The emergence of Big Data and data lakes, doesn't necessarily mean the disappearance of the trusted relational database. The two can coexist, relational databases just need to adjust.
For the transition we propose Database Plus, a new technology & concept applicable to any database, that answers these challenges and eliminates switching costs and vendor lock-in.
Microsoft recently announced two security products: Microsoft Defender Threat Intelligence and Microsoft Defender External Attack Surface Management. These new products are driven by their acquisition of RiskIQ just over a year ago.
LinkedIn recently revealed how they built a new versioned API framework for LinkedIn Marketing APIs that allows external partners to migrate to newer versions of APIs at their own pace.
To help users understand where a back gesture will land them in an Android app, Google has introduced a new predictive back gesture. The new feature allows the user to decide whether they want to complete the gesture or not by showing an animated preview of the gesture outcome.
AWS recently announced the preview of Amazon CodeWhisperer in the AWS Lambda console. Available as a native code suggestion feature in the code editor, the new functionality of the coding assistant can make code recommendations during Lambda function definition.
Researchers from Meta AI and Stanford University have developed a metric for pruning AI datasets which improves training scalability from a power-law to exponential-decay. The metric uses self-supervised learning and performs comparably to existing metrics which require more compute power.
The developer workforce has become increasingly distributed over the past two-plus years, contributing to new levels of stress. There are things IT can leaders do to prepare for the future of software development, yet still ensure their teams have the tools and resources they need to keep individuals engaged, motivated, and fulfilled by their work.
Like other public cloud vendors, Google has a Function-as-a-Service (FaaS) offering with Cloud Functions – and recently announced the second generation's general availability (GA).
The growing number of organizations creating and deploying machine learning solutions raises concerns as to their intrinsic security, argues the NCC Group in a recent whitepaper (Practical Attacks on Machine Learning Systems).
In this podcast, Shane Hastie, Lead Editor for Culture & Methods spoke to Dean Guida of Infragistics about what's needed to enable and support a collaborative, innovative culture.
This week's Java roundup for August 8th, 2022, features news from OpenJDK, JDK 19, JDK 20,
Jakarta EE 10, Spring WebFlow 3.0.0-M1, Spring Tools 4.15.3, Payara Platform Enterprise 5.42.0, Quarkus 2.11.2, MicroStream 7.0.1-beta, Piranha 22.8.0, JobRunr 5.1.7, Eclipse Vert.x 4.3.3, Project Reactor 2022.0.0-M5, Ktor 2.1.0, Apache Camel 3.18.1 and KCDC Conference.
It’s common in microservices to write data in two places, a database and send the content to another microservice. One approach to tackle this problem is dual writes, but you may lose data because of concurrent writes. Debezium is an open-source project for change data capture using the log scanner approach to avoid dual writes and communicate persisted data correctly between services.
Uber engineering has recently open-sourced its highly scalable and reliable shuffle as a service for Apache Spark. Spark is one of the most important tools and platforms in data engineering and analytics. It is shuffling data on local machines by default and causes challenges while the scale is getting very large. Shuffle as a service is a solution developed at Uber for this problem.
AWS recently announced the general availability of license-included Visual Studio software on Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute (Amazon EC2) instances. Organizations can now pay a per-user subscription fee for fully compliant AWS-provided Visual Studio licenses.
At the recent re:Inforce security conference, AWS announced the availability of malware detection for Amazon GuardDuty. The new functionality of the managed threat detection service initiates a scan of the EBS volumes when it detects suspicious behavior indicative of malware on EC2 or containers.