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Making Kubernetes Really Work: Application Level High Availability for SQL Server

Kubernetes is universally lauded for its ability to seamlessly orchestrate the deployment of containers in almost any environment. It eliminates the majority of the complexity for configuring, spinning up, and performing run-time operations for containers at enterprise scale to make them the de facto mode… Read More »Making Kubernetes Really Work: Application Level High Availability for SQL Server

#FutureOfData Podcast: Peter Morgan, CEO, Deep Learning Partnership

#FutureOfData Podcast: Peter Morgan, CEO, Deep Learning Partnership In this session, Peter Morgan, CEO Deep Learning Partnership sat with Vishal Kumar, CEO AnalyticsWeek and shared his thoughts around Deep Learning, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence. They’ve discussed some of the best practices when it comes… Read More »#FutureOfData Podcast: Peter Morgan, CEO, Deep Learning Partnership

Sci-Fi Short Film: “The Workplace” | DUST

Sci-Fi Short Film: “The Workplace” | DUST Explore the DUST Multiverse on our App: https://bit.ly/DUSTChannel You are very qualifiied. The Workplace by Carlyn Hudson Connect with the Filmmakers: Tweets by HeyCarlyn https://www.instagram.com/theworkplacefilm/ https://www.instagram.com/carlynhudson/ https://www.instagram.com/annahfeinberg/ http://www.carlynhudson.com/ More About “The Workplace”: In a future economy subsumed by… Read More »Sci-Fi Short Film: “The Workplace” | DUST

Streaming Amazon DynamoDB data into a centralized data lake

For organizations moving towards a serverless microservice  approach, Amazon DynamoDB  has become a preferred backend database due to its fully managed, multi-Region, multi-active durability with built-in security controls, backup and restore, and in-memory caching for internet-scale application. , which you can then use to derive near-real-time business… Read More »Streaming Amazon DynamoDB data into a centralized data lake

Is this the start of a technological ‘revolution’ for UK universities?

Creating fast, automated technological processes is essential to limiting disruption in higher education and returning to a semblance of normality. However, traditional technologies aren’t cut out to handle these new variables. The time required to manually code applications to create staggered schedules, monitor attendance and… Read More »Is this the start of a technological ‘revolution’ for UK universities?