Data Bench is a new proof-of-concept workload that can be used to measure the response-time latency of microservice transactions. This is a new type of workload that places the focus and analysis of computing environments on the handling, processing, and movement of data. Currently in Phase 1 proof-of-concept, this open-source implementation delivers all the required components for an out-of-the-box workload, in a format that is easy to download and easy to use.
Intel® contributes significantly to both software and hardware optimizations for Java*. These optimizations can deliver performance advantages for Java applications that run using the optimized Java Virtual Machine (JVM), and which are powered by Intel® Xeon® processors and Intel® Xeon Phi™ processors. Developers do not need to recompile to get the benefit of these optimizations. The capabilities are already integrated into the latest Intel® processors and the latest Java Development Kit (JDK) release.
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by Henry A. Gabb, Sr. Principal Engineer, Intel Software and Services Group
MeshCentral2 development keeps moving forward. So much is going on, we have to just make a list of new features and changes. MeshCentral2 is still very much in beta, lots work still to be done before it is ready for day-to-day use. This said, much progress is being made. Here is a main recap of the last few weeks:
Smart Encoding for Excellent Visual Quality
Intel just released the next version of Intel® Media SDK 2017 R2.1 for Embedded Linux*. It delivers new features where developers can improve visual quality and stability of media and video workflows running on Intel® platforms.