They called it the mainframe
24 posts • joined 22 Feb 2013
They called it the mainframe
Would trust it as much as I trust software from Blighty or the US. Slightly more than I would trust software from Russia and orders of magnitude more than I would trust software from virtually any other country.
Suspect if I was running a Middle Eastern dictatorship I would be a little more leery though and buy it through a reseller instead.
How long have you been waiting to be able to do that?
Mentioning Mandiant and Fireeye on the same list as competitors, and including Nagios as a SIEM damages credibility of article - makes me doubt the bits I don't know already.
I think you miss a fundamental point. One of the drivers of the conversation around basic income is the increasing awareness of the political classes around the impact of automation and AI. Whilst it is easy to look at this as a separate topic, the fact that there are more people than the work that needs to be done, Elon hasn't found a cheap way to ship us off planet and a lack of growth in the west means that there are lots of idle hands and bribing them to STFU as is being done in Spain is a highly relevant topic.
look at openhft http://chronicle.software
Does the job and great for low latency/near real-time systems.
To shut down that quickly my guess is someone has not been doing their homework on local regulatory requirements. inclined towards either a breach of Regulation E or an AML linked issue for the US. Seriously folks - if you want to build a business in this space invest in understanding compliance and regulation. It may be as boring as Big Bertha but you gotta know the rules if you wanna play the game.
Seriously folks - are you extracting the urea?
On a more relevant note - how many times as many web pages are there in 2016 vs 2013?
Bankers underprice IPO meaning lot of money left on the table.
That noise you just heard - it was credibility flying out the window.
Get a network connection and email someone. Surely you carry a bootable USB with you?
Unless of course, the well-meaning eSet researcher him/her self was indeed the criminal mastermind behind this, and in an attack of conscience decided to atone for the evil they had committed.
A conference at Fukuoka... surely you jest
Uncomfortable analogies aside, it has been revealed. The singularity will occur in Minecraft.....and it will be angry.
I agree. If you have not handcoded it in assembly language on hardware you have built yourself, it's quite simply unreliable.
They had no choice. If they did not, then everyone (who had not already realised) would realise they could already crack it, or had backdoored the product you were using in the first place.
What she carefully choses to ignore (because the last thing you want to do is encourage a competitor and tell the market it's a good idea) is that it's not the portion of hardware revenue that counts, it's the portion of wallet share at clients that can be incrementally captured by bundling incremental software into a deal where you have locked in revenue due to unremovable mainframes.
ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn
What I see as the most interesting aspect of this acquisition is our friends at AWS have bought in a tonne of semiconductor designers. Whilst they are focussed on networking at the moment, do you honestly think that Dr Vogels has not structurally disassembled his workload and identified functional use-case where an ARM based processor will have a price/perf advantage. If I was Intel right now, I would be a little nervous as if the economics of this work our correctly from a unit cost perspective you can be sure that the chocolate factory will be replicating.
Let's destroy Debian by giving all their coders free games so they never update their modules mroo ha ha ha ha ha
6.6 Rhode Islands to a Wales.
A more useful metric is 1 Rhode Island is about 440k Football fields
The storage Flash vendors are all screwed in the medium term. Micron and who knows who else are building integrated nand and dram capabilities which means that the data placement algorithms and wear management software and all the other funky stuff the pcie Flash vendors produce migrate to the os.
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