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Quick Guide to the OpenStack Silicon Valley 2014 conference

The OpenStack Silicon Valley conference will be bringing numerous presenters to a sold-out venue on Tuesday, September 16th in Mountain View, CA. The event will bring together numerous OpenStack luminaries under one roof for a single day of keynotes, talks, … Continue reading ?

Windows 9 lifts features from Ubuntu and Windows Phone

Leaked photos of the Windows Technical Preview are shedding light on what the next version of Windows will look like. The Start Menu, which was killed off by Microsoft Corp. after Windows 7 in favor of the touch friendly Metro … Continue reading ?

How Google shifted Big Data from internal uses to enterprise services | #data14

The industry as a whole has recognized the value of data-driven business, according to Google Inc.’s, Vishwas Agashe. The search giant’s Global Product Lead of Big Data Technologies visited theCUBE’s roving news desk at the Tableau Software, Inc.’s Data 14 Conference … Continue reading ?

The incentives and selection processes behind Tableau’s partner channel | #data14

With 53 partners and counting, Tableau Software, Inc. is in the process of constructing an ecosystem to help them integrate, innovate, and better meet customer needs. Among other undertakings, Tableau and its strategic partner MarkLogic Corp. are currently working together … Continue reading ?

Piston Cloud plays catch-up with OpenStack, touts resource management features

Nearly half a year after the Icehouse release of the OpenStack cloud computing platform hit general availability, Piston Cloud Computing Inc. has finally incorporated its improvements into the commercial distribution of its software for building private clouds on commodity servers. That means … Continue reading ?

Red Hat extends its management reach to OpenStack and AWS

Red Hat Inc. is bringing the centralized management and reporting capabilities of its Satellite platform to the hybrid cloud in a continuation of its efforts to expand beyond the operating system. The move marks the company’s first major product update … Continue reading ?

Why outsiders and non-BI experts are invited to Tableau’s team | #data

Tableau would like to be known for it’s customer-first attitude and easy-to-use set of products. Dan Jewett, VP of Product Management at Tableau Software, Inc., helps the company keep its eye on the ball when it comes to creating end-user friendly … Continue reading ?

Apple Watch vs Galaxy Gear S and other top smartwatches of 2014

There are high hopes for the wearable tech market, despite the design shortcomings that have yet to keep consumers interested in current connected devices. A natural evolution of smartphones and fitness trackers, the smartwatch has become a frontrunner to catalyze the would-be troubled wearable tech … Continue reading ?

BlackBerry buys Movirtu to take the pain out of business phone bills

BlackBerry Ltd. is now officially on an acquisition streak after the Thursday purchase of a London-based startup called Movirtu Ltd., that tackles one of the more subtle challenges to have emerged from the proliferation of employee-owned devices in the workplace. … Continue reading ?

The exClone Project: Now even you can become immortal

“There is no such thing as death. People die only if we forget.” Immortality has long been a dream of humankind; even since before Juan Ponce de Leon sought the legendary “Fountain of Youth,” the ancients pondered everlasting life. These days, … Continue reading ?

How Tableau amplifies MarkLogic: Case study | #data14

Tableau Software Inc.’s ecosystem partners rave about the value Tableau adds to their products. One such partner, MarkLogic Corp., describes itself as “the only enterprise-level noSQL database out there.” Joe Pasqua, MarkLogic’s VP of Product Development explains that Tableau and … Continue reading ?

Good news: Bitcoin is “not a threat” to UK economy

Back in August, George Osborne, the Chancellor of the Exchequer and Second Lord of the Treasury in the United Kingdom, ordered the Treasury to scrutinize the potential risks and benefits of digital currencies like Bitcoin. Now, the Bank of England has released the … Continue reading ?

HP gobbles up Eucalyptus to strengthen cloud biz

In a shock announcement this morning Hewlett-Packard Company has revealed it’s buying up Eucalyptus, the open-source hybrid cloud software maker that’s been such a hit with customers of Amazon Web Services. HP has acquired Eucalyptus ostensibly to bolster its Helion … Continue reading ?

EMC denies it’s planning to sell off VMware

EMC Corp. has reportedly denied that it plans to offload its stake in VMware Inc., just hours after rumors of an impending sale re-emerged via the New York Post. Whispers of this news have been bubbling just under the surface … Continue reading ?

How uses technology, data visualization to bridge old and new | #data14

When I was a kid, my parish implemented speakers throughout the church so that people sitting in the back could hear the priest clearly. Those jet black boxes adorned corners of old wood that were rotting away, depicting an image … Continue reading ?

Linux containers startup Flockport launches first of its kind LXC sharing website

Mumbai, India based startup Flockport launched a first of its kind Linux container (LXC) sharing website for users, administrators and developers providing popular web applications in portable containers that can be deployed in seconds. Flockport is based on LXC. LXC containers … Continue reading ?

Big screen, small battery: iPhone 6 Plus shortcomings

With the introduction of its first phablet, the iPhone 6 Plus, Apple Inc. is conceding that Steve Jobs’ one-size-fits-all iPhone policy was wrong. Much has changed since the 2011 IFA Berlin exhibit show, where Samsung Electronics Ltd. announced that its … Continue reading ?

A weapon against Google Glass spying and safer city pipelines

This week’s Smart City roundup features a gadget to help businesses take care of glassholes, gadgets for the connected office, and a collaboration for safer gas and oil pipelines.  . Cyborg Unplug   Many establishments are now banning the use of … Continue reading ?

Faster, greener and more software-defined: Meet Intel’s next generation data center workhorse

With up to 18 cores and an array of data-driven software capabilities, the Xeon E5-2600 v3 marks one of the biggest leaps in Intel Corp.’s flagship server processor series yet. The new iteration raises the competitive bar beyond merely keeping … Continue reading ?

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