Data is exploding and Exadata is catching up. With the proliferation of cloud technology and in-memory databases; Oracle Exadata X6-2 and X6-8 has it all. It seems to be an ideal platform for hyper-convergence for any data center running Oracle products.
Following are some of the salient features of Oracle X6:
- The compute nodes have twenty two-core Intel Xeon E5-2699 v4 processors
- The memory is DDR4 and of size 256Gb and it can be expanded (more...)
It’s time to announce the 2nd episode of the Gluent New World webinar series!
The Gluent New World webinar series is about modern data management: architectural trends in enterprise IT and technical fundamentals behind them.
GNW02: SQL-on-Hadoop : A bit of History, Current State-of-the-Art, and Looking towards the Future
- This GNW episode is presented by no other than Mark Rittman, the co-founder & CTO of Rittman Mead and an all-around guru of enterprise BI!
It’s that time of year again when Oracle technologists from around the world gather in Las Vegas, NV to teach, learn, and, of course, network with their peers. The Collaborate conference, running for 10 years now, has been a collaboration, if you will, between the Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG), Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG) and Quest International Users Group (Quest), making it one of the largest user group conferences in the world. Rittman (more...)
This post continues my review of GoldenGate Big Data adapters started by review of HDFS and FLUME adapters. Here is list of all posts in the series:
- GoldenGate 12.2 Big Data Adapters: part 1 – HDFS
- GoldenGate 12.2 Big Data Adapters: part 2 – Flume
- GoldenGate 12.2 Big Data Adapters: part 3 – Kafka
In this article I will try the Kafka adapter and see how it works. Firstly, I think it (more...)
Although we are still in stealth mode (kind-of), due to the overwhelming requests for information, we decided to publish a video about what we do :)
It’s a short 5-minute video, just click on the image below or go straight to http://gluent.com:
And this, by the way, is just the beginning.
Gluent is getting close to 20 people now, distributed teams in US and UK – and we are still hiring!
Hi, it took a bit longer than I had planned, but here’s the first Gluent New World webinar recording!
You can also subscribe to our new Vimeo channel here – I will announce the next event with another great speaker soon ;-)
A few comments:
- Slides are here
- I’ll figure a good way to deal with offline follow-up Q&A later on, after we’ve done a few of these events
If you like this (more...)
In this blog post I will show you the configurations that are necessary for RStudio Server to work with Oracle R Enterprise on your Oracle Database server. In theory if you have just installed ORE and then RStudio Server, everything should work, but if you encounter any issues then check out the following.
Before I get started make sure to check out my previous blog posts on installing R Studio Server. The first blog post (more...)
In a previous blog post I showed how you can install and get started with using RStudio on a server by using RStudio Server. My previous post showed how you could do that on the Oracle BigDataLite VM. On this VM everything was nicely scripted and set up for you. But when it comes to installing it on a different server, well things can be a bit different.
The purpose of this blog post is (more...)
As Gluent is all about gluing together the old world and new world in enterprises, it’s time to announce the Gluent New World webinar series!
The Gluent New World sessions cover the important technical details behind new advancements in enterprise technologies that are arriving into mainstream use.
These seminars help you to stay current with the major technology changes that are inevitably arriving into your company soon (if not already). You can make informed decisions about what to learn next – (more...)
A very popular tool for data scientists is RStudio. This tool allows you to interactively work with your R code, view the R console, the graphs and charts you create, manage the various objects and data frames you create, as well shaving easy access to the R help documentation. Basically it is a core everyday tool.
The typical approach is to have RStudio installed on your desktop or laptop. What this really means is that (more...)
Spark is an open source Apache project that provides a framework for multi stage in-memory analytics. Spark is based on the Hadoop platform and can interface with Cassandra OpenStack Swift, Amazon S3, Kudu and HDFS. Spark comes with a suite of analytic and machine learning algorithm allowing you to perform a wide variety of analytics on you distribute Hadoop platform. This allows you to generate data insights, data enrichment and data aggregations for storage on (more...)
Here are the two BIWA Summit 2016 presentations I delivered today. The first one is a collection of high level thoughts (and opinions) of mine and the 2nd one is more technical:
NB! If you want to move to the "New World" - and benefit from the awesomeness of Hadoop, without having to re-engineer your existing applications - (more...)
I’m happy to announce that the last couple of years of hard work is paying off and the Gluent Offload Engine is production now! After beta testing with our early customers, we are now out of complete stealth mode and are ready talk more about what exactly are we doing :-)
Check out our new website and product & use case info here!
Follow us on Twitter:
We are hiring! Need to fill (more...)
I have created a new youtube channel – and have uploaded some videos there already! Bookmark & Subscribe here:
More stuff is coming over the next weeks & months :-)
NB! After a 1.5 year break, this year’s only Advanced Oracle Troubleshooting training class (updated with Oracle 12c content) takes place on 16-20 November & 14-18 December 2015, so sign up now if you plan to attend this year!
Ever wondered, how may startups or companies did Google acquire so far and how much did it pay for them?
But the main question is, what happened to the acquired companies? Was it all waste of money?
With the recent re-structuring, Google became a subsidiary of Alphabet Inc., which now owns most of the parts.