now […]

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Under the Hood: Cloud and Data Center Orchestration and Management – Part 1

Under the Hood: Cloud and Data Center Orchestration and Management – Part 1

This blog continues a discussion of Quali Systems’ solutions for cloud and data center orchestration and management. This time I had a chance to talk with Hans Ashlock, technical marketing manager of Quali Systems. Hans Ashlock is pointing to a specified diagram to be created with Quali’s GUI. My objective with the visit was twofold: […]

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How to Manage and Orchestrate Various Kinds of Clouds and Data Centers Easily and Effectively

How to Manage and Orchestrate Various Kinds of Clouds and Data Centers Easily and Effectively

An Interview with Alex Henthorn-Iwane of QualiSystems As we have more ways to manage our ICT infrastructures, from bare metal to virtual, doing so becomes more complex and labor intensive. Manual processes tend to be error prone and not scalable with rapidly multiplying and changing computing resources. We need automated systems to manage various kinds […]

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Current Wireless Technology Trends Reported at Teladata’s Technology Convergence Conference 2015

Current Wireless Technology Trends Reported at Teladata’s Technology Convergence Conference 2015

One of the sessions I attended at Teladata’s Technology Convergence Conference (TCC) was about wireless technology trends. Sponsored by W. Bradley Electric, Inc. (WBE) and presented by Paul Billings with no commercial statements, it was very informative about how current wireless technologies are applied to buildings. I summarize this session below. Paul Billings Connected Devices, […]

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SDN and IoT, Two Big Trends Discussed at Fujitsu North America Technology Forum 2015, Part 2

SDN and IoT, Two Big Trends Discussed at Fujitsu North America Technology Forum 2015, Part 2

This is a continuation from Part 1. Local vs. Remote Networks If we look at network infrastructure, we notice that there are two major parts. One is local networks and the other is remote networks. The remote networks correspond to clouds that provide remote computing (cloud computing). Note that clouds could consist of multiple smaller […]

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No Stranger to Clouds, NASA Strives for SMACK

No Stranger to Clouds, NASA Strives for SMACK

At the recent Consumerization of IT Conference in San Francisco, I was in a session presented by Tom Soderstrom, IT Chief Technology Officer, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Many people were attracted to his catchily titled presentation, A Multi-Cloud Model and the Mars Landing. I was one of them. NASA is no stranger to cloud computing, […]

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ARM TechCon 2013: HP’s Game-Changing Moonshot

ARM TechCon 2013: HP’s Game-Changing Moonshot

Martin Fink, CTO and Director of HP Labs., Hewlett-Packard Company, presented a keynote titled New Style of IT at the recent ARM TechCon 2013.   Fink first reviewed how IT has progressed from the mainframe in the 1970s and ‘80s, to the clients and servers of the 1990s, the Internet of the 2000s, and the […]

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