Tag Archives: Apache Mesos

Big Analytics Roundup (August 22, 2016)

MIT Technology Review reports that Chicago’s experiment in predictive policing isn’t working. Data scientists developed a list of a few hundred people likely to commit a shooting; police, however, ignored the predictions, primarily because nobody told them what to do with individuals on the list. The report illustrates a fundamental truth about data science: no amount of insight matters unless your

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Big Analytics Roundup (August 1, 2016)

There are two big stories this week: Apache Spark 2.0 and Apache Mesos 1.0. There’s also a new release from Kylin, and a nice crop of explainers. IEEE Spectrum publishes its third annual ranking of top programming languages, based on twelve metrics drawn from Google Search, Google Trends, Twitter, GitHub, Stack Overflow, Reddit, Hacker News, CareerBuilder, Dice, and the IEEE

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Big Analytics Roundup (April 25, 2016)

Mesosphere wins the internet this week with its announcement that it has open sourced DC/OS, its datacenter virtualization project built around Apache Mesos. While not an “analytics” project per se, DC/OS has the potential to transform how organizations provision and deploy their analytics platforms. In a nutshell, Apache Mesos distributes workloads across physical IT resources. DC/OS adds a container orchestration platform; installation,

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Big Analytics Roundup (April 18, 2016)

In hard news this week, Storm hits a milestone with Release 1.0, Google releases TensorFlow 0.8 with distributed computing support, and DataStax announces DataStax Enterprise Graph. And, following on NVIDIA’s DGX-1 announcement last week there are a number of items on Deep Learning featured below. Deep Learning — Adrian Colyer summarizes a paper that summarizes 900 other papers on Deep Learning. —

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Big Analytics Roundup (February 1, 2016)

There are three hard news stories this week: MSFT releases its toolkit for deep learning, MSFT releases its hybrid cloud platform, and the Zeppelin team releases its latest version.  So MSFT wins the internet. In Computerworld, Doug Cutting celebrates Hadoop’s tenth birthday. InfoWorld distributes its 2016 Technology of the Year awards.  Among the 32 awards: Docker, Kubernetes, Apache Mesos, Apache Ambari, Apache Kafka, Amazon Aurora, Apache Spark,

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