Integration Apache Hadoop was built for processing complex computations on Big Data stores (that is, terabytes to petabytes) with a MapReduce distributed computation model that runs easily on cheap commodity hardware.
As gamers, history buffs, and “Game of Thrones” enthusiasts all know, the right armor on the battlefield can be just as important as strategy or numeric advantage. In our current “Don’t blink or you’ll miss it,” and extremely iterative high-tech environment, no one understands this more than developers (who to… Read More →
Chances are, you’ve heard plenty about the promise of HTML5 and how it’s going to transform the web. For our part, since messaging middleware is near and dear to our hearts, it was only natural that our first major investment in HTML5 was the launch of a new mobile and… Read More →
The Business and Technology of Low Latency Trading (BTLLT) event in London by ATeamGroup took place today. Some of the topics of interest were: TIBCO Financial Services CTO Spencer Greene gave an excellent visionary keynote covering the move from “Trading 2.0 to Trading 3.0”, such as the move from event… Read More →
Microsoft’s entry into complex event processing, their StreamInsight or MSSI product (a SDK for continuous queries), is likely to provide lots of opportunities for the .NET developer community to try out event stream processing. So far as one can tell, this has not had a huge effect on the existing… Read More →