How Data Virtualization Enables Data Scientists

Denodo

Data science requires vast amounts of data. And that too from multiple sources. Data virtualization integrates the data across these disparate sources and provides a unified view of the data to data science algorithms. With it, data scientists can deliver important answers to business questions that enable the business users to perform their functions efficiently.
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Network functions virtualization (NFV) will revolutionize the way telecommunications networks are being built and operated. NFV promises bene!ts in two main areas: Operational and capital expenditure (OPEX and CAPEX) savings obtained from using general purpose hardware; Increased automation, resulting in operations simpli!cation, business agility, and faster time to market.

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Virtualization for Business Users with Denodo's Data Catalog

A successful data virtualization initiative bridges the gap between two very different perspectives of data management: IT and business. However, most of the emphasis in these initiatives is put on the IT side, modeling, performance, security, etc. Business users are often left with a large library of data sets, hard to use and navigate.
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Protecting Workloads in Amazon Web Services

Actifio

There’s no question that Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the “big dog” amongst public cloud vendors. With a market share of over 60%, many companies look at AWS first when making a decision to adopt public cloud. A big question that users ask during this process is, “How can I protect my data in AWS?”
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Pragmatic Approach to Achieving Programmable Network Automation

Sdxcentral

Network automation is the latest catchphrase to hit the networking space. Hot on the heels of SDN, NFV, and intent-based networking, network automation has been used as an umbrella term to encompass all manner of programmable approaches to automating network configuration and control. Many network engineers who may already have collections of standard operating procedures, template config files, scripts in varying languages, are confused about how to embark on a path to network automation. Incorporating developers into a NetOps team introduces a variety of tools and strategies that should be aligned into your network automation journey.
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Virtual Trials vs Trial Virtualization

Prior to the global pandemic, virtualization technologies were slow to adoption, with most large scale trials operating in traditional clinical settings. Now, the virtualization of clinical trials has become the industry’s new focus. In this session, Anthony Costello, President of Patient Cloud, will be speaking on a panel with Irfan Khan (Circuit Clinical) and Rosamund Round (Parexel), moderated by Craig Lipset (Clinical Innovation Partners).
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Spotlight

Network functions virtualization (NFV) will revolutionize the way telecommunications networks are being built and operated. NFV promises bene!ts in two main areas: Operational and capital expenditure (OPEX and CAPEX) savings obtained from using general purpose hardware; Increased automation, resulting in operations simpli!cation, business agility, and faster time to market.

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