CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, is well known for its LHC particle accelerator, and the discovery of the Higgs particle. Unsurprisingly, innovation in Engineering and Information Technology are key to its success; technologies, such as Computing Grids, the World-Wide-Web, and capacitive touch screens all began at CERN. In this presentation, Derek Mathieson gives […]

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There is a wealth of data around on public transport. What is the best way to take advantage of it? Alexandre Masselot is giving an introductory talk, exploring some of the on-trend frameworks at Voxxed Days Zurich. We asked him what inspires him, and the importance of near real-time Big Data.   What inspires your […]

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With an accelerating movement towards graph models, we caught up with Matthias Broecheler, Director of Engineering for DSE Graph at DataStax, to get his take on the advance.   Voxxed: There seems to be an increasing movement among big data vendors towards graph models – what’s your take on this? Do you see it as […]

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Andy Petrella (@noootsab) chats to Voxxed about the evolution of data science, the ‘death’ of Big Data, and why the JVM is a natural fit for capturing and analysing data. Filmed at Devoxx France 2016.

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Hadoop Summit 2016 keynoter Emer Coleman, Disruption Ltd, chats to Voxxed about the brave new world software is ushering in – and the ethical challenges looming on the horizon. What role can software developers play in the charting guidelines for the future of tech – and how does one go about deciding what ‘good’ data […]

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Couchbase 4.5 Beta is now available, download! This release has three main themes: Here is the list of features that you can now play with: Faster Sub Document API Memory-Optimized Global Indexes Array Indexing Faster Read-Your-Own-Write Consistency with N1QL Queries Improved Index Write Performance with Circular Writes Flexible Commutative JOINs in N1QL Simpler Integrated Query […]

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Today real-time content is continuously generated by a large number of systems. This information needs to be quickly routed to multiple types of consumers, but can render producers inaccessible. For this reason, a mechanism to integrate info from producers to consumers that should avoid code rewriting at both sides is needed. A great challenge in […]

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“Big Data” is currently a big hype. Large amounts of historical data are stored in Hadoop or other platforms. Business Intelligence tools and statistical computing are used to draw new knowledge and to find patterns from this data, for example for promotions, cross-selling or fraud detection. The key challenge is how these findings can be […]

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For a long time, Neo4j occupied a unique niche in the market with its graph based data model, but as data flows have become more complex, more and more vendors have been experimenting with the power of the graph. This week, open source search provider Elastic has stepped up with new capabilities for two of […]

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