We’re coming out of public beta and launching Continuuity Reactor 2.0. Now, businesses and developers can build and deploy production Big Data apps using our platform. We added a collection of new features to make Continuuity Reactor 2.0 production-ready, including MapReduce Scheduling, High Availability, Resource Isolation and full REST API support.Watch the video presentation.
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
In this podcast, Jonathan Gray from Continuuity describes the company's Reactor 2.0 Big Data App server.
Tuesday, October 22, 2013
In this podcast, Gary Tyreman from Univa describes the company's recent acquistion of Grid Engine assets from Oracle. As a part of the transaction, Univa acquired Oracle Grid Engine assets and intellectual property making it the sole commercial provider of Grid Engine. Watch the video presentation.
In this podcast, Bob Braham from SGI describes the company’s new offerings for Big Data in the enterprise including: New SGI InfiniteData Cluster New Hadoop public Sandbox New SGI ObjectStore SGI InfiniteStorage Gateway Watch the video presentation.
Monday, October 21, 2013
In this podcast, Dr. Rebecca Hartman-Baker from iVEC in Australia describes how she pulled together a team in Perth for the SC13 Student Cluster Competition. Using innovative profiling tools like Allinea MAP, the iVEC team hopes to tune application codes and gain a competitive edge. Download the MP3
Saturday, October 19, 2013
In this podcast, Koality co-founder and COO Jordan Potter demonstrates how the company's cloud software testing platform automatically parallelizes your test suite across available virtual machines, making tests up to 64x faster.
Koality is a seamless server-side application that sits between your startup’s repository and your engineers’ computers to improve code changes. You don’t have to change your workflow — but instead of pushing code to your repository, your patches will first go through Koality. The server will then run test suites before submitting to the repository. If there is something wrong with your code, you will receive a notification. Koality effectively ends broken builds and countless wasted hours."Download the MP3
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
In this podcast, Richard Fujimoto and Surya Kalidindi from Georgia Tech describe the new FLAMEL doctoral student training program. FLAMEL is designed to develop innovations in computing, mathematics, material science, and manufacturing in order to accelerate the creation of new high performance materials for applications.
In this podcast, Wiliam Bain and David Brinker from ScaleOut Software present: Enabling Real-Time Analytics Using Hadoop Map/Reduce. "Welcome to real-time analytics for Hadoop! ScaleOut hServer V2 is the world's first in-memory execution engine for Hadoop MapReduce. Now you can analyze live data using standard Hadoop MapReduce code, in memory and in parallel without the need to install and manage the Hadoop stack of software. Watch the presentation video.