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 February 16, 2015

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Teradata Talks Apps, But Don't Think AppExchange
Teradata Aster App Center is a collection of app templates, not a platform-as-a-service developer community. Here's the lowdown on 29 apps for six industries.
MemSQL, VoltDB Vie For In-Memory Big Data Role
MemSQL, VoltDB present in-memory databases as alternatives to a menagerie of "science projects" used in real-time big data apps. Is SQL simpler?
Containers Explained: 9 Essentials You Need To Know
Containers are the hottest topic in the data center. Here are the essentials that every well-informed IT pro should know and be able to explain.
Big Data Deployment: Finding The Best Model
What's the best IT infrastructure for big data? Here are some of the fundamental choices to consider.
10 In-Memory Database Options Power Speedy Performance
From Altibase to VoltDB and covering options from IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, and SAP, we wrap up leading in-memory databases and add-on options. When you need speed, here are 10 tools to choose.
IBM Watson Cloud Gains Eyes, Ears, And A Voice
IBM Watson developer cloud adds speech-to-text, text-to-speech, visual recognition, and decision services. Will businesses build their own Jeopardy apps?
Data Scientist: STEM Boys Club Open To Women
Data scientist Laurie Skelly says STEM is still largely a boy's club, but that's changing.
Facebook Unveils Open Modular Switch
Dubbed "6-pack," Facebook's new switch platform is designed to allow the social networking giant to build any size switch using common building blocks.
MongoDB Eyes Bigger, Faster NoSQL Deployments
MongoDB 3.0 release promises improved scalability, speed, and manageability through new storage engine options and Ops Manager DBA software.

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