April 11th, 2018 | 18 mins 28 secs
data, data management, data platforms, data storage, dbas, kasten, microservices, release cycles, scalability
For microservices environments, data can be tricky. In a system where everything is designed to be highly ephemeral, scalable, and temporary, data storage doesn't fit into any of those categories. Stateful applications require stable data platforms that don't vanish when traffic goes down, or get overwhelmed when a site is overloaded.
January 11th, 2018 | 45 mins 15 secs
big data, computer science, data, data analysis, data management, data streaming, iot, mapr, netflix, programming
Autonomous cars alone create over 3-4 terabytes of data per vehicle hour. There are new businesses like Netflix creating huge volumes of data. No industry has seen this volume of data ever before. How are we going to leverage this data? What are the challenges as we slip into a data driven world? How is machine learning going to help?
July 6th, 2017 | 43 mins 10 secs
big data, data, data management, developers, devops, health data, healthcare, hybridization, ihme, infrastructure, multi-tenancy, navops, univa
The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington is, on its face, a single research facility that just happens to claim the largest repository of human health data anywhere in the world. But that repository is by virtue of a unique organizational structure that flips the whole question of hybridizations on its ear (assuming that such an organization keeps its ears in the same place).