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DataOps and the Data Platform

They say that data, if tortured enough, will confess to anything. Maybe this is the explanation behind how and why data became a buzzword by the end of the 90s when hard drive production

Cloud Search with Liam Cavanagh

Search is part of almost every application. Users search for movies to watch. Engineers search through terabytes of log messages to find exceptions. Drivers search through maps to find a

Open vSwitch: Virtual Networking with Ben Pfaff

Virtual machines are operating system instances that run alongside each other on the same physical host. The virtual machines running on a physical host are managed by a hypervisor

Data Warehouse with Christian Kleinerman

A data warehouse provides fast access to large data sets for analytics, data science, and dashboards. A data warehouse differs from a transactional database, because you often do not

Mapillary: Computer Vision Crowdsourcing with Peter Neubauer

Mapillary is a platform for gathering photos taken by smartphones and using that data to build a 3D model of the world. Mapillary’s model of the world includes labeled objects such as