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For decades, a sharp divide was drawn between information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT). The former is concerned with enabling data-driven business decisions, and the latter is concerned with monitoring and controlling physical processes, from factory floors to ATM machines, to connected vehicles. Only recently has there emerged a data-centric approach to IoT applications […]
The talk explains the basic principles of time-series data processing and how they affected the design of our TS storage. In this (very) practical talk we are going to discuss technical challenges and design decisions made during the process.
This video walks you through the process of getting started with Hazelcast Cloud Enterprise, the managed service for Hazelcast IMDG.
Learn how Germany's largest motor vehicle insurance company for private households HUK-COBURG, uses Hazelcast in-memory data grid to serve more customers and reduce the costs of maintaining the data infrastructure.
Hazelcast, IBM, and Intel will walk through an integrated architecture of hardware and software, optimized for Multi-Cloud, Hybrid-Cloud, and Edge, that can deliver on these needs. Can't attend the live times? You should still register! We'll be sending out the recording after the webinar to all registrants.
In this session, Huseyin will talk about how to create a multi-tenant environment on Kubernetes to build a managed service. He will share the golden rules of building a managed service on top of Kubernetes with real-life examples using the experience he gained during Hazelcast Cloud development.
This solution brief describes how Hazelcast and IBM work together to deliver edge-to-cloud solutions that run the most innovative applications today.
In this video, we show how you can deploy edge-to-cloud architectures using technologies from Hazelcast and IBM.
The topic of microservices continues to get significant buzz as businesses build more and more complex solutions. There are many advantages to microservices, and this paper aggregates them into six buckets to discuss why a microservices architecture can work well for you.
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