by Angela Guess Matt Asay recently wrote in ReadWrite, “‘What is Hadoop?’ is a simple question with a not-so-simple answer. Using it successfully is even more complex. Even its creator Doug Cutting offered an accurate-but-unsatisfying “it depends” response when I asked him last week at the Strata+Hadoop World conference to define Hadoop. He wasn’t being […]Read More →
by Angela Guess Bob Dick of IBM reports, “Excitement continues to build around Linux on IBM Power Systems from the first Scale-out POWER8 processor-based systems shipped in mid-2014 to the Enterprise POWER8 processor-based systems which began shipping in 4Q2014 and includes the Integrated Facility for Linux support. A big part of that excitement is around […]Read More →
Elevada is looking for a software engineer. The job description states: “Elevada is a data management company seeking a skilled Software Engineer with 4+ years of professional development experience. This is an opportunity to get in early (employee number < 5) at a real company with a strong product vision + enterprise customers, real revenue, […]Read More →
by Angela Guess A new article out of IBM reports that the company has “announced plans to invest $1 billion (USD) in new Linux and open source technologies for IBM’s Power Systems servers. The investment aims to help clients capitalize on big data and cloud computing with modern systems built to handle the new wave of applications coming to the […]Read More →
by Angela Guess Ryan Cox of SiliconAngle reports, “Hortonworks, while having been spun off from the original Hadoop initiative at Yahoo that’s driven so many of Big Data’s recent victories, is relatively new as a standalone operation. And as several vendors and small players alike race to launch their own Hadoop distro, the competition is […]Read More →
by Angela Guess Interactive Data is looking for an IT Director, Data Development in Bedford, MA: “This position will be responsible for managing the data development teams for Pricing and Reference Data (US). These teams are responsible for the core data collection repositories and access databases serving PRD’s various securities’ information services and direct client […]Read More →
The RELETON platform was developed in order to find deep relationships between keywords, and to automatically analyze web pages and other types of unstructured text documents. The platform was originally released in January 2006 and as of today it utilizes results from analyzing over 1.1 billion web pages and over 90 billion actual user search queries.
In this article we will provide a brief overview of the RELETON Platform, its architecture, main components, basic services and several typical applications.
As the former Chief Information Officer of Europe’s largest internet bank, Egg plc, the decision to select semantic technologies to underpin the launch of my next large scale consumer business, Garlik (www.garlik.com), was not one I took lightly.Read More →