It is not easy to follow without any voice over but you can give it a try. I have composed this slide deck nearly a year ago and the after cheking it last night I really felt that it is even more relevant today. MOONSHOTS for in-memory computing from ugur candan I recently published an other PPT in slideshare. In this one I tries to summarise some interesting examples from digital transformation and in one…Read More
50 Times a Second measure and correct: Quad copters and Algorithms
https://ugurcandan.com/ucan-robotlar-tenis-oynuyor/ I had previously blog entries about quadcopters and Tenis. But I have noticed the new TED Talk that every science or math’s or physics fan should listen to. I feel like building one myself? Iam just considering if I should or not . Mean while it is interesting to note the details about the platform. 50 miliseconds (that means 20 times a second) the systems makes calculations and a new iteration, taking into consideration…Read More
Combination of in-Memory R and SAP HANA: Complex Analytics at Speed of Tought
“..R combined with SAP’s in-memory platform technology called HANA, R offers the potential to take the in-memory analytics to a whole new level. Imagine performing advanced statistical analysis such as decision tree, game-theory, linear and multiple regressions and much more inside SAP HANA on millions of rows and turning around with critical business insights at the speed of thought. This is possible now with R and HANA. This combination has the potential to completely…Read More
in-memory Database: Why is it relevant for Today? Why Today?
in-memoryDB has been around for the last 30 years. Why is it getting importance today? What makes the difference? or is there a difference at all? Should somebody care about it?
Video: Evolution of A New Architecture SAP HANA
Evolution of SAP HANA and in-memory Computing !Read More
In-memory Database Systems: Hype or Reality?
Typical arguments about in-memory database systems follows: From : http://nosql.mypopescu.com/post/505511044/in-memory-elastic-databases This is indeed an interesting argument and one that I’m not going to argue against. But it still feels like elastic caching or in-memory elastic databases will remain just a part of the software equation: – Even if the price of RAM has continued to decrease, the machines mentioned do not sound like commodity hardware so you’ll have to balance the costs with the value…Read More