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SQL Date Comparison - How to filter Datetime in SQL Server - SQL Training Online
 
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http://www.sqltrainingonline.com SQL Date Comparison - How to filter Datetime in SQL Server - SQL Training Online In this video, I show you how to do a SQL Date Comparison in SQL Server when your Datetime has an actual time in it. I also include the latest trick that will make this easier if you are using SQL Server 2008 or SQL Server 2012. How do you compare a Datetime in SQL Server? A SQL Datetime stores both Date and Time. So when you are filtering using the SQL Where clause, you have to know if you Datetime is storing the time also. Let's take a look at the employee table in SQL Training Online Simple DB The column we are looking at is the hire date. I want to go after the person who was hired on February, 22 2005. So, I use the following SQL. select * from employee where hire_date='02/22/2005' Now, this works because we don't have any times stored in this column. But, if I change the record from 2005-02-22 00:00:00.000 to 2005-02-22 08:22:25.000 and rerun the query, you see that I don't get any results. That is because the value of 02/22/2005 is really 2005-02-22 00:00:00.000 and I just changed the hire_date to include a time other than 00:00:00.000. So, I have to tweak my query to use a greater than and less than sign. This works. But, to really understand what is going on, let me show you what SQL Server really sees. There are other ways, and in this StackOverflow article you can read more about these other ways. But, I want to point out a few. If you are working in SQL Server 2005 or earlier, the following is supposed to be the fastest performing way to do this. select datediff(dd,0, hire_date),* from employee where dateadd(dd,0, datediff(dd,0, hire_date)) = '2005-02-22' But, if you are working in SQL Server 2008 or SQL Server 2012, they have introduced an actual Date datatype that doesn't include the Time portion. Since this is the case, you can use the CAST function to remove the time from the Datetime. Here is the SQL to do that. select * from employee where CAST(hire_date AS Date) = '2005-02-22' And that's it. If you enjoy the video, please give it a like, comment, or subscribe to my channel. You can visit me at any of the following: SQL Training Online: http://www.sqltrainingonline.com Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sql_by_joey Google+: https://plus.google.com/#100925239624117719658/posts LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/joeyblue Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/sqltrainingonline
Views: 30555 Joey Blue
Informatica : Oracle To Teradata Using ParameterFile
 
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Inserting data from Oracle table to Teradata table wherein at Source Qualifier we pass the SQL Query value using Mapping Parameter and Source and Target connection values from Session Parameter..
Views: 8019 Mandar Gogate
How to connect to Oracle, DB2, MYSQL, ODBC through C++and Oracle ODBC and DB2 CLIE Library
 
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There is a really good open source C++ libary to do this through ODBC. It is easy to set up and showcase. I demo this briefly on it. Get more details and links at: http://quantlabs.net/blog/2011/12/youtube-video-how-c-can-connect-to-mysql-oracle-db2-and-odbc-fairly-easily/ Download source code example here: http://quantlabs.net/blog/2012/11/youtube-video-to-connect-to-oracle-db2-mysql-odbc-through-cand-oracle-odbc-and-db2-clie-library-with-free-source-download/
Views: 15326 Bryan Downing
How to convert a Unix timestamp to DateTime and vice versa
 
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How to convert a Unix timestamp to DateTime and vice versa Angularjs playlist : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KXjD1RiAz1U&list=PLv0T7WlllnSkCfNftTNY8tWqCFWT0sIMd jquery playlist : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jVncasz_iyw&list=PLv0T7WlllnSkkNahiiWu_GMXq49X5ccfe Wcf playlist : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NB4k0RC6vl0&list=PLv0T7WlllnSmcGHacEQnLgKvitcJEsSl6
Views: 3094 Go Freelancer
Mobility Insights at Swisscom: Understanding Collective Mobility in Switzerland (Francois Garillot)
 
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Swisscom is the leading mobile-service provider in Switzerland, with a market share high enough to enable us to model and understand the collective mobility in every area of the country. To accomplish that, we built an urban planning tool that helps cities better manage their infrastructure based on data-based insights, produced with Apache Spark, YARN, Kafka and a good dose of machine learning. In this talk, we will explain how building such a tool involves mining a massive amount of raw data (1.5E9 records/day) to extract fine-grained mobility features from raw network traces. These features are obtained using different machine learning algorithms. For example, we built an algorithm that segments a trajectory into mobile and static periods and trained classifiers that enable us to distinguish between different means of transport. As we sketch the different algorithmic components, we will present our approach to continuously run and test them, which involves complex pipelines managed with Oozie and fuelled with ground truth data. Finally, we will delve into the streaming part of our analytics and see how network events allow Swisscom to understand the characteristics of the flow of people on roads and paths of interest. This requires making a link between network coverage information and geographical positioning in the space of milliseconds and using Spark streaming with libraries that were originally designed for batch processing. We will conclude on the advantages and pitfalls of Spark involved in running this kind of pipeline on a multi-tenant cluster. Audiences should come back from this talk with an overall picture of the use of Apache Spark and related components of its ecosystem in the field of trajectory mining.
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Total seconds from hours, minutes and timestamp
 
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Explaining how to get total seconds from timestamp if it is having hours and minutes.
Views: 112 Didzis Lauva
Hello, SQL DBeaver style
 
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Creating a table, inserting data, and simple select using DBeaver and MariaDB (MySQL)
Views: 29795 drprventura
Jack Berkowitz, Oracle | Oracle Modern Customer Experience
 
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Jack Berkowitz, Oracle, joins theCUBE at Oracle Modern Customer Experience #ModernCX in LasVegas - #theCUBE
Analyzing Server Logs with Kibana
 
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Full course: https://www.udemy.com/elasticsearch-6-and-elastic-stack-in-depth-and-hands-on/?couponCode=ELASTICTUBE "ElasticSearch 6 and Elastic Stack: In-Depth and Hands-On!" We'll see how Kibana's built-in dashboards can quickly produce all the visualizations you need for your server log data.
The Essence of Caching - Ehcache
 
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Google Tech Talk January 24, 2011 Presented by Greg Luck, Founder of Ehcache, Ehcache CTO of Terracotta. ABSTRACT In this talk we will start with a performance problem and lead you through solving it with caching, discovering along the way the problems of distributed caching and their solutions. This will equip you with the tools to analyze a performance situation and to see whether a cache will help and what type of cache to apply. Then we'll talk about Ehcache: New and Notable that walks us from standalone Ehcache which Java developers at Google are probably familiar with to the Distributed Ehcache with Terracotta and then to new features like Search, Write-Behind and Transactions. Topics include: - The nature of system load - Desirable Properties of Scalable Systems - Caching as a solution for off-load, scale out and performance - Why caching works - Tiered Cache Design - SOR Coherency Problem and Solutions - N * Problem and Solution - Cache Cluster topologies - Cache Coherency Problem and Solutions - CAP and PACELC constraints
Views: 27305 GoogleTechTalks
How to take advantage of scale out graph in Azure Cosmos DB  : Build 2018
 
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Real-world data is naturally connected. Learn how to create graph database applications on Azure Cosmos DB and explore the different solutions that it provides to common data scenarios in the enterprise. We will also cover customer cases that currently leverage graph databases in their day-to-day workloads. Create a Free Account (Azure): https://aka.ms/azft-cosmos
Views: 1127 Microsoft Developer
Supercharged graph visualization for cyber security
 
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Cyber security analysts face data overload. They work with information on a massive scale, generated at millisecond levels of resolution detailing increasingly complex attacks. To make sense of this data, analysts need an intuitive and engaging way to explore it: that’s where graph visualization plays a role. Using KeyLines 3.0 to visualize your cyber data at scale During this session, Corey will show examples of how graph visualization can help users explore, understand and derive insight from real-world cyber security datasets. You will learn: - How graph visualization can help you extract insight from cyber data - How to visualize your cyber security graph data at scale using WebGL - Why KeyLines 3.0 is the go-to tool for large-scale cyber graph visualization. This session is suitable for a non-technical audience. https://cambridge-intelligence.com/keylines/cybersecurity/
What is Big data analytic?
 
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http://zerotoprotraining.com What is Big data analytic? This video provides an overview of Big data analytic. Category: Big Data Tags: Big Data Analytics
Views: 1452 HandsonERP
From blobs to relational tables: Where do I store my Data? (Google Cloud Next '17)
 
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Google Cloud Platform (GCP) offers many options for storing your data. From Cloud Storage (Multi-regional, Nearline, Coldline) to the various database services (Cloud Datastore, Cloud SQL, Cloud Bigtable) and data warehousing (BigQuery), learn about the most common workloads and common patterns for data storage. Dominic Preuss and Dave Nettleton discuss decision criteria and the various tradeoffs to consider when choosing your method of data storage. Missed the conference? Watch all the talks here: https://goo.gl/c1Vs3h Watch more talks about Infrastructure & Operations here: https://goo.gl/k2LOYG
Views: 5783 Google Cloud Platform
Tableau - Date Formats
 
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This video shows you on how to deal with the different types of date format representations in tableau.
Views: 11579 LNG
Best Practices for SAP Deployments in GCP (Cloud Next '18)
 
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Last year at Next ‘17 we announced our strategic partnership with SAP. A year later nearly all major SAP products are certified on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). In this session you will learn how to migrate SAP workloads to GCP and what options you have for scaling the SAP setup. We will review reference architectures and share best practices for implementing SAP systems on Google Cloud Platform. Event schedule → http://g.co/next18 Watch more Infrastructure & Operations sessions here → http://bit.ly/2uEykpQ Next ‘18 All Sessions playlist → http://bit.ly/Allsessions Subscribe to the Google Cloud channel! → http://bit.ly/NextSub
Views: 2421 Google Cloud Platform
Crystal Reports - Display Date Range Parameter
 
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http://www.ReportingGuru.com produced this video. This video shows how to display your date range parameter values in your report. Email us at [email protected] if you need help, custom reports, or reporting architecture setup. Our phone number is 1-(800) 921-4759
Views: 20323 Reporting Guru
Steve Krause, Oracle Marketing Cloud | Oracle Modern Customer Experience
 
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Steve Krause, Oracle Marketing Cloud, sits in on theCUBE at Oracle Modern Customer Experience #ModernCX - #theCUBE
Java NetBeans Tutorial:  Connecting to a MySQL Database with Java, JDBC and NetBeans
 
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Download Java Source Code: http://www.luv2code.com/?p=992 In this video you will learn how to connect to MySQL with Java and NetBeans. Please subscribe to this channel :-) - https://www.youtube.com/user/luv2codetv?sub_confirmation=1 Video Transcript Time - 00:00 Hi, this is Chad (shod) with luv2code.com. In this video, you will learn how to connect to MySQL with Java and NetBeans. Time - 00:10 Let's go over the development process. The first thing we'll do is review the database tables, then we'll download and add MySQL database driver to NetBeans, then we'll actually create the Java code. Time - 00:25 Let's look at our database and see what data we have. We'll move to the MySQL workbench tool. See that we have a table called Employees and then we'll do a select star from that table and we'll see that we have three employees currently in our database. Time - 00:46 Now I'll create a simple NetBeans project. I'll go to the File menu, I'll select new Project. Make sure the Java application is selected and click next. For the project name, I'll give it jdbcdemo, I'll click Finish. Now what I'll do is I'll add a new Java Class. I'll select the project, I'll right click, I'll select New Java Class. For the name of the class I'll enter demo and hit finish. Now I have a basic Java Class ready to go. Time - 01:26 I will show you how to download the MySQL database driver and add it to your NetBeans project. First thing we have to do is visit the MySQL website at dev.mysql.com. On this page, we'll choose the dropdown and we'll select the platform independent. We'll choose the second entry here, the ZIP Archive and we'll click the download button. On the next page right near the bottom, we'll say no thanks, just start my download. Then we'll save it to our local system. Time - 02:07 Now let's move over to our Finder window on our file system and find the actual file that we just downloaded and I want to uncompressed it because right now it's a ZIP. I'll double click it, this will expand it or extract it. I'll look at it through list view. Now I have this new directory with the artifacts and there's a MySQL connector Java bin.jar, that's the actual JDBC driver that we'll use. Time - 02:35 Now we need to copy this file to the NetBeans project directory. I'll right click, I'll select copy then I'll switch over to NetBeans, I'll click the files tab and I'll select my project and I'll right click and I'll say paste. Even though the file is copied over, we still need to tell NetBeans that this a JAR library that we'll use on our project. What I'll do know is I'll click on the projects tab, I'll go to libraries and I'll choose add library and now I'll navigate to that NetBeans project directory where I actually have the file stored. Jbdcdemo and MySQL connector Java bin and I'll select choose. Then I'll expand this library's folder and we'll see that now this MySQL Java driver is part of this NetBeans project. Time - 03:37 Now let's start with the coding. The first thing I need to do is import Java to SQL package and then I'll drop in code for this main map it and then I'll walk through the code and show you how it works. This is our main map it, the main routine for the application. Then we have variables for the connection statement and result set. We also have the user id and password that we'll use. Time - 04:03 Then the first step is getting a connection to a database. We'll use the URL, the user id and the password. Then we go through and we create a statement object. Then we use this statement object to execute SQL query, select star from employees, then we'll process the result set and we'll simply print out the last name of the employee along with the first name. We have our accession handler and then we also clean up our resources at the end once we're done. Time - 04:42 Then to actually run the application, we will right click, select run file and at the bottom we have our output. We have our three employees that were listed in the database and our Java program was able to access it successfully. Great. Time - 04:59 Okay so this wraps up our video. You learned how to use NetBeans to connect to a MySQL database. Please subscribe to our channel to view more videos on Java, click thumbs up to like our video. Also visit our website luv2code.com to download the Java source code used in this video.
Views: 105368 luv2code
Experiments in Big Data Visualization on Maps
 
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Brendan Kenny and Mano Marks continue their series on using the CanvasLayer library and HTML5 APIs to visualize large amounts of data on top of Google maps. This week they look at loading Shapefiles and KML directly in the browser and using WebGL to render their content over a map. The libraries mentioned by Mano Marks and Brendan Kenny are: JSTS (a JavaScript port of the Java Topology Suite): https://github.com/bjornharrtell/jsts shp.js: https://github.com/kig/shp.js/ CanvasLayer is in the source for the Google Maps API Utility Library: http://code.google.com/p/google-maps-utility-library-v3/
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Day Two Wrap | Oracle Modern Customer Experience
 
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Day Two Wrap with John Furrier and Petter Burris at Oracle Modern Customer Experience #ModernCX - #theCUBE
SSIS Web API Destination - POST data to URL and parse response (REST, SOAP, JSON, XML)
 
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Learn how to POST data to API in few clicks. Integrate REST API in your SQL Server environment using SSIS drag and drop components. For more information visit http://zappysys.com/products/ssis-powerpack/ssis-web-api-destination-connector/ SSIS Web API Destination can be used to POST data to any API end point such as JSON API (i.e. POST to REST API) or POST to XML API (i.e. SOAP Web Service). This task provides several advanced options which makes it possible to connect virtually any API Service. Features • POST data to any API endpoint without coding (Read more…) • Support for windows / basic authentication, client certificate and OAuth (Read more…) • Support for File upload, REST API POST using Multipart/form-data (Read more…) • Support for Cookies (Read more…) • Support for Response Output (includes ResponseText and StatusCode) • Support for Error Output (Redirect failed request) • Support for easy Test UI (see request/response) • Support for Bulk Mode (Group multiple requests into single body) • Support for advanced options (e.g. Gzip compression, timeout, Set SSL/TLS protocols. TLS 1.2 supported) • Support for dynamic variable replacement with format specifiers anywhere inside header or request data (e.g. {{User::MyVar}} ) • Support for SQL Server 2005, 2008, 2012, 2014, 2016 (32 bit and 64 bit)
Views: 3987 ZappySys
How to migrate existing MongoDB and Cassandra apps to Azure Cosmos DB - BRK3160
 
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Bring your Mongo DB and Cassandra applications to Azure Cosmos DB and benefit from turnkey global distribution, and guaranteed low latency for cloud scale. Learn how easy it is to migrate your existing NoSQL applications to Azure Cosmos DB by using the MongoDB API and Cassandra API. In this session, find out about the tools used in the process, see the code that leverages Azure Cosmos DB, and learn about techniques for working around the differences between the two products.
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An Introduction to SQLite
 
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Google TechTalks May 31, 2006 Richard Hipp ABSTRACT SQLite is a small C library that implements a self-contained, embeddable, zero-configuration SQL database engine. SQLite implements a large subset of SQL-92 and stores a complete database in a single disk file. The library footprint is less than 250 KB making is suitable for use in embedded devices and applications where memory space is scarce. This talk provides a quick overview of SQLite, its history, its strengths and weaknesses, and describes situations where it is much more useful than a traditional client/server database. The talk concludes with a discussion of the lessons learned from the development of SQLite and how those lessons...
Views: 71647 GoogleTechTalks
GraphConnect 2018 Keynote: Emil Eifrem and Hilary Mason
 
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Watch Neo4j CEO Emil Eifrem present the 2018 NYC GraphConnect keynote, followed by a presentation on the future of artificial intelligence and machine learning by Hilary Mason of Cloudera. #GraphConnect #ArtificialIntelligence #MachineLearning
Views: 5206 Neo4j
[MOD] DotA 2 Gem Snoop Dogg Hologram
 
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Inspired by: http://i.imgur.com/QQuyqMF.jpg Download: http://www.mediafire.com/download/2y3vquazbjodc0e/gem_snoop.zip Installation: 1) Extract to 'dota 2 beta\dota' 2) Add '-override_vpk' to startup parameters
Views: 12843 Ilya F.
Kelsey Hightower, Google Cloud Platform | KubeCon 2018
 
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Kelsey Hightower, Staff Developer Advocate, Google Cloud Platform, sits down with John Furrier & Stu Miniman at KubeCon 2018 in Seattle, Wa. #KubeCon #GoogleCloudPlatform #theCUBE
Views: 2907 SiliconANGLE theCUBE
Real-Time Automatic Artery Segmentation, Reconstruction and Registration for Ultrasound-Guided
 
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Real-Time Automatic Artery Segmentation, Reconstruction and Registration for Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anaesthesia of the Femoral Nerve To get this project in Online or through training sessions Contact: Chennai Office: JP INFOTECH, Old No.31, New No.86, 1st Floor, 1st Avenue, Ashok Pillar, Chennai – 83. Landmark: Next to Kotak Mahendra Bank / Bharath Scans. Landline: (044) - 43012642 / Mobile: (0)9952649690 Pondicherry Office: JP INFOTECH, #45, Kamaraj Salai, Thattanchavady, Puducherry – 9. Landline: (0413) - 4300535 / (0)9952649690 Email: [email protected], Website: http://www.jpinfotech.org, Blog: http://www.jpinfotech.blogspot.com The goal is to create an assistant for ultrasoundguided femoral nerve block. By segmenting and visualizing the important structures such as the femoral artery, we hope to improve the success of these procedures. This article is the first step towards this goal and presents novel real-time methods for identifying and reconstructing the femoral artery, and registering a model of the surrounding anatomy to the ultrasound images. The femoral artery is modelled as an ellipse. The artery is first detected by a novel algorithm which initializes the artery tracking. This algorithm is completely automatic and requires no user interaction. Artery tracking is achieved with a Kalman filter. The 3D artery is reconstructed in real-time with a novel algorithm and a tracked ultrasound probe. A mesh model of the surrounding anatomy was created from a CT dataset. Registration of this model is achieved by landmark registration using the centerpoints from the artery tracking and the femoral artery centerline of the model. The artery detection method was able to automatically detect the femoral artery and initialize the tracking in all 48 ultrasound sequences. The tracking algorithm achieved an average dice similarity coefficient of 0.91, absolute distance of 0.33 mm, and Hausdorff distance 1.05 mm. The mean registration error was 2.7 mm, while the average maximum error was 12.4 mm. The average runtime was measured to be 38, 8, 46 and 0.2 milliseconds for the artery detection, tracking, reconstruction and registration methods respectively.
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AWS re:Invent 2018 | Day One Keynote Analysis
 
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John Walls, Justin Warren & John Furrier kick off day one of AWS re:Invent 2018 in Las Vegas, NV. #reInvent #AWS #theCUBE
Views: 1027 SiliconANGLE theCUBE
Inside Flash with Sam Marraccini: Episode #1: VFCache Introduction
 
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Welcome to the premiere Episode of Inside Flash. Inside Flash is your connection to flash technologies here at EMC. EMC first introduced Flash technology with Symmetrix DMX-4 systems back in early 2008. That's 4 years and two generations ago. The impact at the time was HUGE, and Industry Analysts were quoted as saying, "This could very well be one of those killer advantages that only appear every 10-15 years". In reality, this created the first category of "Flash" in the enterprise, Flash in the array. Flash in the array set the stage for EMC FAST or Fully Automated Storage Tiering. This automated tiering process ensures application data is on the right tier of storage at the right time, at a sub LUN level. So if a single data set, or table, in your database is heavily accessed, it would be automatically moved to EFDs or flash (The Highest Performance tier). While the less used data would migrate to a lower performance storage tier (Maybe SATA). Customers all over have found that a little Flash would go a long way, reducing physical spindle requirements and increasing performance. The Hybrid Flash Array is born. While there is tremendous advantage in the Hybrid array, tradition IO still needs to traverse a storage network. To further increase response time, EMC continued the trend of Flash innovation with the announcement of Project Lightning at EMC World 2011. Project Lightning, now EMC VFCache, is server-side PCIe based Flash that can be configured as a Cache, local storage or both. The hardware is the easy part; the most important piece is the software!! VFCache software includes technology at the heart of EMCs data protection heritage. This secret sauce includes EMC technologies and patents based on decades of engineering. It is the best of the best of the best and nothing else. That software extends EMCs FAST to the server itself. Allowing IO to be measured in Microseconds (not milliseconds), VFCache represents what I see as the second of four categories of Flash in the enterprise. Inside Flash is your connection to all things EMC and Flash. Check out the blog at www.insideflash.com and be sure to follow me on Twitter @emcmsft and @insideflash Thanks for watching, and feel free to contact me via email Sam Marraccini, ([email protected])
Views: 872 Sam Marraccini
#BDAM: Introducing Apache Apex (Incubating) - Thomas Weise
 
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EXPAND FOR MORE INFO. Speaker: Thomas Weise, DataTorrent Big Data Applications Meetup, 12/02/2014 Palo Alto, CA More info here: http://www.meetup.com/BigDataApps/ Link to slides: About the talk: DataTorrent lead architects- Pramod and Thomas will present and introduce you to Project Apex, the industry’s only enterprise grade, fault tolerant batch and stream processing engine. In this talk you will learn: • Batch and Streaming in a unified architecture- SAY WHAT • Show you how DataTorrent and APEX drive ease of use, ease of operability and ease of management • Show you the benefits of using a truly enterprise grade platform and reduce time to business insight • You don't have to rewrite or redo your existing code or operational processes and be up and running with new applications in hours and days. NOT weeks and months. YOU GOT TO BE KIDDING • See a quick hands on ‘how to build your first application using Apex
Views: 326 Cask
Microservice Deployment course extract - Getting Started with Jenkins
 
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This is an extract from the VirtualPairProgrammers Microservice Deployment course featuring Ansible, Jenkins and AWS. This chapter includes the initial configuration (including unlocking) and the first checkout from GitHub. The full course is available at www.virtualpairprogrammers.com CLOSE DOWN ANY RESOURCES YOU HAVE USED SO THAT YOU DON'T INCUR ONGOING AWS ACCOUNT CHARGES!!
Introducing AgilePQ DCM (Digital Conversion Module)
 
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Presented on January 6, 2017, this webinar featured a presentation from three AgilePQ speakers on cryptography and the AgilePQ Digital Conversion Module (DCM).
Views: 256 NREL Learning
Modernize your Data Platform with SQL technologies
 
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Take a deep dive and a behind-the-scenes look at Microsoft SQL Server 2016: ‘It Just Runs Faster’, focused on scalability and performance enhancements. This talk discusses the improvements, not only for awareness, but expose design and internal change details. The beauty behind ‘It Just Runs Faster’ is your ability to just upgrade, in place, and take advantage without lengthy and costly application or infrastructure changes. If you are looking at why SQL Server 2016 makes sense for your business you won't want to miss this session. https://www.microsoft.com/techsummit
Future-Proof Your Risk Management and Compliance with Graph Technology
 
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Nav Mathur, Senior Director - Global Solutions - Neo4j In the aftermath of the Lehman crisis of 2008, financial services firms face a number of new regulations and risk management challenges. One key regulation is the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB), which is part of the upcoming Basel IV set of reforms. The new regulations require banks to reserve sufficient capital to maintain solvency through market downturns and avoid the need for government bailouts. However, in this challenge lies an opportunity: Banks are using FRTB mandates in order to build a firm foundation for future risk management and compliance applications that lower development and staffing expenses, optimize reserve ratios, maximize available capital and drive investment profits. This webinar discusses why your financial services firm should build your own internal risk models to avoid the higher capital reserve requirements set by regulators. This approach requires connected data, traceability and the speedy calculation of aggregate risk, but it results in lower reserve requirements and higher profits. This webinar will also include a demonstration of such internal risk models and will include a real-life scenario to showcase the value of graph technology to realize these risk models and their associated data lineage and risk calculations.
Views: 385 Neo4j
Metamarkets - Big Data TV
 
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http://www.BigDatalandscape.com brings you a fascinating interview with Mike Driscoll, CEO of Metamarkets - http://www.metamarkets.com. Metamarkets is a leader in Data Science as a Service.
Views: 388 David Feinleib
GTAC 2010: What Testability Tells Us About the Software Performance Envelope
 
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Google Test Automation Conference 2010 October 28-29, 2010 "What Testability Tells us About the Software Performance Envelope" Presented by Robert V. Binder, President, System Verification Associates. ABSTRACT Broadly understood, testability defines the limits on producing and releasing complex systems with an acceptable risk of costly or dangerous defects. This talk will explore testability, consider what we know about how it, and challenge the audience with some open problems. * Essential complexity and emergent behavior * The economics of software risk * Reliability: why debugging doesn't matter * Prevention: why it isn't enough * Testing Strategies: looking for love in all the wrong places? * Test automation paradigms: still looking for love in all the wrong places? * The Testing Performance Envelope: up to and beyond the edge Robert V. Binder is a software entrepreneur and technologist with over 34 years of systems engineering experience. His 1994 analysis of software testability http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=184077 has had a continuing influence on research and practice in this area. As principal of System Verification Associates, he leads teams that deliver advanced IT assurance solutions. He was recently awarded a U.S. Patent for a unique approach to model-based testing of mobile systems. He is a member of the Editorial Board of Software Testing, Verification, and Review and internationally recognized as the author of the definitive Testing Object-Oriented Systems: Models, Patterns, and Tools. Robert holds an MS in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Chicago and a MBA from the University of Chicago. He is an IEEE Senior Member. Slides available at https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0B4fT-BFGDnQkNTIxZmE5MDctYTJhZS00OThhLTkwY2QtNTk2OGQ4MjUzNWQx&sort=name&layout=list&pid=0B4fT-BFGDnQkYzVlMWY4M2EtYjRkYi00MDQ5LTg5ODUtNGQ4ZWU5N2NlMTRl&cindex=1
Views: 4940 GoogleTechTalks
Multi Data Center MySQL with Continuent Tungsten
 
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http://www.percona.com/resources/mysql-webinars. Many users are challenged with how to setup multi-master, multi-site MySQL clusters. How do you go from a single database server to a scalable cluster? Or move from a brittle MySQL replication system to a transparent, manageable database cluster? In this joint webinar with Continuent, Percona will examine how Continuent Tungsten addresses these problems. First, we will discuss the read-write splitting functionality of the Tungsten Connector. Next, we will demonstrate the multi-data center capabilities of Continuent Tungsten. We will set up a total of 9 cluster nodes in 3 different data centers and demonstrate various failure scenarios, while traffic is running: One of the nodes goes down Two of the nodes go down One of the data centers goes down Two of the data centers go down At the end of this webinar you will know how to quickly configure and provision highly optimized Continuent Tungsten deployments in the cloud or on-premise.
Making an animated GIF in Linux
 
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From this video you will learn how to make a GIF in Linux. I convert jpeg to GIF, but you can also conver png to GIF in the same way. The process is very simple and straightforward: 1. Install imagemagick: sudo apt-get install imagemagick 2. Place all your images to a separate folder 3. Convert images to GIF convert -delay 100 -loop 0 *.jpeg animatedGIF.gif -delay specifies the delay between frame in milliseconds. -loop indicates how many loops to run. 0 means infinity. The website post with my GIF http://averagelinuxuser.com/xfce-look-modern-and-beautiful/ The Linux Mint theme is described here https://youtu.be/osA-ZEEz6Zw The wallpaper can be download from here https://plus.google.com/b/105235169774065518394/collection/YlkQNE ################################################ Support on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/averagelinuxuser Donate through PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/Kryvokhyzha ################################################ More cool Linux stuff at other social media: Google+ - Best Linux Stuff: https://plus.google.com/+AverageLinuxUser Facebook - Top Linux Tips: https://www.facebook.com/AverageLinuxUser Twitter - Daily Linux News: http://twitter.com/AVGLinuxUser Website: http://averagelinuxuser.com/
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Google I/O 2012 - Storing Data in Google Apps Script
 
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Drew Csillag This session covers the different ways in which developers can store data when using Google Script. We'll break things down by use case, and then show examples of how to use the different options: spreadsheet, Script/User Properties, JDBC connector, and distribution. For all I/O 2012 sessions, go to https://developers.google.com/io/
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Cloud OnAir: How Secure Are Your APIs?
 
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APIs have revolutionized how companies build new marketing channels, access new customers, and create ecosystems. Enabling this requires the exposure of APIs to a broad range of partners and developers – and potential threats. This webinar will help you learn more about the latest API security issues, including the threat landscape, API security best practices, and how you can proactively protect your APIs from such threats.
Google Cloud Next Amsterdam '17 - "Keynote"
 
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Hear from Sebastien Marotte, VP Google Cloud EMEA, Julien Blanchez, Security & Compliance Strategist, Tino Tereshko, Global Big Data Lead, Bill Hippenmeyer, EMEA Head of Sales Engineering and André Hoekzema, Head of Google Cloud Benelux. Discover and deep dive into Google Cloud's technology to turn data into a comprehensive business and innovation. Attendees will also hear some exclusive partner and customer products announcement as well as use cases. Let's build together what's next with Google Cloud.
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Authors@Google: Ben Shneiderman
 
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"Analyzing Social Media Networks with NodeXL" When information visualization is smoothly integrated with statistical techniques users can make important discoveries and bold decisions. Our 20-year history in coupling direct manipulation principles with dynamic queries, coordinated multiple windows, tree-maps, time-box selectors, and other innovations has produced academic and commercial success stories such as www.Spotfire.com and www.cs.umd.edu/hcil/treemap-history. Now we've turned to the difficult problem of network analysis and visualization. The free, open-source NodeXL (www.codeplex.com/nodexl) demonstrates novel approaches to importing network data (email, website, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, etc.), applying metrics, performing clustering, and then giving rich controls over network layouts to support exploration and presentation. BEN SHNEIDERMAN (http://www.cs.umd.edu/~ben) is a Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Founding Director (1983-2000) of the Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory (http://www.cs.umd.edu/hcil/) at the University of Maryland. He was elected as a Fellow of the Association for Computing (ACM) in 1997, a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in 2001, and a Member of the National Academy of Engineering in 2010. He received the ACM SIGCHI Lifetime Achievement Award in 2001.
Views: 4140 Talks at Google
Mike Waas, Datometry | CUBEConversation, April 2018
 
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Mike Waas, CEO, Datometry sits down with John Furrier for a CubeConversation at our studio in Palo Alto, CA.
Ruby Conf 2013 - Promiscuous: A robust service-oriented architecture framework
 
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For anyone who has built an application that's larger than what a small team can build in a few months, the euphoria of working with frameworks like Rails or Sinatra is quickly lost to the pain of a sprawling disorganized code base, slow tests, and long ramp up time for new developers. Extracting Service Objects or abandoning MVC for something like MOVE only complicates the code base and fails to make things simpler. Moving to Javascript MVC helps extract a lot of view logic but you're still left with a monolithic backend. The solution we propose is to split up your monolithic app into many smaller, easy to maintain, applications. Splitting applications is challenging for numerous reasons. One of the biggest challenge is to keep all the applications' data in sync. We introduce Promiscuous[1], an open source replication framework that facilitates data replication across applications in a safe and consistent manner. Unlike traditional approaches such as Stripe's MoSQL[2] and LinkedIn's Databus[3], which operate at the database level, Promiscuous transparently instruments the ActiveModel interface to replicate model operations by using Redis and RabbitMQ. This makes it a great solution for separation of concerns, heterogeneous database replication, and asynchronous triggers in the datacenter. By Nicolas Viennot & Kareem Kouddous We'll dive into the mechanics of Promiscuous and how we used it to split our monolithic application into eight small, single purpose applications. We will also show our findings in scalability, deployment, migration, unit/integration testing, and general architecture best practices laced with real world examples. Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/FG4Z/
Views: 4038 Confreaks
An Introduction to SQLite
 
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Google TechTalks May 31, 2006 Richard Hipp ABSTRACT SQLite is a small C library that implements a self-contained, embeddable, zero-configuration SQL database engine. SQLite implements a large subset of SQL-92 and stores a complete database in a single disk file. The library footprint is less than 250 KB making is suitable for use in embedded devices and applications where memory space is scarce. This talk provides a quick overview of SQLite, its history, its strengths and weaknesses, and describes situations where it is much more useful than a traditional client/server database. The talk concludes with a discussion of the lessons learned from the development of SQLite and how those lessons...
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Forward 5: JS Live Stream
 
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AngularJS + REST Made Simple: Connecting AngularJS to a Backend with REST & JSON
 
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AngularJS + REST Made Simple: Connecting AngularJS to a Backend with REST & JSON Speaker: Ben Busse, technology evangelist at dreamfactory Angular provides several convenient ways to interact with backend data using REST and JSON. This talk will explain an easy way to auto-generate REST APIs and wire up Angular to data sources like SQL, NoSQL, remote file storage, and external web services using an open source REST platform called DreamFactory. This session will introduce DreamFactory's REST API console, demonstrate a simple Angular app using CORS and REST calls for user creation, authentication, database CRUD, and external web services. Lastly, we'll briefly cover API test cases and mobile app deployment with Yeoman, DreamFactory, and PhoneGap. slides: Brad's: http://goo.gl/mvKxlz Ben's: http://goo.gl/VKDt2F James': http://goo.gl/el53vz Misko's: http://goo.gl/eFAsqw and http://goo.gl/6gwcDN
Views: 321717 Angular