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From New York, Jeff Kelly and Dave Vellante, co-hosts of theCUBE, managed to talk to Jigesh Saheba, Chief Architect, ADP Innovation Labs, about MongoDB. "The Lab's mission is very simple: we use technology to build amazing products for our clients," says Saheba. "These products enable them to manage their most important resource - the people." "At Innovation Labs we incubate products and technologies. We introduced mobile technology a couple of years ago, with great succes, and Mongo DB is a critical component of that," added Jigesh Saheba. He agrees that mobile changed everything. Once the new technology emerged (mobile tsunami, cloud computing), the modern... more »
Do people really care about privacy? Well, obviously not everyone does, but if you look at Duck Duck Go and other private search engines’ latest numbers, you’d have to admit that more than a few people do. DDG tweeted last that “It took 1445 days to get 1M searches, 483 days to get 2M searches, and then just 8 days to pass 3M searches: https://duckduckgo.com/traffic/.” “We offer that in web search, and there are others that offer it in other verticals. As people find out about these alternatives, they make that choice,” explained DDG founder & CEO Gabriel Weinberg via email. The increase... more »
Fusion-io has introduced the industry's first unified virtualization software solution with a powerful upgrade of its ioTurbine software. Joining us now on today's Live NewsDesk Show to provide us with more details on this latest announcement is Wikibon Co-Founder and CTO David Floyer. See live feed below or visit youtube.com/siliconangle to watch on-demand Hoping to lead the industry with unique features that make virtualization viable for even data-intensive applications, Fusion-io Turbine delivers the option for hypervisor caching, virtualization-aware caching in the guest VM, dynamic reallocation of cache memory during live migration of virtual machines in VMware vMotion, and unified management of caching across virtual and physical... more »
Bitcoin has just found itself a new enemy in the shape of the California Department of Financial Institutions, which has just sent a cease-and-desist letter to the nonprofit Bitcoin Foundation, an organization that's devoted to promoting best practices for the cryptocurrency. The California Department of Financial Institutions, which regulates banks and credit unions in the state, has apparently ordered the Bitcoin Foundation to cease all operations within California, accusing it of "engaging in the business of money transmission without a license or proper authorization." Should the Bitcoin Foundation be found guilty of violating California's Financial Code, it could face fines of up... more »
Edward Snowden’s NSA breach has topped headlines over the past few weeks. But what steps can enterprises and the public at large take to better ensure the protection of our data? Joining us now on today's Live NewsDesk Show to share his thoughts on these mounting security concerns is SiliconANGLE Contributing Editor John Casaretto. See live feed below or visit youtube.com/siliconangle to watch on-demand Since the 2008 Buckshot Yankee incident, in which a malicious software worm was uploaded to military networks by a thumb drive, the Pentagon has bolstered efforts to prevent removal of classified data. Now, in light of the recent Edward Snowden... more »
TheCube set up shop in the New York Marriott Marquis ballroom to bring you wall to wall coverage of MongoDB Days 2013, 10gen’s buzzed-about NoSQL conference. After chatting with most of the notable attendees, including chief executive Max Schireson, co-hosts Dave Vellante and Jeff Kelly wrapped up the stream with an in-depth discussion about the startup and its red-hot database technology. The way Dave sees it, MongoDB is gaining traction thanks to two important features: support for a wide range of data types, and ease of use. Jeff agrees, and notes that the 10gen community is very passionate about the technology. According... more »
When something as mundane as using Wi-Fi in a coffee shop or making an online purchase with your smartphone provokes a lawsuit, it's clear that the legal system is seriously flawed. Unfortunately, that's the way things have been in the US for a number of years now, but with any luck, it might be about to change. Recently, President Obama announced a series of measures aimed at putting an end to the most abusive acts of so-called "patent trolls," but identifying who these trolls are could prove to be somewhat troublesome. The term "patent troll" is slang for a company, more properly... more »
Last week Amazon signed a massive private cloud contract with the CIA, and Adobe announced the general availability of its subscription-based Creative Cloud suite. Additionally, Nutanix introduced two hyperscale boxes and Dell unveiled a converged system for SMBs and remote branch offices. Earlier this month, IBM cried foul after the CIA awarded Amazon with a $600 million contract to provide an on-premise replica of AWS. Officials from the U.S. Government Accountability Office sided with IBM at first, but apparently had a change of heart earlier this week. The GAO approved the deal on the basis that Amazon offers a “superior technical... more »
Kenny Gorman and Chris Lalonde, founders of ObjectRocket which has since been acquired by Rackspace, discussed offering MongoDB database-as-a-service (DBaaS) with theCUBE host Dave Vellante, live at the MongoDB Days conference in New York City. ObjectRocket was founded 2012, and a year later was acquired by Rackspace. Explaining the concept of DBaas, Gorman said that "a lot of folks out there are looking to forget about infrastructure," what they are interested in is to develop applications, have quick time to market, and not worry about database management. "We're trying to provide an interface with a higher order than other database providers." ObjectRocket... more »
Jeff Kelly and Dave Vellante broadcasted live from New York, from the MongoDB Days Event, talking with the big names in the industry. One of these key people is Jon Hoffman, Engineer Infrastructure Lead at Foursquare. Jon leads the infrastructure team in New York, and one of the things they do is building higher-level services on top of Mongo itself. That involves building tools that the developers can use to interact with Mongo. Right now, another big project they tackle is splitting up their monolythic application server into multiple, smaller applications. "We're developping this server-oriented architecture and we're building a lot... more »