This paper focuses on optimizing the design and deployment of Web-tier services using Intel® based servers, communications, and storage solutions to achieve the best balance of high-performance, low power consumption, high-availability, affordability and low Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
Traditional Business Intelligence (BI) infrastructure cannot handle today’s massive, diverse, and fast-moving data streams. In this brief, learn how Apache Hadoop* running on Intel® Architecture provides a foundation you can implement today for targeted value, and then expand almost without limit to meet growing needs.
This paper describes three usage models that can help you implement a flexible and efficient big data infrastructure to realize competitive advantages in your own business. It also describes Intel innovations in silicon, systems, and software that can help you to deploy these and other big data solutions with optimal performance, cost, and energy efficiency.
Hi everyone. First, for people in the US, happy long weekend! I just wanted to give an update on what is going on with Meshcentral.com. Here is a lot of interest in the technology and so, I have been busy fixing and improving all sorts of things, most of the focus is on the server side and underlying peer-to-peer routing. But I got two fun things to report:
On May 23rd we held another Intel AppLab at the Microsoft Technology center. We had developers from top Fortune 500 companies in the healthcare, banking, materials, manufacturing and agricultural sectors. The event was held in a large classroom style facility. Presentation from local Microsoft and Intel presenters received high marks on our survey from the participants. We also had a presentation from UX/UI specialist Dr.
The Linux Foundation is delivering a 4-day, hands-on training course that provides the knowledge and skills needed to successfully engineer, provision, maintain, and administer high-availability clusters to support mission-critical workloads. Heavily focused on mission critical workloads, High Availability Linux Architecture focuses on concepts and best practices used to meet security and high availability requirements using the latest hardware technologies such as Intel Xeon Processor E7 Family, driven by current open source tools found in the three main Linux distribution families.
Well, just last week I returned from one of our first Application Development Labs (AppLab) devoted to development on the Intel Platform on Windows* 8 for touch, sensor, and HTML5. The event took place in Los Angeles (LA) California in the United States.