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FUTURE PREDICTIONS AND SCOPE OF EDGE COMPUTING IN 2020

Source:-analyticsinsight.net As edge computing has emerged out as a new approach to network architecture that eliminates the drawbacks of traditional cloud computing, certain reports have predicted its evident growth in the coming years. According to a report, the total edge computing market size is expected to grow from US$ 2.8 billion in 2019 to US$ 9.0 billion by 2024, at a CAGR of 26.5 percent during the forecast period. As for its short term commitments, edge computing will see a

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2019: Recap On Tech Updates That Made Headlines

Source:-expresscomputer.in Bringing into focus the good things that came out of 2019 in the IT sector that can make you look forward to 2020 with more excitement! The phenomenon of year end blues is a real thing and psychology accounts for it. A rush of winter breeze, bunch of holidays, family visits and decoration would be contributors to lightening your mood but sometimes, the opposite happens. Psychology reasons this with factors such as less sunlight, fear of ending the year

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AWS SageMaker’s new machine learning IDE isn’t ready to win over data scientists

Source:-venturebeat.com AWS SageMaker, the machine learning brand of AWS, announced the release of SageMaker Studio, branded an “IDE for ML,” on Tuesday. Machine-learning has been gaining traction and, with its compute-heavy training workloads, could prove a decisive factor in the growing battle over public cloud. So what does this new IDE mean for AWS and the public cloud market? First, the big picture (skip below for the feature by feature analysis of Studio): It’s no secret that SageMaker’s market share

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The New Paradoxes of the Cloud Computing World

Source:-forbes.com Sometimes the greatest truths make no sense. That’s not just a paradox, it’s also the definition of one. Here is a list of paradoxes about the modern world of technology and work. Besides providing work-type entertainment, this list is intended to make a larger point about contending with the great technological changes of our time: When you’re in a landscape of technological novelty as dramatically different as ours is from even the recent past (Pocket computer smartphones! Cloud computing!

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Tracking Google Cloud at RSNA 2019

Source:-aithority.com The 105th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) kicked off on December 1, 2019, at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL. We are tracking leading AI and Machine Learning, Cloud Computing and Automation companies participating at RSNA 2019. In the week-long event, Google Cloud is one of the major attractions. The leader in Cloud computing technologies is showcasing its Cloud expertise for the Healthcare and Life Sciences industry. Recommended: 13 Tips For Conquering

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FORRESTER FORESEES NEW ALLIANCES AND GROWTH IN CLOUD COMPUTING MARKET 2020

Source:-analyticsinsight.net It is well-known fact that technology has revolutionized people’s lives and with the rapid changes in the digital world, several companies have ventured into the cloud technologies and services. Their entry into the cloud computing market is owing to the need to shift from traditional to modern business approaches which is a pivot of the digital business world. Through this technology, companies want to find innovative ways to meet the needs of current customers and to drive digital revolution

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AWS DEEPRACER EVO: AN EXCITING NEW CHALLENGE FOR ML DEVELOPERS

Source:-analyticsindiamag.com AWS re:Invent 2019 is just around the corner, and Amazon is continuously drawing the attention of developers, experts, and users from around the world with their latest product announcements. This week saw the announcement of AWS DeepRacer Evo, an upgrade of its predecessor AWS DeepRacer car which was launched at in 2018. This will enable machine learning developers to further customise their models for improving the cars’ performance. Amazon, along with the enhancement in the car, has also expanded

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Experts expect AWS re:Invent 2019 to spotlight AI, security and more

Source:-searchaws.techtarget.com Re:Invent 2019 will yet again be heavy on product rollouts. Get ready for the show with a rundown on the topics and technologies our experts predict AWS will spotlight. As the AWS re:Invent 2019 conference approaches, the cloud computing community can expect another round of product rollouts and feature updates as AWS sets the agenda for another year. Last year’s re:Invent included some predictable product rollouts, such as Amazon Managed Blockchain and AWS Transit Gateway, as well as the

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DevOps now most sought-after skill, and with good reason

Source:-zdnet.com If one seeks evidence of how hot DevOps is these days, look to demand for appropriate skills as an indicator. And DevOps skills top the list these days. That’s the word from a survey of 250 IT managers from OpsRamp, which finds widespread demand for DevOps capabilities and skills. For starters, nearly two-thirds are actively seeking a DevOps approach.  DevOps skills are more in demand than any other IT-related skill, even surpassing cloud and data science skills. Close to two-thirds of

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Splunk .conf19 Conference Focuses On Turning Data Into Doing

Source:-forbes.com Splunk and 11,000 or so of their closest friends—including more than 2,200 partners—hung out in Las Vegas last week for the .conf19 conference. Splunk executives unveiled a number of innovations and initiatives and presented a roadmap and vision for Splunk that focused on using its Data-to-Everything platform to turn data into doing. They packed a lot into .conf19. The keynote session on Tuesday morning was filled with significant announcements related to innovations within Splunk and Splunk’s investment and participation

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