Data Retrieval – IT Talk http://it-talk.org/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 23:01:31 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://it-talk.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-3-150x150.png Data Retrieval – IT Talk http://it-talk.org/ 32 32 What is Data Virtualization? | e-WEEK https://it-talk.org/what-is-data-virtualization-e-week/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 23:01:31 +0000 https://it-talk.org/what-is-data-virtualization-e-week/ The vast amount of data that businesses manage comes in many forms, including structured and unstructured. To be effective, businesses need to be able to view all of their data in one place, in real time. They must also be able to translate the data into actionable insights. Data virtualization is the solution. Data virtualization […]]]>

The vast amount of data that businesses manage comes in many forms, including structured and unstructured. To be effective, businesses need to be able to view all of their data in one place, in real time. They must also be able to translate the data into actionable insights. Data virtualization is the solution.

Data virtualization is a method of data management which refers to the compilation of all business data in one place, regardless of source. This is completed via a virtual data layer that aggregates all data across disparate systems.

Also see: Understanding Database Virtualization: 5 Key Points

How does data virtualization work?

The data virtualization process is quite simple. Data is accessible in its original form and source. Unlike typical “extract, transform, and load” (ETL) processes, virtualization does not require data to first be moved to a data warehouse or data lake.

Data is aggregated into a single location, called the virtual data layer. Using this layer, businesses can develop simple, holistic, and customizable views (also known as dashboards) to access and make sense of data.

Using these tools, users can also pull real-time reports, manipulate data, and perform advanced data processes such as predictive maintenance. Data is easily accessible via dashboards from anywhere.

The virtualization process is most often achieved using data virtualization software. Many platforms exist, including those from industry leaders such as IBM, Oracle, and TIBCO.

The Benefits of Data Virtualization

The benefits of data virtualization for growing businesses are numerous. Data virtualization enables IT teams to access data in real time, regardless of its source, to improve decision making, increase productivity and reduce overall costs.

Combines structured and unstructured data

Data held in various sources such as relational and non-relational databases will be both structured and unstructured. While structured data is usually numbers and other values, unstructured data is more complex and comes in the form of video files, IoT sensor data, and other examples.

Analyzing unstructured data can be a challenge. However, it is an incredible source of ideas.

The best way forward is to combine structured and unstructured data, a simplified process through data virtualization processes and software.

Eliminates data replication

Businesses need real-time access to up-to-date data at all times. Unfortunately, traditional processes such as ETL require data to be replicated whenever updated data is requested. Data replication is expensive because it requires ever-increasing levels of storage. It also leads to duplicate and incorrect data which can skew data sets.

Data virtualization does not require replication. Instead, the data is persisted in its original source while visualized in a virtual layer. This means that virtualization can produce higher quality data faster and at lower cost.

Improves decision making

Although data is essential to the decision-making process, not all data will be enough. The data used must be accurate, up-to-date and logical. It should also be displayed in a way that all stakeholders can understand, whether it’s a data scientist or a senior executive.

Data virtualization allows stakeholders to access the specific data they need when they need it. Because the data is not simply a replica of any given moment, all data is accurate to the minute. This translates to complete enterprise visibility that allows stakeholders to pivot quickly with confidence.

When integrated with data visualization tools, virtualization software allows users to see real-time data in an easy-to-understand form. For example, data can be displayed in tables or graphs.

See also: Best Data Visualization Tools in 2022

Improves productivity

Data virtualization improves productivity in several ways. First, virtualization improves access to data. Users do not need to access multiple applications or serversall data is collected in a single resource. Users can walk in, enter the data they need, and get back to work.

Data virtualization also simplifies the data analysis process. Virtualization software offers an easy-to-use interface that even those unfamiliar with data analysis can use. Stakeholders can quickly access the data they need to make fast business decisions. Additionally, these self-service features will reduce the workload on IT and data teams.

The increased productivity resulting from data virtualization allows businesses to scale quickly. Processes such as product development can also become more efficient. As a result, companies gain a competitive advantage within their industries.

Reduces infrastructure costs

Data virtualization requires fewer resources than traditional data integration methods. For example, by eliminating replication, companies can reduce the amount of data storage they have to pay for. Virtualization also reduces the number of data sources to manage, saving teams time and effort.

Simplifies data security and governance

Data security and governance policies ensure that data is protected and used appropriately. Unfortunately, as businesses grow, data and its sources become increasingly complex. Security and governance quickly become unmanageable.

Data virtualization simplifies data governance by providing a single source of truth. All data sources are integrated into one, allowing IT teams to enforce centralized data security and governance policies. Additionally, data virtualization platforms include features such as access control and the ability to integrate with other data security tools.

How is data virtualization used today?

The increase in data volume and the need for real-time access is driving strong growth in the data virtualization market. Recent data shows that the global market is expected to reach $22.2 billion by 2031, growing at a CAGR of 21.7%.

Many businesses across all industries are using data virtualization to improve data access, reduce costs, and increase productivity.

  • In retail, data virtualization allows companies to view everything from inventory levels to customer behavior in stores in one centralized location.
  • In manufacturing, data virtualization allows users to quickly identify areas for production improvement, resulting in improved manufacturing efficiency.
  • In healthcare, data virtualization enables stakeholders to access real-time patient data across all sources to deliver the highest quality care.
  • In telecommunications, data virtualization allows companies to use accessible data to quickly resolve support tickets and improve customer experience.

The challenges of data virtualization

While incredibly beneficial across industries, data virtualization comes with its own set of challenges. For example, like any other digital transformation project, an initial investment is necessary. Companies need to invest in data virtualization software, staff training, and other components.

Besides the investment, other challenges exist:

  • Virtualization is complex: Modernizing a data infrastructure is not easy. And data virtualization isn’t as simple as buying and implementing software. In many cases, data virtualization tools must be implemented in conjunction with other tools such as ETL. The virtualization process can quickly become complex.
  • Specific expertise is required: Data virtualization and its future management require specific expertise that some companies may not currently have access to. Companies may need to hire professionals specifically for virtualization or seek third-party support, which can increase costs.
  • Data recovery depends on source availability: Because data is collected directly from the source in real time, data retrieval requires the source to be operational when a query is made. If the source (such as a database or software) experiences downtime, data recovery will not occur.

Data Virtualization: Related Terms

The topic of data virtualization encompasses a wide range of terms, some of which are used interchangeably. To gain a solid understanding of virtualization and data management, it is important to be clear about these terms. Here are some common data-specific terms businesses should be aware of:

  • Data management: Data management is the process of collecting, storing and managing data. Data virtualization is a process included in the practice of data management.
  • Data consolidation: Data consolidation is the process of combining data from various sources into one. For example, all data can be consolidated into a data warehouse or a lake. While data consolidation is similar to virtualization, consolidation lacks the virtual data layer that allows real-time data access.
  • Data storage : A data warehouse is a large collection of data gathered from various sources. Data inside the warehouse is structured and processed, ready for analysis.
  • Data Lake: A data lake is a simple repository of data. Unlike the data warehouse, the data inside the data lake is unstructured and raw.

See also: Best Data Analysis Tools and Software for 2022

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CityFALCON launches real-time insider trading tool with visuals and API https://it-talk.org/cityfalcon-launches-real-time-insider-trading-tool-with-visuals-and-api/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 17:00:00 +0000 https://it-talk.org/cityfalcon-launches-real-time-insider-trading-tool-with-visuals-and-api/ Tesla Insider Trading Over the Past 5 Years LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN, Nov. 16, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — London and Malta-based fintech CityFALCON has developed a new product that gives its users more insight into their assets and portfolios. With the Insider Transactions tool, CityFALCON users can better access and analyze how company insiders […]]]>

Tesla Insider Trading Over the Past 5 Years

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN, Nov. 16, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — London and Malta-based fintech CityFALCON has developed a new product that gives its users more insight into their assets and portfolios. With the Insider Transactions tool, CityFALCON users can better access and analyze how company insiders buy/sell stocks and exercise options, as the data is processed in real time by regulators.

CityFALCON’s Insider Transactions tool aggregates reportable insider data from 5 million filings (at press time), dating back to 1996, and in addition to structuring the data, the feature provides analysis, insights and related visualizations. Retail users can enjoy it on CityFALCON’s web and mobile platforms, while enterprise and fintech customers can use its enterprise API. Learn about insider trading for Tesla.

The web and API due diligence tool allows the user to get the number of sells, buys and stock options exercised for different time periods, further broken down for each insider of a company. Trades are visualized on charts with average open market stock prices and important comparison metrics, like the average sell/buy price of those trades aggregated for different time periods.

CityFALCON will launch similar insights for key people, such as famous insiders Elon Musk or Sergey Brin, and CityFALCON watchlists will allow users to track an entire portfolio in one place. Additionally, insider business comparisons will be available between companies, to track industry and company trends.

The initiative behind the development of this innovative solution is to help small investors reduce the informational disadvantage they have in the stock market. This is in line with CityFALCON’s mission to democratize access to information in financial markets, where incumbents charge unaffordable fees, excluding retail investors/traders, SMEs, and even large corporate departments.

Combine insider trading data with news, sentiment, AI headlines and other CityFALCON content, and you have a one-stop financial platform for individuals and businesses. The CityFALCON team is excited to see the new tool enrich the platform ecosystem and continues to build an affordable platform through its multi-year research and development efforts.

More details and two case studies on the company blog.

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The adviser wants to know why there has been an increase in radioactive particles found on the Dounreay foreshore https://it-talk.org/the-adviser-wants-to-know-why-there-has-been-an-increase-in-radioactive-particles-found-on-the-dounreay-foreshore/ Sat, 05 Nov 2022 18:00:00 +0000 https://it-talk.org/the-adviser-wants-to-know-why-there-has-been-an-increase-in-radioactive-particles-found-on-the-dounreay-foreshore/ A Caithness councilor wants to know why there has been an increase in the number of radioactive particles found on the foreshore at Dounreay this year. Struan Mackie, councilor for Thurso and North West Caithness Highland and chairman of the Dounreay Stakeholder Group (DSG), made the appeal after 15 irradiated particles were found on the […]]]>

A Caithness councilor wants to know why there has been an increase in the number of radioactive particles found on the foreshore at Dounreay this year.

Struan Mackie, councilor for Thurso and North West Caithness Highland and chairman of the Dounreay Stakeholder Group (DSG), made the appeal after 15 irradiated particles were found on the foreshore between February and March.

It would be the highest number since 17 were found in 1996.

Mr Mackie said: “We are interested in determining why there was an increase in particle detections and whether this was preventable.

“Regular public updates are provided to the Dounreay Stakeholder Group through our site restoration sub-group, and it is of the utmost importance that these matters are addressed in a robust yet transparent manner.”

Struan Mackie wants to know why there has been an increase in radioactive particles on the Dounreay foreshore this year

Dounreay confirmed that there had been an increase in the number of particles found on the foreshore. A spokeswoman said: “We are closely monitoring the environment around the site and have seen an increase in particulate matter found on the Dounreay foreshore this year.

“The foreshore is not used by the general public. We are reviewing the wind and wave data to see if we can identify a trend, and will report our findings when complete. Safety is our number one priority and we continue to monitor the foreshore regularly.

“Particles in the marine environment around the site were deposited during research operations at Dounreay in the 1960s and 1970s, and cleaning up this legacy is an important part of our mission to close the site safely, ready for its next use.

According to a report published on the gov.uk website, 15 particles, containing cesium-137 and cobalt-60, were found between February and March this year. The depth at which they were located by monitoring ranged from four to 36 centimeters. Five particles were found in 2021.

The paper states that some particles, when separated in the laboratory from associated sediments, were found to comprise more than one fragment. “The number of fragments is identified,” he said.

According to reports in national newspapers, the particles have “a realistic potential to cause harm to members of the public”. Seventy-three percent of the particles found were described as “significant”.

Mr Mackie said: “It is clear that the stories in the national press have raised concerns locally. I want to reassure the community that the Dounreay Stakeholder Group continues to engage with the Dounreay site. and regulators through our official channels.”

A spokeswoman for the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) said: “We are pleased that the monitoring and recovery program in place continues to provide adequate protection to the public.

“SEPA regulates the Dounreay Site through a permit issued to Dounreay Site Restoration Ltd (DSRL) under the Environmental Permits (Scotland) Regulations 2018. The permit sets out the requirements for DSRL to undertake a beach monitoring program and use the best possible means to recover any particles detected, as well as any adjacent sand which has been contaminated DSRL is also required to provide a detailed report of its findings to SEPA on an annual basis.

“SEPA takes advice from the Particle Retrieval Advisory Group (Dounreay) on particulate matters at Dounreay to support its regulatory oversight and ensure that the public and the environment are adequately protected.”

The Dounreay nuclear power station was closed in 1994 and is currently being decommissioned.


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Hut 8 Mining Production and Operations Update for October 2022 https://it-talk.org/hut-8-mining-production-and-operations-update-for-october-2022/ Thu, 03 Nov 2022 10:30:00 +0000 https://it-talk.org/hut-8-mining-production-and-operations-update-for-october-2022/ 299 Bitcoin mined, bringing reserves to 8,687 TORONTO, November 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Hut 8 Mining Corp. (Nasdaq: HUT) (TSX: HUT), (“Hut 8” or the “Company”) one of North America leading innovation-driven digital asset mining pioneers and provider of high-performance computing infrastructure, increased our Bitcoin holdings by 299 in the period ending October 31, bringing […]]]>

299 Bitcoin mined, bringing reserves to 8,687

TORONTO, November 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Hut 8 Mining Corp. (Nasdaq: HUT) (TSX: HUT), (“Hut 8” or the “Company”) one of North America leading innovation-driven digital asset mining pioneers and provider of high-performance computing infrastructure, increased our Bitcoin holdings by 299 in the period ending October 31, bringing our total holdings self-mined at 8,687 Bitcoin.

Production Highlights for October 2022:

  • 299 Bitcoin were generated, giving an average production rate of around 9.6 Bitcoin per day
  • In line with our long-standing HODL strategy, 100% of self-mined Bitcoins in October were taken into custody
  • Total balance of Bitcoin held in reserve at October 31 is 8,687
  • Installed ASIC hashrate capacity was 3.07 EH/s at the end of the month, which excludes some legacy miners that are expected to be fully replaced by the end of the year
  • Hut 8 produced 97.4 BTC/EH in October

“We continue to optimize our fleet to improve hashrate efficiency in our mines,” said Jaime Leverton, CEO. “With a balance sheet-focused approach, we continue to manage this bear market well, backed by the largest self-operating unencumbered bitcoin stack of any publicly traded company.”

About Hut 8

Hut 8 is one of North America’s largest innovation-driven digital asset miners, led by a team of start-up technologists, bullish on bitcoin, blockchain, web 3.0 and connecting the nascent and traditional worlds of high-performance computing. With two digital asset mining sites located in southern Alberta and a third site in North Bay, Ontario, all located in Canada, Hut 8 has one of the highest capacity rates in the industry and one of the highest inventories of self-mined Bitcoin of any crypto miner or listed company in the world. world. With 36,000 square feet of geo-diverse data center space and cloud capacity connected to power grids powered by significant renewable and emission-free resources, Hut 8 is revolutionizing conventional assets to create the first model of data center hybrid that serves both traditional high-performance computing (Web 2.0) and the nascent sectors of digital asset computing, blockchain gaming and Web 3.0. Hut 8 was the first Canadian digital asset miner to list on the Nasdaq Global Select Market. Through innovation, imagination and passion, Hut 8 helps define the digital asset revolution to create value and positive impacts for its shareholders and generations to come.

Caution Regarding Forward-Looking Information

This press release contains “forward-looking information” and “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of Canadian securities laws and United States securities laws, respectively (collectively, “forward-looking information”). All information, other than statements of historical fact, included in this press release that addresses activities, events or developments that the Company expects or anticipates will or may occur in the future, including such matters as future business strategy, competitive forces, objectives, business expansion and growth, operations, plans of the Company and other similar matters constitute forward-looking information. Forward-looking information is often identified by the words “may”, “would”, “could”, “should”, “will”, “intend”, “plan”, “anticipate”, “enable”, ” believes”, “estimates”, “expects”, “predicts”, “may”, “could”, “potential”, “predicts”, “is designed to”, “probable” or similar expressions. In addition, any statements in this press release that refer to expectations, projections, or other characterizations of future events or circumstances contain forward-looking information and include, among other things, statements regarding: Bitcoin network dynamics ; the Company’s ability to advance its long-standing HODL strategy; the Company’s ability to produce additional bitcoin and maintain existing productivity rates at all sites; the Company’s ability to deploy additional miners; the Company’s ability to continue to operate digital assets effectively; the Company’s expected recurring revenues and the growth rate of its high-performance computing business; and the Company’s ability to successfully navigate the current market.

Statements containing forward-looking information are not historical facts, but rather represent management’s expectations, estimates and projections regarding future events based on certain material factors and assumptions at the time the statement was made. Although believed to be reasonable by Hut 8 as of the date of this press release, these statements are subject to known and unknown risks, uncertainties, assumptions and other factors that may cause actual results, the level of business, performance or achievements are materially different from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking information, including, but not limited to, security and cybersecurity threats and hacks, malicious actors or the botnet gaining control of processing power over the bitcoin network, development and acceptance of the bitcoin network, changes to bitcoin mining difficulty, loss or destruction of private keys, increased transaction registration fees in the Blockchain, erroneous transactions, use of a limited number of key employees, use of third-party mining pool service providers , regulatory changes, classification and tax changes, dynamic pricing risk, fraud and failure related to cryptocurrency exchanges, difficulty in obtaining service and funding banking information, difficulty in obtaining insurance, permits and licenses, system outages. internet and mainstream, geopolitical events, uncertainty in the development of cryptographic and algorithmic protocols, uncertainty in the acceptance or widespread use of cryptocurrency, inability to anticipate technological innovations, the COVID19 pandemic, climate change , currency risk, lending risk and recovery of potential losses, litigation risk, business integration risk, changes in market demand, network and infrastructure changes, system disruption, changes to lease agreements and other risks related to the cryptocurrency and data center business. For a complete list of factors that could affect the Company, please see the “Risk Factors” section of the Company’s Annual Information Form dated March 17, 2022 and Hut 8’s other continuous disclosure documents which are available on profile of the Company on the System. for electronic document scanning and retrieval at www.sedar.com and the EDGAR section of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission’s website at www.sec.gov.

These factors are not intended to represent a complete list of factors that could affect Hut 8; however, these factors should be carefully considered. There can be no assurance that such estimates and assumptions will prove to be correct. Should one or more of these risks or uncertainties materialize, or should assumptions underlying the forward-looking statements prove incorrect, actual results may differ materially from those described in this press release as anticipated, planned, anticipated, believed, sought, proposed, estimated, planned, expected, projected or targeted and the forward-looking statements included in this press release should not be relied upon unduly. The impact of any assumption, risk, uncertainty or other factor on any particular forward-looking statement cannot be determined with certainty because they are interdependent and Hut 8’s future decisions and actions will depend on the management’s assessment of all information at the relevant time. The forward-looking statements contained in this press release are made as of the date of this press release, and Hut 8 expressly disclaims any obligation to update or change any statement containing forward-looking information, or the underlying factors or assumptions, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as required by law.

CONTACT: Hut 8 Investor Relations: Sue Ennis, [email protected]; Hut 8 Media Relations: Yamini Coen, [email protected]

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Researchers from IIIT Allahabad propose T2CI GAN: a deep learning model that generates compressed images from text https://it-talk.org/researchers-from-iiit-allahabad-propose-t2ci-gan-a-deep-learning-model-that-generates-compressed-images-from-text/ Sun, 30 Oct 2022 03:03:46 +0000 https://it-talk.org/researchers-from-iiit-allahabad-propose-t2ci-gan-a-deep-learning-model-that-generates-compressed-images-from-text/ In recent years, the creation of textual descriptions of visual data has become an essential research issue. However, formulating the problem to produce visual data from written descriptions is still much more difficult because it requires the fusion of natural language processing and computer vision techniques. Available techniques create uncompressed images from textual descriptions using […]]]>

In recent years, the creation of textual descriptions of visual data has become an essential research issue. However, formulating the problem to produce visual data from written descriptions is still much more difficult because it requires the fusion of natural language processing and computer vision techniques. Available techniques create uncompressed images from textual descriptions using generative adversarial networks (GANs). Generative adversarial networks are a type of machine learning framework that can produce text, photos, videos, and voice recordings. Previously, GANs have been successfully used to produce image datasets for other deep learning algorithms to train, to produce movies or animations for special purposes, and to produce appropriate captions for Pictures.

In reality, most visual input is processed and transmitted in a compressed form. In order to achieve storage and computational efficiency, the suggested work strives to directly output visual data as a compressed representation using deep convolutional GANs (DCGANs). A new model based on GAN, T2CI-GAN, was recently created by researchers from the Computer Vision and Biometrics Laboratory of IIIT Allahabad and Vignan University in India, which can produce compressed images from text descriptions. This approach could serve as a starting point to explore several options for storing images and sharing content between various smart devices.

In previous work, researchers have used GANs and other deep learning models to handle various tasks, such as feature extraction from data, text and image data segmentation, detecting words in long text snippets and creating compressed JPEG images. This new model builds on these earlier initiatives to tackle a computational problem that has so far received little attention in the literature. Only a few deep learning-based techniques used by other research teams to create images from textual descriptions produce compressed images. Additionally, most existing systems for producing and compressing images address the problem of doing so independently, which increases computational workload and processing time.

The suggested T2CI-GAN is a deep learning-based model that produces compressed visual images from input text descriptions. This is a significant departure from traditional approaches that generate visual representations from textual descriptions and further compress those images. The main selling feature of the template is its ability to map text descriptions and generate compressed images directly.

The research team created two GAN-based models to produce compressed images from textual descriptions. A compressed JPEG DCT (discrete cosine transform) image dataset was used to train the first of these models. After training, this model could produce compressed images from textual descriptions. On the other hand, a set of RGB photos was used to train the researchers’ second GAN-based model. This model developed the ability to produce DCT representations of JPEG-compressed images, which explicitly express a series of data points as an equation. Suggested patterns were evaluated using RGB and JPEG compressed versions of the well-known open source Oxford-102 Flower images benchmark dataset. In the compressed JPEG domain, the model achieved very encouraging peak performance.

When the provided photos are intended to be easily shared with smartphones or other smart devices, the T2CI-GAN model can be used to enhance automated image retrieval systems. Additionally, it can be a valuable tool for media and communications experts, allowing them to find lighter versions of particular photographs to post online.

Due to recent advancements in technology, our world is moving towards machine-to-machine and human-to-machine connections. T2CI-GAN will be crucial in this situation because machines need facts in compressed form to read or understand them. The template currently only creates photos in JPEG compressed form. Thus, the researchers’ long-term goal is to extend it to produce images in any compressed form without restriction on the compression algorithm. After the publication of the team’s research paper, the source code of the model will also be made available to the general public.

This Article is written as a research summary article by Marktechpost Staff based on the research paper 'T2CI-GAN: Text to Compressed Image generation using Generative Adversarial Network'. All Credit For This Research Goes To Researchers on This Project. Check out the paper and reference article.

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Does your database really need to migrate to the cloud? https://it-talk.org/does-your-database-really-need-to-migrate-to-the-cloud/ Mon, 24 Oct 2022 17:40:44 +0000 https://it-talk.org/does-your-database-really-need-to-migrate-to-the-cloud/ Is the phrase “app modernization” just shorthand for refactoring and re-platforming apps to the cloud and dumping the legacy database you currently use? It’s often touted as the only way for businesses with legacy databases — which is arguably most businesses — to meet user demands for real-time or near-time experiences. reality and to deal […]]]>

Is the phrase “app modernization” just shorthand for refactoring and re-platforming apps to the cloud and dumping the legacy database you currently use?

It’s often touted as the only way for businesses with legacy databases — which is arguably most businesses — to meet user demands for real-time or near-time experiences. reality and to deal with the massive amounts of data that this entails. These experiences can be the instant provision of an Uber, an immediate credit decision, or a referral that simplifies a partner’s gift choice.

The same dynamic applies when it comes to internal data and apps, with users expecting the real-time experiences they get as consumers when it comes to checking inventory levels. or gain executive-level insight into key business performance metrics.

There’s a simple equation underlying this, Sanjeev Mohan, founder and director of data research and analytics company SanjMo, told The New Stack. “The faster the performance of a database, the higher the customer loyalty and engagement,” Mohan said. “It’s not just about query performance. It’s also how fast can you write — or load data into the database, or insert and update.

But as legacy databases are impacted by more and more data, he added, “your tables are getting very large, so performance can start to degrade.”

Tough times, tough choices

Few organizations are immune to the pressures of real-time demands. But not everyone can answer that by executing a seamless transition to a new cloud-native database.

This may simply be because an organization’s data isn’t going anywhere; for example, regulatory obligations could mean that the data simply has to remain on-premises for the foreseeable future.

An organization may have actually considered moving to the cloud, but was hesitant about the logistics of the migration. Or he’s looked at the numbers carefully and realized they don’t quite add up, especially if operations are to grow significantly.

It’s still a challenge, but the deluge of bad economic news is no doubt seeping into the cloud world, meaning costs are rising after years of prices per unit of performance seemingly only falling.

“I think the world will be in this type of hybrid state for much longer than people thought two or three years ago when money was incredibly cheap,” said product marketing manager Ryan Powers. for Redis Enterprise Cloud, at The New Stacker.

So for many IT managers, Powers said, the real question is, “How do you modernize with as little refactoring and rearchitecting as possible?”

After all, he points out that while “an increasing part of your applications need to be real-time, the reality is that a good part of them don’t”.

When that legacy database is still a keeper

This is where a caching layer, deployed alongside the legacy database, can come into play. As Powers said, “You need something that’s a flexible data layer that can be used as a buffer with all the databases you use.”

Redis Enterprise, for example, can be used for cache pre-fetching, where the application reads data stored in memory, rather than reading directly from disk, which speeds up queries, especially on workloads. intensive reading work. It also offers write-back caching, so data processed by the application is written to the cache layer in real time, with the central system of record database being updated asynchronously. , afterwards.

Both approaches promise to significantly reduce latency and improve user experience. Another way to apply it is to generate secondary indexes to speed up queries on secondary keys, which can be time consuming and complex when using legacy databases such as MySQL or Oracle.

When it comes to global, multicloud, and hybrid use cases, it’s important to think about how you ensure data stays consistent across all regions while ensuring applications run as well. quickly as possible, Powers added. Redis Enterprise features active-active geographic distribution, to enable local-speed read and write while ensuring consistent data is replicated across all regions, with less than a millisecond of latency.

So while the long-term goal is complete application modernization, Powers said, “There are places where you can still use Oracle or MySQL, and update us on the side, to fix it in the meantime, while you make these transitions. ”

In these cases, he argued, “modernization is about speed, scale, total cost of ownership.”

So the question of how to modernize your database becomes much more nuanced than whether you can afford the time and money to embark on a full refactoring and re-platforming project.

That said, there is a financial aspect to this approach, beyond the raw cost of the caching layer, Mohan pointed out: “I can maintain my investment in my old system, use it as a check-in system. , but then I can have much faster recovery.

Raise the limit, going nowhere

Maintaining a legacy database alongside a caching layer helps keep future licensing and infrastructure costs down. Once you hit the limits of your current installation, Mohan said, you’re faced with the pain of buying more licenses from your old vendor and beefing up your hardware accordingly. “But with caching, I can offload some of the workload to an in-memory database.”

So when do you know you’re ready for this modernization approach? First, you need to figure out if there are any use cases you’re struggling to support with existing relational databases that just aren’t fast enough, said John Noonan, senior manager of the product marketing at Redis.

You’ll know it’s there, Noonan told The New Stack, “if you have users waiting, whether they’re internal or not, or their customers.”

He cited the example of a client in the financial industry who was struggling to implement real-time payment processing, due to the number of Oracle tables that needed to be updated while processing transactions. Redis Enterprise was inserted into the checkout process to speed up transactions, with data then passed to the system of record after the transaction is complete.

But it is also a question of scale. Noonan recalled another example of a client, from a company that operated a fantasy sports platform in India, that would see huge usage spikes when team lineups for cricket matches were released 30 minutes before a game. This led to massive slowdowns, as its SQL-based system simply couldn’t scale in response.

So he implemented the publish in-memory composition feature with Redis Enterprise to break this bottleneck, with the data being translated back into their relational database after the match was complete.

This is precisely the kind of trouble New Zealand e-commerce company Blackpepper has encountered with what its CEO Alain Russell has described as its “incredibly write-heavy setup” using RDS, Elasticsearch, Redis and Dynamo through Amazon Web Services. (AWS).

“We were having scaling issues under heavy loads and hitting incredibly high costs to scale RDS instances to handle the loads,” Russell told The New Stack. The company also encountered problems synchronizing data.

Testing has shown that using Redis Enterprise as the primary data store can deliver 20-30x speed improvements on some common business tasks. It also solved the data synchronization problem. “Moving this to Redis Enterprise simplified our architecture, simplified how we debug, and gave us a single data store to look at,” Russell said.

Ultimately, many organizations may want to move into the cloud or even ditch their legacy data infrastructure altogether, Mohan said. But re-architecting and modernizing will always be easier said than done. Caching gives companies the opportunity to extend their legacy platform, at least in the medium term.

“So your modernization strategy is: Step one, switch to the cloud. Step two, implement a caching solution and become a bit more cloud-friendly,” Mohan said. “Step three could be to reformat your legacy environment to a cloud-native offering.”

The beauty of this approach is, perhaps, that you can simply take the second step and still benefit from it.

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$4 billion+ by 2028, automated storage and retrieval https://it-talk.org/4-billion-by-2028-automated-storage-and-retrieval/ Fri, 21 Oct 2022 13:09:20 +0000 https://it-talk.org/4-billion-by-2028-automated-storage-and-retrieval/ New York, Oct. 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Insight Partners has released the latest research study on “Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems Market (ASRS) Forecast to 2028 – Impact of COVID-19 and Global Analysis by Type (Unit Load ASRS, Mini Load ASRS, Vertical Lift Module, Vertical Carousels, Horizontal Carousels, Auto Store and Others) and […]]]>

New York, Oct. 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Insight Partners has released the latest research study on “Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems Market (ASRS) Forecast to 2028 – Impact of COVID-19 and Global Analysis by Type (Unit Load ASRS, Mini Load ASRS, Vertical Lift Module, Vertical Carousels, Horizontal Carousels, Auto Store and Others) and End Users (automotive, food & beverage, electronics & semiconductors, e-commerce, chemicals, aerospace, retail, pharmaceuticals and others), geography”, the global Automated Storage and Retrieval System (ASRS) market size was valued at USD 2417.6 million in 2020 and is expected to reach USD 4151.8 million by 2028; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.9% from 2021 to 2028.

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Global Automated Storage and Retrieval System Market assessments, segmentations, regional and country scope:

Market size Value in 2417.6 million USD in 2020
Market Size Value by 4151.8 million USD by 2028
Rate of growth CAGR of 6.9% from 2021 to 2028
Forecast period 2021-2028
Year of reference 2021
Number of pages 181
Number of Tables 71
Number of graphs and figures 80
Historical data available Yes
Segments Covered Type and end users, geography
Regional scope North America; Europe; Asia Pacific; Latin America; AEM
Country scope United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Australia, Russia, China, Japan, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Brazil, Argentina
Report cover Revenue Forecast, Business Ranking, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors and Trends

Global Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems Market: Competitive Landscape

Key players operating in the global automated storage and retrieval systems market include Bastian Solutions Inc.; Daifuku Co., Ltd. ; KION GROUP AG; Kardex Group; Knapp S.A.; Mecalux, SA; SSI Schaefer Group; Swisslog Holding AG; Spa Logistics System; and Vanderlande Industries.

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The global automated storage and retrieval systems market is segmented into type and end user. Based on type, the market is further categorized into Unit Load ASRS, Mini Load ASRS, Vertical Lift Module, Vertical Carousels, Horizontal Carousels, AutoStore, and others. The vertical lift module segment accounted for the largest share of the overall market. On the basis of end-user, the market is further classified into automotive, electronics & semiconductors, food & beverages, e-commerce, aerospace, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, retail and others. The e-commerce segment accounted for the largest share of the whole.

For example, over 60% of the population in the United States shop online. Additionally, customers expect faster delivery times, thanks to which e-commerce players are embracing automation of their processes. Fluctuations in demand for Stock Keeping Units (SKUs) create complexities in picking operations, which, in turn, slows down the fulfillment process. E-commerce demand is highly variable, so picking areas must be continually adjusted to support fluctuating demand for items. In addition to managing fluctuating SKU demand, an automated storage and retrieval system also advances the fulfillment process, enabling e-commerce as well as omnichannel retailers to better meet service level agreements by respecting the delivery commitments of the orders.

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The development of the e-commerce industry goes hand in hand with the prosperity of the automated storage industry. Inventory sold by e-commerce sellers is stored in warehouses. To reduce the sorting and storage time of these products, the automated storage and retrieval system seems to be one of the best tools. The consumer shopping model is shifting towards online shopping.

APAC Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems Market is expected to grow at the Highest CAGR during the forecast period:

The manufacturing industry in Asia-Pacific countries has seen a huge shift in adopting the solutions adopted over the years. The Asian manufacturing sector is known for rapidly adopting innovations that include robotics as well as emerging cloud and mobility technologies. Over the years, the manufacturing expenditure in the region has increased significantly and is expected to increase further at the highest growth rate. Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems (ASRS) are installed in warehouses at the HCCB plant in Goblej, Gujarat, India. Thus, increasing adoption of ASRS among factories is also influencing the growth of the market.

Additionally, government initiatives such as Make-in-India in India are encouraging the establishment of manufacturing plants in rapidly developing countries. The encouragement of the manufacturing sector is done by the government to make the country self-sufficient first and then export the surplus production. A manufacturing hub requires storage house deployments. Efficient, automated warehouses improve accuracy and save space by stacking products vertically. These factors are fueling the growth of ASRS implementations in the APAC region.

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For example, in March 2021, SSI SCHAEFER GROUP signed a project with CHIRON Werke GmbH & Co KG. The company has signed a project with the CHIRON group for the supply of installation workstations. This system such as pallet racking will bring automation in the logistics centers of the company. Likewise, in 2021 System Logistics Spa carried out a project with PLZENSKY PRAZDROJ AS – MEMBER OF ASAHI BREWERIES EUROPE GROUP. GROUP MEMBER ASAHI BREWERIES EUROPE has installed 16 Maxi AGVs with counterweights with single and double forks for a total capacity of 11,000 pallet spaces and a throughput of 3,900/3,900 IN/OUT pallets/day. Hence, such expansion of ASRS solutions business helps the market to rise in the near future

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Waste Bag Market Size and Forecast | Johnson & Johnson, Medtronic, Teleflex Incorporated, CONMED Corporation, Cooper Surgical https://it-talk.org/waste-bag-market-size-and-forecast-johnson-johnson-medtronic-teleflex-incorporated-conmed-corporation-cooper-surgical/ Tue, 18 Oct 2022 14:14:13 +0000 https://it-talk.org/waste-bag-market-size-and-forecast-johnson-johnson-medtronic-teleflex-incorporated-conmed-corporation-cooper-surgical/ New Jersey, United States –To give market players a complete picture of the market, the research report analyzes Porter’s five forces for the industry and includes a competitive landscape. A market attractiveness analysis that takes into account market size, growth rate and overall market dynamics is included in the research report. The Collecting Bags Market […]]]>

New Jersey, United States –To give market players a complete picture of the market, the research report analyzes Porter’s five forces for the industry and includes a competitive landscape. A market attractiveness analysis that takes into account market size, growth rate and overall market dynamics is included in the research report. The Collecting Bags Market Research is an in-depth and professional analysis of the industry with a focus on international market trends. Over the next few years, the global market is expected to expand dramatically.

The objective of the research report is to provide readers with a comprehensive overview of the market along with a detailed analysis of market segmentation by end-user industry and geography. The study examines key industry developments over the next few years along with demand and supply factors affecting the Recycling Bags market.

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The research study includes profiles of leading companies operating in the global Waste Bag industry:

  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Medtronic
  • Incorporated Teleflex
  • CONMED Company
  • Cooper Surgical
  • Applied Medical Resources Society
  • laprosurge
  • Genicon
  • Purple Surgical
  • B. Braun Melsungen

Market Segmentation Analysis

The research report presents a comprehensive view of the market using both qualitative and quantitative data. In a number of crucial sectors, it analyzes and forecasts the global market. By dividing the Recovery Bag market into segments on the basis of application, end-user, and geography, the report offers a comprehensive view of the industry. Each market category has been thoroughly analyzed, taking into account recent and future industry trends.

Waste Bag Market Segmentation, By Type

Waste Bag Market Segmentation, By Application

  • Hospitals
  • Ambulatory surgery centers
  • Rest house

Regional outlook

After considering political, economic, social and technological factors affecting the Recovery Bag market in each region, the report offers in-depth PEST analysis for all regions including North America, Europe, APAC, Latin America and the Middle East and Africa. Market players can locate the most lucrative regional markets to consider expanding their business by using the regional analysis section of the report.

Waste Bag Market Segmentation, By Region

  • North America [United States, Canada]
  • Europe [Germany, France, U.K., Italy, Russia]
  • Asia Pacific [China, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia, China Taiwan, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia]
  • Latin America [Mexico, Brazil, Argentina]
  • Middle East and Africa [Turkey, Saudi Arabia, UAE]

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IRDAI e-Insurance regulations – Lexology https://it-talk.org/irdai-e-insurance-regulations-lexology/ Fri, 14 Oct 2022 07:22:08 +0000 https://it-talk.org/irdai-e-insurance-regulations-lexology/ Indian Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (“IRDAI”) has published the IRDAI (Issuance of e-Insurance Policies) Exposure Draft, 2022 (“IRDAI e-Insurance Regulations”) for public comment. The main changes proposed by the draft IRDAI e-Insurance regulations are as follows: An electronic insurance account (“eIA”) (with a unique eIA number) is mandatory for each insured. All policies issued […]]]>

Indian Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (“IRDAI”) has published the IRDAI (Issuance of e-Insurance Policies) Exposure Draft, 2022 (“IRDAI e-Insurance Regulations”) for public comment. The main changes proposed by the draft IRDAI e-Insurance regulations are as follows:

  1. An electronic insurance account (“eIA”) (with a unique eIA number) is mandatory for each insured.
  2. All policies issued to a policyholder must be held in that policyholder’s EIA.
  3. Subject to any exemptions granted by IRDAI, all insurers are required to issue all insurance policies in electronic form (whether the proposal is received in electronic form or otherwise).
  4. An insurer is required to offer a discount (in accordance with the guidelines issued by the IRDAI) in the premium rates to the policyholder if the policy is taken out directly via the electronic platform.
  5. Insurers are required to provide all existing policyholders with the option of an electronic insurance policy.
  6. All existing policies must be issued to insurance repositories (i.e..e., an entity that has obtained a certificate of registration by IRDAI for the retention of insurance policy data in electronic form on behalf of the insurer) within 12 (twelve) months from the date of entry into force of the IRDAI e-Insurance Regulations, the policyholders concerned being informed in accordance with the IRDAI e-Insurance Regulations.

In recent years, IRDAI has promoted the dematerialization of insurance policies to ensure rapid recovery of insurance policies and minimize the risk of loss of insurance policies held in physical form. The process of dematerialization of insurance contracts is similar to the universal practice of holding securities in dematerialized form with the following main differences:

  1. While individuals can use their securities demat account to trade securities, the insurance demat account only acts as a repository to store insurance policies.
  2. While individuals are allowed to open multiple demat accounts to trade securities (with different custodians and brokers), individuals can only open one account with an insurance repository (which can then be ported from one insurance reference to another).

It is understood that IRDAI has issued this Draft IRDAI e-Insurance Regulations after deliberations with relevant stakeholders, as its insurance policy dematerialization initiative in the past has not gained popularity due to costs involved and timing issues. Internet accessibility, the extent of Internet penetration and literacy rates in India are the main drivers for the success of this digitization campaign. According to a report by IAMAI and Kantar, India has only 692,000,000 (six hundred and ninety-two million) active internet users. Moreover, as of the year 2021 (based on data from the National Statistical Office), India’s average literacy rate was 77.70%. Given that more than half of India’s population does not yet have internet access and the literacy rate is not close to 100%, it is likely that even if the process of issuing policies d e-insurance can begin, the compulsory issuance of such policies must be subject to certain exemptions. IRDAI’s goal of boosting insurance penetration in India should be kept in mind when determining exemptions, as a large number of potential policyholders in India are currently in rural areas.

Given the Government of India’s emphasis on digitalization, it is likely that with the required exemptions, this IRDAI proposal will be adopted by stakeholders, especially since it will lead to the reduction of paperwork and the creation of a single portal for: (a) accessing policy documents (particularly necessary in the case of health and life insurance where the agent of the policyholder may require immediate access); (b) make complaints; and (c) KYC verification. It remains to be seen whether this digitization initiative becomes a useful tool for penetrating the insurance market in India, and whether the benefits of this move outweigh the logistical issues and costs involved.

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Kidney Stone Retrieval Devices: Global Markets https://it-talk.org/kidney-stone-retrieval-devices-global-markets/ Wed, 12 Oct 2022 10:09:05 +0000 https://it-talk.org/kidney-stone-retrieval-devices-global-markets/ New York, Oct. 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Kidney Stone Retrieval Devices: Global Markets” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06327314/?utm_source=GNW In-depth analysis of the global kidney stone recovery devices market includes historical data and market projections on sales by product type, treatment, stone type, and end-user. It describes the various types of […]]]>

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In-depth analysis of the global kidney stone recovery devices market includes historical data and market projections on sales by product type, treatment, stone type, and end-user. It describes the various types of Kidney Stone Recovery Devices and their current and historical market revenue.

This report also categorizes the global kidney stone recovery devices market based on region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of the World).

For a deeper understanding of the market, the report provides profiles of the competitive landscape, leading competitors and their respective market shares.

The report includes:
– 24 data tables and 24 additional tables
– A detailed overview and up-to-date analysis of the global Kidney Stone Recovery Devices markets within the MedTech industry
– Global and regional market trend analyses, with historic market revenue for 2019-2021, estimates for 2022, and compound annual growth rate (CAGR) projections to 2027
– Highlights of the upcoming market potential for Kidney Stone Recovery Devices industry, growth factors and areas of interest to forecast this market across various segments and sub-segments
– Estimation of actual market size and revenue forecast for the global Kidney Stone Recovery Devices market, and corresponding market share analysis based on product/device type, treatment, stone type and of the geographic region
– Updated information on major market drivers and opportunities, industry changes and regulations, and other demographic factors that will influence this market demand in the coming years (2022-2027)
– Holistic Review of the Effects of COVID-19 on the Kidney Stone Recovery Devices Market
– Identification of key stakeholders and analysis of the competitive landscape based on recent developments and industry revenue
– Company profiles of major industry players including Boston Scientific Corp., Becton, Dickinson and Comp., Olympus Corp. and Coloplast A/S

Summary:
Kidney stones are created when broken down minerals form inside the kidneys. Low fluid usage, dietary elements, and an individual’s clinical history can add to the turn of events.

Kidney stones can be small and pass quietly through the urinary tract, but some grow to the size of a golf ball. Larger stones can cause serious torment when they leave the body.

Left untreated, kidney stones can cause urinary problems, disease, and kidney damage. Kidney stones are a common problem in the United States, which seems to develop at a high rate of growth.

Dietary variables and environmental changes could contribute to this increase.

Kidney stones do not necessarily cause side effects in all cases. An individual may pass tiny stones out of the body in the urine without monitoring them. By the time side effects appear, they usually include –
– Pain or discomfort in the crotch, side of the midsection, or both.
– Blood in the urine.
– A urinary tract infection (UTI).
– Fever and chills.

causes

There are four distinct types of stones: calcium, uric corrosive, struvite, and cystine. Calcium stones: form when the kidneys contain an abundance of calcium that the muscles and bones do not use, instead of flushing it out of the body.

Calcium components group together to form crystals, for example, calcium oxalate, which group together to form a stone.

Corrosive uric stones: Result from a lack of water in the body. Urine contains uric corrosives.

When there is not enough water to weaken the uric corrosive, the urine becomes more acidic. Struvite stones: Can develop after a urinary tract infection.

They are composed of magnesium and fragrant salts. Cystine stones form when cystine, a substance found in muscle, builds up in the urine.

These are rare.

The American Urological Association says people at risk for kidney stones should consume enough fluid to pass 2.5 liters (l), or about 85 ounces (oz), of urine each day. Overall, this involves consuming nearly 3 liters, or about 100 oz, of fluid per day.
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