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7 Definitions of Big Data You Should Know About

Faced with the ongoing confusion over the term ‘Big Data,’ here’s a handy – and somewhat cynical – guide to some of the key definitions that you might see out there.

The first thing to note is that – despite what Wikipedia says – everybody in the industry generally agrees that Big Data isn’t just about having more data (since that’s just inevitable, and boring).

(1) The Original Big Data

Big Data as the three Vs: Volume, Velocity, and Variety. This is the most venerable and well-known definition, first coined by Doug Laney of Gartner over twelve years ago. Since then, many others have tried to take it to 11 with additional Vs including Validity, Veracity, Value, and Visibility.

(2) Big Data as Technology

Why did a 12-year old term suddenly zoom into the spotlight? It wasn t simply because we do indeed now have a lot more volume, velocity, and variety than a decade ago. Instead, it was fueled by new technology, and in particular the fast rise of open source technologies such as Hadoop and other NoSQL ways of storing and manipulating data.

The users of these new tools needed a term that differentiated them from previous technologies, and–somehow–ended up settling on the woefully inadequate term Big Data. If you go to a big data conference, you can be assured that sessions featuring relational databases–no matter how many Vs they boast–will be in the minority.

(3) Big Data as Data Distinctions

The problem with big-data-as-technology is that (a) it s vague enough that every vendor in the industry jumped in to claim it for themselves and (b) everybody knew that they were supposed to elevate the debate and talk about something more business-y and useful.

Here are two good attempts to help organizations understand why Big Data now is different from mere big data in the past:

  • Transactions, Interactions, and Observations. This one is from Shaun Connolly of Hortonworks. Transactions make up the majority of what we have collected, stored and analyzed in the past. Interactions are data that comes from things like people clicking on web pages. Observations are data collected automatically.
  • Process-Mediated Data, Human-Sourced Information, and Machine-Generated Data. This is brought to us by Barry Devlin. who co-wrote the first paper on data warehousing. It is basically the same as the above, but with clearer names.

(4) Big Data as Signals

This is another business-y approach that divides the world by intent and timing rather than the type of data, courtesy of SAP’s Steve Lucas. The old world is about transactions, and by the time these transactions are recorded, it s too late to do anything about them: companies are constantly managing out of the rear-view mirror . In the new world, companies can instead use new signal data to anticipate what s going to happen, and intervene to improve the situation.

Examples include tracking brand sentiment on social media (if your likes fall off a cliff, your sales will surely follow) and predictive maintenance (complex algorithms determine when you need to replace an aircraft part, before the plane gets expensively stuck on the runway).

(5) Big Data as Opportunity

This one is from 451 Research s Matt Aslett and broadly defines big data as analyzing data that was previously ignored because of technology limitations. (OK, so technically, Matt used the term ‘Dark Data’ rather than Big Data, but it’s close enough). This is my personal favorite, since I believe it lines up best with how the term is actually used in most articles and discussions.

(6) Big Data as Metaphor

In his wonderful book The Human Face of Big Data. journalist Rick Smolan says big data is “the process of helping the planet grow a nervous system, one in which we are just another, human, type of sensor.” Deep, huh? But by the time you’ve read some of stories in the book or the mobile app, you’ll be nodding your head in agreement.

(7) Big Data as New Term for Old Stuff

This is the laziest and most cynical use of the term, where projects that were possible using previous technology, and would have been called BI or analytics in the past have suddenly been rebaptized in a fairly blatant attempt to jump on the big data bandwagon.

And finally, one bonus, fairly useless definition of big data. Still not enough for you? Here s 30+ more and counting.

The bottom line: whatever the disagreements over the definition, everybody agrees on one thing: big data is a big deal, and will lead to huge new opportunities in the coming years.

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01-09-2008 07:14 PM

Mysql can’t create/write to

Ok. having some issues with getting Mysql up and running.
the system..
PII box with 512 ram
Fedora 7 (Moonshine)
Mysql-5.0.45-linux-i686 (that is the build I downloaded.

Everytime I try to run the mysqld_safe script I get
nohub: ignoring input and redirecting stderr to stdout
Starting mysqld daemon with databases from /var/lib/mysql
STOPPING server from pid file /var/run/mysqld/

Now after extensive searching through the data bases here I ended up in /var/log/mysqld.log.
Now I see when I started the server each time and what happened. Each time mysqld started, I get a database was not shut down properly, then a bunch a stuff about restoring half written pages, apply batch of log records, progress in percents followed by a bunch of numbers 3-99, apply batch completed (everything up till this point I am not too worried about because I think that the next 2 lines explains why the data base was not shut down properly.
[ERROR] /usr/local/mysql/bin/mysqld: can’t create/write to file ‘/var/run/mysqld/’ (Errcode: 2)
[ERROR] Can’t start server; can’t create PID file no such file or directory.
mysqld ended

(I assume that the 080108 and time stamps were not important so have eliminated them.)

When I look for /var/run/mysqld/ it does not exist at all, nor does the directory /var/run/mysqld.

Now does this mean I missed something in the install process, or is there a setting somewhere that I have wrong. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Also I hope this was the right forum to put this in (it was either this one or the server forum, hopefully a mod will move if it should be in the server forum to prevent me from double posting. thanks.)

01-09-2008 07:52 PM

Here is the first 2 instances in the log.

080108 14:56:04 mysqld started
nohup: ignoring input
InnoDB: The first specified data file ./ibdata1 did not exist:
InnoDB: a new database to be created!
080108 14:56:04 InnoDB: Setting file ./ibdata1 size to 10 MB
InnoDB: Database physically writes the file full: wait.
080108 14:56:05 InnoDB: Log file ./ib_logfile0 did not exist: new to be created
InnoDB: Setting log file ./ib_logfile0 size to 5 MB
InnoDB: Database physically writes the file full: wait.
080108 14:56:05 InnoDB: Log file ./ib_logfile1 did not exist: new to be created
InnoDB: Setting log file ./ib_logfile1 size to 5 MB
InnoDB: Database physically writes the file full: wait.
InnoDB: Doublewrite buffer not found: creating new
InnoDB: Doublewrite buffer created
InnoDB: Creating foreign key constraint system tables
InnoDB: Foreign key constraint system tables created
080108 14:56:06 InnoDB: Started; log sequence number 0 0
080108 14:56:06 [ERROR] /usr/local/mysql/bin/mysqld: Can’t create/write to file ‘/var/run/mysqld/’ (Errcode: 2)
080108 14:56:06 [ERROR] Can’t start server: can’t create PID file: No such file or directory
080108 14:56:06 mysqld ended

080108 15:00:32 mysqld started
nohup: ignoring input
080108 15:00:33 InnoDB: Database was not shut down normally!
InnoDB: Starting crash recovery.
InnoDB: Reading tablespace information from the .ibd files.
InnoDB: Restoring possible half-written data pages from the doublewrite
InnoDB: buffer.
080108 15:00:33 InnoDB: Starting log scan based on checkpoint at
InnoDB: log sequence number 0 36808.
InnoDB: Doing recovery: scanned up to log sequence number 0 43655
080108 15:00:33 InnoDB: Starting an apply batch of log records to the database.
InnoDB: Progress in percents: 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99
InnoDB: Apply batch completed
080108 15:00:33 InnoDB: Started; log sequence number 0 43655
080108 15:00:33 [ERROR] /usr/local/mysql/bin/mysqld: Can’t create/write to file ‘/var/run/mysqld/’ (Errcode: 2)
080108 15:00:33 [ERROR] Can’t start server: can’t create PID file: No such file or directory
080108 15:00:33 mysqld ended

and the last 2 incase that helps any.

080109 19:34:00 mysqld started
nohup: ignoring input
080109 19:34:01 InnoDB: Database was not shut down normally!
InnoDB: Starting crash recovery.
InnoDB: Reading tablespace information from the .ibd files.
InnoDB: Restoring possible half-written data pages from the doublewrite
InnoDB: buffer.
080109 19:34:01 InnoDB: Starting log scan based on checkpoint at
InnoDB: log sequence number 0 36808.
InnoDB: Doing recovery: scanned up to log sequence number 0 43655
080109 19:34:01 InnoDB: Starting an apply batch of log records to the database.
InnoDB: Progress in percents: 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99
InnoDB: Apply batch completed
080109 19:34:01 InnoDB: Started; log sequence number 0 43655
080109 19:34:01 [ERROR] /usr/local/mysql/bin/mysqld: Can’t create/write to file ‘/var/run/mysqld/’ (Errcode: 2)
080109 19:34:01 [ERROR] Can’t start server: can’t create PID file: No such file or directory
080109 19:34:01 mysqld ended

080109 19:59:02 mysqld started
nohup: ignoring input
080109 19:59:02 InnoDB: Database was not shut down normally!
InnoDB: Starting crash recovery.
InnoDB: Reading tablespace information from the .ibd files.
InnoDB: Restoring possible half-written data pages from the doublewrite
InnoDB: buffer.
080109 19:59:02 InnoDB: Starting log scan based on checkpoint at
InnoDB: log sequence number 0 36808.
InnoDB: Doing recovery: scanned up to log sequence number 0 43655
080109 19:59:02 InnoDB: Starting an apply batch of log records to the database.
InnoDB: Progress in percents: 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99
InnoDB: Apply batch completed
080109 19:59:03 InnoDB: Started; log sequence number 0 43655
080109 19:59:03 [ERROR] /usr/local/mysql/bin/mysqld: Can’t create/write to file ‘/var/run/mysqld/’ (Errcode: 2)
080109 19:59:03 [ERROR] Can’t start server: can’t create PID file: No such file or directory
080109 19:59:03 mysqld ended

01-09-2008 07:54 PM

Originally Posted by pickuprover (Post 3017295)

running as mysql as user (all the permissions seem to be with mysql user when I did a search on ownership)
I tried it with root and got the same message (thought I should get a permission denied when I tried to start it with root as mysql is the owner of the program and all files.)

No if you did it as root, you wont get permission denied, that don’t happen to root.

And I’m sorry, somehow I missed this when I first read it, but by all means if you don’t have the /var/run/mysqld directory, go ahead and create it, and make sure mysql.mysql owns it. That does in fact seem to be what its complaining about.

01-09-2008 08:03 PM

Thank-you, it is now up and running. yay. I was soo close to on my own, but thankfully there are forums out there. KnightHawk, I thank you very much.
I am so glad I switched to Linux, in less than a week since I downloaded it onto the old computer I feel like I know 20 times more about my operating system than I ever did with Windows. once again, thanks.

01-14-2008 08:58 PM

hi there! i’m a newbie in installing MySQL on a linux box. I can’t start my MySQL (Timeout error occurred trying to start MySQL Daemon. – i got this error) and when i look at the /var/log/mysqld.log i got the following error.

080115 10:22:22 mysqld started
080115 10:22:26 InnoDB: Started; log sequence number 0 43634
080115 10:22:26 [ERROR] /usr/libexec/mysqld: Can’t create/write to file ‘/var/run/mysqld/’ (Errcode: 13)
080115 10:22:26 [ERROR] Can’t start server: can’t create PID file: Permission denied
080115 10:22:26 mysqld ended

this is my /etc/my.cnf

# Default to using old password format for compatibility with mysql 3.x
# clients (those using the mysqlclient10 compatibility package).



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Switch’s Las Vegas Data Center Stronghold Reaches North of 2 Million


Switch’s Las Vegas Data Center Stronghold Reaches North of 2 Million Square Feet

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Switch has officially launched the latest massive facility on its homebase Las Vegas data center campus, bringing its total capacity in Sin City to more than 2 million square feet and about 315MW.

Switch, the largest data center provider in Vegas, recently started expanding to other markets. Known for its proprietary data center design, futuristic interiors, and ex-military security guards armed with machine guns, the company builds hyper-scale colocation facilities and lists among its top customers Amazon Web Services, eBay, Hulu, and NASA.

Its latest Las Vegas 10 data center adds about 350,000 square feet of data center space and can provide up to 40MW of power. It is designed to the same specifications as the previously existing Las Vegas 8 and Las Vegas 9 facilities.

Recommended: Switch Gets Tier IV for Second Las Vegas Data Center

The design, according to Switch, is a brain child of its founder and CEO, Rob Roy, who designed everything from mechanical and electrical systems to the roof and conference-room interiors. The company leans heavily on its data center design for setting itself apart from competitors, and earlier this month announced its own design standard, called Tier 5 Platinum, which includes a long list of characteristics that aren’t covered by the industry’s most widely used and recognized data center design rating system created by the Uptime Institute.

Switch had portions of Las Vegas 8 and 9 data centers certified by Uptime. Both received Tier IV Gold certification, the highest rating in the system designed to evaluate data center infrastructure reliability. Switch said it would not pursue Uptime certification for any of its future facilities because the system doesn’t take into account elements such as network carrier redundancy and availability of renewable energy, among many others. It also complained that Uptime doesn’t do enough to police misuse of its terminology by data center providers.

Switch’s current design is called Switch MOD 250 (Modularly Optimized Design). Modularity enables data center providers to expand capacity in a building quickly by installing standardized, pre-fabricated infrastructure components.

The company launched its first non-Las Vegas data center in February of this year. The first building on its Citadel Campus outside of Reno, Nevada, has eBay as the anchor tenant and measures 1.3 million square feet; it can support up to 130MW of power. The following month Switch announced the launch of a data center in Michigan. inside a re-purposed pyramid-shaped former office building, and in May said it had secured land to build data centers in Atlanta .

The company is also building data centers in Italy and Thailand. Both international projects are partnerships with local investors.


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Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals and Abington Health System have completed their merger, forming Jefferson Health to compete with Philadelphia’s University of Pennsylvania Health System, the largest in the city. The question now is whether the system will be as much of an industry disruptor as CEO Stephen Klasko, MD, has promised.

“Jefferson Health is truly different, because now patients can choose an organization that marries the nationally recognized and renowned academic medical center of Thomas Jefferson University with the outstanding clinical reputation and community connectedness of Abington,” said Klasko.

Jefferson Health, with a medical school and five hospitals, is pursuing a mission of education, research and advanced medicine. It’s on a slightly smaller scale than competitor Penn Medicine, which is researching diseases and treatments with $409 million in NIH funding, and offering access to clinical trials and new treatments through a soon-to-be five-hospital system with the planned acquisition of Lancaster General Health on the horizon.

Jefferson Health has been designed to extend the expertise of Jefferson clinicians to suburbanites through telehealth, urgent care centers and Abington’s three community hospitals and clinics, rather than set up a regional referral network for an academic medical center to keep doing its best work at an urban hospital complex, Klasko said.

“This new urban-suburban hub-and-hub model we believe is the first in the country,” Kasko said. “If you look at a lot of mergers, it’s a hub and spoke, an academic medical center in the city, and people have to travel and it increases the costs.”

Jefferson Health’s goal, Klasko said at a press conference, is “going from a Blockbuster model to Netflix model, bringing Jefferson care and Jefferson and Abington care to the patients as close as they can be.”

The new system, spanning Philadelphia and its northern suburbs, features five hospitals (including Abington Memorial on the edge of the city and Jefferson’s downtown 950-bed University Hospital), nine outpatient centers and four urgent care centers, all staffed by 19,000 employees and 3,370 physicians. Among the executives at the new health system are Praveen Chopra, chief information and transformative innovative environment officer; Anne Boland Docimo, MD, chief medical officer; and John Ekarius, chief strategy officer. The board includes 11 trustees from the old Jefferson, 11 from the old Abington, plus two independent members.

Klasko said Jefferson and Abington did not really have to combine to survive. Among the dozen-plus health systems and independent hospitals in metropolitan Philly, both were in solid financials prior to the merger. Jefferson had a net income of $103 million on $2.1 billion in revenue in fiscal year 2014, while Abington brought in $17.6 million on $774 million in revenue.

But last summer, when Klasko dined with Larry Merlis, Abington’s CEO and COO of the new system, there was a connection that suggested the two organizations shared a vision for the future. “After the glass of wine, it became more obvious that Jefferson and Abington would be a great fit,” Klasko said.

The Netflix model

A 61-year-old OB-GYN, MBA and Philly native, Klasko has done quite a bit in stoking Jefferson’s brand in his two years on the job as CEO. He lambasts the arcane, dysfunction aspects of American healthcare — from the six-figure debt for patients to phone call scheduling systems,— and points to consumer technology as inspiration. “Why can I be in my pajamas the day after Thanksgiving watching Game of Thrones and doing all my holiday shopping, but if I have a stomach ache, I still have to get on the phone and hopefully somebody will see me two days from now?” Klasko said in an interview earlier this year.

“I see this as an absolutely seminal moment in healthcare,” he said. “We’re going to change the DNA of healthcare one physician at a time,” he also said in a TEDx Talk, outlining a vision for “Jefferson 3.0.”

Klasko has been saying that American healthcare needs to change for the better part of a decade, since he was head of the University of South Florida College of Medicine. His record there was mixed. One former colleague told Philadelphia Magazine that Klasko’s “disruptive innovation” agenda was seen as “just disruptive.”

At the Villages retirement community, Klasko spearheaded a $4 million USF medical clinic with the goal making it “America’s Healthiest Hometown.” USF pulled out the project last June, taking a $5 million loss. Another initiative, the $38 million Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation, lost $2 million for the 2013-14 fiscal year, but is still seen as part of needed changes in the ways medical students learn to become doctors, nurses and caregivers.

Competing in Philly

At Jefferson, Klasko said he has a mandate to evolve the enterprise, which “means everything from literally changing how we select and educate students” to “changing the most expensive place to can get care, the urban academic medical center,” he said. “We believe that 65 percent or so of patients who end up in a hospital’s emergency rooms don’t need to be there, and not just because it could not just be five hours of a patient’s life but $1,500 of their deductible.”

The hub-and-hub health system can be the way to “get patients to the most efficient and effective place for them to get care,” Klasko said. “That might be their home with telehealth. That might a Jeff Connect urgent care center. That might be a freestanding ER, or if they’re really, really sick, they should go to the most expensive, high acuity ER at the hospital.”

Whether Klasko’s ideas and Jefferson’s vision translate into more affordable healthcare remains to be seen, said Robert Field, a Drexel University health researcher who writes the Field Clinic column in the Philly Inquirer. For one thing, Field said, neither Jefferson nor any other regional provider system has made headway in improving patient billing, although the region’s largest insurer, Independence Blue Cross, is trying to make progress on the price shopping front.

Jefferson is also not the only area health system looking to create an integrated health network spanning the suburbs and center city Philadelphia. Jefferson bought the naming rights to a downtown train station, but all across the region, residents are beckoned with advertising for systems such as Temple Health, Einstein Healthcare Network, Main Line Health, Doylestown Health, Jefferson and Penn Medicine. The competition between Penn Medicine and Jefferson as the largest and second largest academic medical centers in the region has been explicit, though still friendly, said Field, who worked in management at the Penn’s health system in the late 1990s.

Jefferson and Abington have a slight advantage on the retail clinic approach. Like other metro areas, Philly has dozens of urgent-care clinics, though only a few are operated by major hospital systems.

That, along with the expanded telehealth options Jefferson is rolling out with the American Well on-demand telemedicine company, could put Jefferson ahead in an area that Klasko thinks is growing more quickly than some healthcare executives might like to acknowledge.

In 2010, Klasko and a group of academic medical center leaders were at a conference when Walgreens announced the launch of its walk-in clinics. Klasko remembered many of the deans laughing it off: “What a stupid business model. Who’s going to go to a drugstore to have their kid be seen with an earache?”

Billions of dollars later, Klasko said, retail primary and urgent care clinics are one of the fastest growing parts of healthcare, and some providers complain that they are taking away high-margin, low-acuity services.

“The reason isn’t because everybody was excited about going to the drugstore to have their kid be seen. The reason was, back then, if your kid had an earache you would be told by your pediatrician in many places that we could see you in two days,” Klasko said. “Well by then, your kid was either better or had gone to the emergency room.”


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IT Architecture For Dummies Cheat Sheet

When planning and implementing your IT architecture, ease the process by reviewing critical information: major IT architecture concepts such as common IT architecture tasks, standardizing technology, and consolidating and centralizing technology resources; collaboration solutions to institute across the enterprise; and system maintenance processes that can be automated to help you increase savings and reduce administrative overhead.

Identifying Common IT Architecture Tasks

Taking on an IT architecture project means dealing with myriad detailed tasks. No matter the nature of your IT architecture project, however, be sure to cover this abbreviated checklist of common, high-level tasks:

Eliminate resource silos: Getting rid of separate information resource silos through consolidation and centralization makes many other projects possible.

Identify data requirements: Determine the type of data your organization uses, its location and users, as well as any associated business requirements.

Identify and integrate existing resources: Identify resources currently in use and determine whether they should be integrated into the new architecture, replaced with an alternate solution, or retired.

Define technical standards: Define the rules and guidelines that your organization will use when making decisions regarding information technology.

Identify security requirements: Implementation can t start until the security requirements have been identified. Remember, information is an asset to be protected.

Justify changes: Ensure that changes provide value to your organization in some fashion.

IT Architecture: Standardizing Technology

Standardization of technology is a common part of IT architecture projects. A standardized technology reduces complexity and offers benefits such as cost savings through economy of scale, ease of integration, improved efficiency, greater support options, and simplification of future control. Some common targets for standardization include

User workstation environments: This includes desktop hardware, operating system, and user productivity suites.

Software development: Consider standardizing not only programming languages, but also software development practices.

Database management systems: Try to standardize on a single database platform, such as Oracle, Microsoft SQL, mySQL, or PostgreSQL.

IT Architecture: Consolidating and Centralizing Technology Resources

A good IT architecture plan improves efficiencies. When your IT architecture program includes consolidation and centralization of technology resources, particularly in the data center, you gain improved resource use, document recovery, security, and service delivery; increased data availability; and reduced complexity. Some elements that you can consolidate or centralize include

IT personnel: Consolidate IT personnel into centrally managed, focused support groups based on need and skill sets.

Servers: The number of physical servers can be reduced by implementing virtualization or simply eliminating redundant functionality.

File storage: Get local file repositories off multiple file servers and onto a centralized storage solution such as a storage area network (SAN).

Directory services: Provide a common directory service for authentication or implement a single sign-on or federated authentication solution to bridge multiple directories.

IT Architecture: Collaborating Across the Enterprise

Collaboration solutions facilitate IT architecture teamwork by allowing team members to communicate, share data, and create repositories of collective intelligence, regardless of location or scheduling complications. They may decrease travel and telephone costs significantly. In IT architecture, common collaboration solutions include

Social networking: Social networking tools, such as chat, blogs, and forums, provide new and flexible methods for sharing information.

Groupware: Groupware allows employees to work together regardless of location by using integrated tools that facilitate communication, conferencing, and collaborative management.

Enterprise portal: Portals aggregate content from multiple sources, bringing it all into one place for easy access and creating a single point of contact.

IT Architecture: Automating System Maintenance

Part of IT architecture includes improving efficiencies by restructuring enterprise resources. The more system maintenance processes that you automate in the IT architecture, the greater cost savings you can realize from reduced administrative overhead and support.

Operating system patches/updates: Most operating systems have some type of native automated patch management solution, and third-party solutions are also available.

Application updates: Some applications have the ability to update themselves automatically, while others may be updated through logon scripts or push technology.

Anti-malware updates and scans: Use enterprise-level anti-malware solutions that update frequently and scan regularly to improve security.


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User Profile Wizard 3.12

Simple. Scalable. Low cost

User Profile Wizard 3.12 is the latest version of ForensiT s powerful workstation migration tool. User Profile Wizard will migrate your current user profile to your new user account so that you can keep all your existing data and settings.

Large-scale migration made easy

User Profile Wizard has been used to automatically migrate hundreds of thousands of workstations to new domains. It can be used to migrate workstations to a new domain from any existing Windows network, or from a Novell NDS network; it can join standalone computers to a domain for the first time, or migrate workstations from a domain back to a workgroup.

No need to lose personal data and settings

A User Profile is where Windows stores your stuff. Normally, when you change your user account Windows will create a new profile for you, and you lose all your data and settings – your “My Documents”, “My Pictures” and “My Music” files and all the other information that makes your computer personal to you, like your desktop wallpaper, Internet favorites and the lists of documents you’ve recently opened.

User Profile Wizard is an easy-to-use migration tool that means this doesn’t need to happen – you can simply migrate your original profile to your new user account. User Profile Wizard does not move, copy or delete any data. Instead it configures the profile “in place” so that it can be used by your new user account. This makes the process both very fast and very safe.

With the User Profile Wizard Deployment Kit you can build a scalable, enterprise solution to automatically migrate tens of thousands of workstations.

Scalable – up or down

Unlike some alternatives, User Profile Wizard does not assume that there is an enterprise directory in place. It supports all environments from Small Business Server through to a Global Domain Consolidation.


  • Migrates all user profile data and settings on Windows XP/Windows 7/8 and Windows 10
  • Automatically joins a machine to a new domain
  • Supports domain migrations over a VPN
  • Supports all Active Directory and Samba domains
  • Migrates from a domain back to a workgroup
  • Includes Enterprise strength scripting support
  • Supports push migrations of remote machines
  • Tried and trusted – over one million licenses sold

Corporate and Professional Editions

User Profile Wizard comes in two editions. Read our User Profile Wizard Feature Comparison to find out what features are availble in the Corporate and Professional editions. The Corporate Edition is licensed per workstation. The Professional Edition is licensed per technician.

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Microsoft SQL Server Parallel Data Warehouse (SQL Server PDW)

Microsoft SQL Server Parallel Data Warehouse (SQL Server PDW) is a pre-built data warehouse appliance that includes Microsoft SQL Server database software, third-party server hardware and networking components.

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Parallel Data Warehouse has a massively parallel processing (MPP ) architecture. As such, Microsoft has billed Parallel Data Warehouse as being well-tuned for big data processing.

Like other server appliances, one of the main features of Parallel Data Warehouse is that it is easier to set up when compared to buying commodity hardware and software and configuring them in house. There are currently two versions of Parallel Data Warehouse: one uses Hewlett-Packard servers and the other uses Dell hardware.

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Data Center Manager Interview Questions #data #center #interview #questions, #data #center


Data Center Manager interview questions

Data Center Manager interview questions for Behavioral interview :
Are you seeking employment in a company of a certain size?
Why were you given these promotions at your present or last company?
What were the development steps on your last performance appraisal?
On what do you spend your disposable income?
What would you consider a conducive job atmosphere?
Describe a situation in which you lead a team.
Why did you leave that job?

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Data Center Manager interview questions for General job interview :
What unique experiences separate you from other candidates?
What do you do in leisure/spare time?
What qualities would you look for if hiring someone?
What were your responsibilities?
What aspects of working with others do you find least enjoyable?
Why did you leave that job?
What is your greatest weakness?

Data Center Manager interview questions for Panel job interview :
– What is the difference between a manager and a leader?
– How would your teacher or other Data Center Manager describe you?
– Do you prefer to work independently or on a team?
– Give an example of a time you successfully worked as Data Center Manager on a team.
– Time when you have encountered conflict in the workplace.
– Give me an example of when you have done more than required in a course.
– How did you get work assignments at your most recent employer?

Data Center Manager interview questions for Phone interview :
What do you do if you can’t solve a problem on your own?
What expectations do you have for your future employer?
Do you check your messages while on vacation?
What is your definition of intelligence?
Are you willing to go where the company sends you?
How have you increased profits in your past jobs?
What major problem have you encountered and how did you deal with it?

Difficult Data Center Manager interview questions :
You seem overqualified for this position, what do you think?
How quickly can you adapt to a new work environment?
Do you have a geographic preference?
What type of salary are you worth and why?
Tell me something that you are not proud of?
What personal characteristics do you think lead to success in this job?
Are you looking for a permanent or temporary position at the company?

Data Center Manager interview questions for Group interview :
– What irritates you about other people?
– What are the qualities of a good Data Center Manager?
– Describe a situation in which you had to collect information.
– What have you learned from your past jobs that related to Data Center Manager?
– What was your most difficult decision?
– Have you handled a difficult situation with a co-worker? How?
– What is your greatest failure, and what did you learn from it?


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Better Solutions. Better Service. Better Experience.

Consultative Solutions, Unparalleled Service

About ATC

ATC is an end-to-end telecommunications consulting and management company.

American Telephone Company provides quality telecommunications solutions delivered by caring, knowledgeable professionals. Our organization is committed to always doing “what’s best” for our customers, employees and partners.

We pride ourselves on providing customized cost-effective solutions to enterprises of all sizes. We offer a wide range of telecom solutions and will help you select the services best suited to your business needs. Whether you want to keep your existing service, upgrade, or purchase an entirely new system, ATC will expertly guide you through the process.


American Telephone Company is proud to offer telecommunications solutions and services that are second to none in their quality, versatility and cost competitiveness. ATC has partnered with a variety of facilities based carriers that include RBOC’s, Broadband Providers and CLEC’s to offer our customers a complete variety of turnkey solutions. The ATC product portfolio offers solutions that will help your business maximize profit while minimizing hassle and cost.


We’ll come to your office, or planned location if you’re moving, for a no-cost, no-obligation analysis of your current phone system, hardware and cabling. We’ll also conduct an audit of your previous phone bills to determine areas to reduce costs.


With our vast industry knowledge, we know which solutions offer the most value for your needs. We will ensure that you get a cost-effective plan where you pay only for the services you require.


If you’re relocating, we’ll coordinate with architects, building managers and other parties to ensure that your telecom system is fully up and running on the day you move in.


Our on-site technicians will handle all the details to switch service from your current telecom provider so you can stay focused on running your business. In most cases, you can even keep your current phone number!

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Data Recovery and Disk Repair Service Comparison Table #best #data #recovery


Data Recovery and Disk Repair: A Guide to Software and Services

Everyone on this list without exception uses PC-3k. I know this for a fact.
When you askedabout their “advanced recovery” you should have asked if they design their own imaging hardware/controllers.
Everything else can mean just fluff like spacers for HR changers(Gilware) to things like custom software tools(which everyone should have).

Going down the list here’s some more information clarification for the readers:
Hard Drive Manufacturers:
Western Digital lists everyone here because they get paid commissions and want the greatest amount of choices. Platinum Partners on the WD partner site like Drivesavers and Ontrack pay monthly for that placement.

Hitachi and G-Technology who are wholly owned subsidiaries of WD have a separate partner site where they separately list partners(Data rescue Center, Ontrack, Drivesavers, etc. ).

Toshiiba has an internal support page, Seagate uses there own SRS for Data Recovery.

IN GENERAL; the Drive manufacturers support organizations know little to nothing about the data recovery process and often make things worse in their attempt to troubleshoot.

A good example(though by far not the only one) is G-Tech’s relationship with Data rescue center where Data rescue is a reseller of G-Tech’s drive and perpetuates bad assumptions about recovery to peddle their software(they were a software company for 20 years before opening a lab).

Also. “Personal data on a damaged hard disk can be restored, he says, without needing to open any files to confirm the restoration”.

This is absolutely not true either and this is just a business model decision.

What ends up happening is Ontrack’s end users get “compelted” recovery projects with corrupt data and no recourse.
you would think this happens only for things like individual documents(where you obviously can’t tell if there’s corruption just by staring at a hex dump) but even things like Virtual Machines/databases being unatachable or corrupt come out of this kind of policy by Ontrack(and others of course).

The raw numbers:

I have a lot of skepticism when it comes to the number of technicians being listed here because I know what a serious top tier Lab like SRS9at least before this year) looks like in terms of it’s engineers.

Also I have a BIG problem with any lab that refers to it’s engineers as “repair. (something)”. data recovery involves the repair of drives incidentally. and there’s a significant distinction in professionalism and ethics from those that actually TRY to repair drives and data recovery engineers.

There’s a lot more I could talk about here and notable companies that are missing(and some that are oddly inconsistent from the RAID recovery article list), but frankly that’s kind of the nature of the industry. unless you’ve been in the trenches for a while, you cna’t really peel back the layers completely.

You did a decent job here, though. Better than i’ve seen as of yet.


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Offline Data Typing Job, Easy offline Data Typing Job #offline #data


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We at Universal Info Service (ISO 9001:2015 Certified), would like to inform you that – it has came to our notice that few people are being misguided by two companies name styled as Universal info services, from Karnataka and Universal info services, Gujarat. They are using similar name styles as our Universal Info Service. We here by declare that we don’t have any direct or indirect relationship with those companies and we are not liable for any loss or damages occurred to any body due to transaction with those companies. We also declare that UIS and Universal Info Service are the Trade Marks of our headquartered Siliguri Universal Info Service, Near- Bela Bakery, A.P.C Sarani, Deshbandhupara, Siliguri-04, West Bengal, India. If you have any doubts againts our company then just call us at 0353-2461473, (M) 09434019000 Good News for Facebook User- Our company will hiring 500 fresh Candidates for Data Entry Operator on May’2017, so interested Male/Female candidates can apply at Get Latest Job details SMS NAME SPACE EMAIL ID to- 9434019000

Introduction:-There are more India’s company are going to selling the E-Book through internet. Now days the Online Business is growing in India very fast. So we are start the offline Data Entry Content/ Document editing / Proof Reading ) Job. The basic work is typing in Ms-Word correction the mistake word.

As a data proofreader, you will get assignment to read through manuscripts and Websites to look for grammar and spelling errors. You will be proofreading the following. Dissertations, Essays, Research reports, Applications Novels, Short stories, Screenplays, Scripts, Articles, Books, Manuscripts, Proposals, Business plans, Presentations, Advertising copies, press releases, Newsletters, Resumes, Cover letters, Dating profiles, Personal statements, Website text, Auto responders, Forms and letters.

If you have good grammar and spelling, this is a great opportunity. You can make very good money doing this type of work all in the comfort of your own home. Out of all the programs I offer, this is the only one that will requires testing and certification. I can help you to get certified. After you are certified the opportunities are endless and pay from Rs.8/- to 12/- INR per assignment for online and off-line proofreading opportunities. Pay will vary depending whether you work off-line.

Though most people are confident using computers and software such as Microsoft Word and Works to spell and grammar check articles, books, newspapers, magazines, course work, leaflets, pamphlets, instruction manuals, etc there is still a demand for work from home proofreaders and copy editors. This work involves checking a manuscript and typescript galley and page proof
This article will discuss how you can earn from proofreading, the advantages and disadvantages of working as a proofreader and where to find employment as a freelance proofreader. There is also an excellent recommended course for those who wish to gain a qualification in proofreading. For typing, grammar and spelling errors by the author, the copy editor and also the typesetter. Some editors and publishers also ask their proofreaders to spot factual mistakes in the editorial and any potentially libellous statements.

1. The Allotment of job is purely contractual work for the duration is as per plan, and is not, in any way related to employment directly or indirectly. Request once made not transferable.

2. Universal Info Service will be activate the user account only after receiving the full registration fees i.e. after receipt of Cash / Demand Draft or Money Order, Pay order/ upon realization of payment. No refund of any kind shall be made by the company.

3. The assignments will be provided by Universal Info Service in Zip File Format only. The company will not accept done work in any other format. In this case user account will be terminated, and we will not be responsible for this. Mention Registration Number and file name clearly in the same manner that has been given in Technical Instructions. The processed data work should be returned under the given time frame described in Project Detail to Universal Info Service otherwise user account can be Terminated.

4. The Company’s system will check the accuracy of completed data and all concerned outputs shall be notified about the same through dvr (Data Verification Report) via email.

5. No dispute shall be entertained regarding Data Verification Report. The accuracy will be decided by the technical officials of the company and is final and cannot be challenged.

6. You are not allowed to use any software for converting image file to MS-Word. If found we will terminate you. Because when you use software’s it changes the Ms-Word file codes which is not visible to us. Also these files will be immediately rejected by company systems.

7. All files will be .jpeg files, in Zip Format. Just click the Zip files and files will be saved on your PC. These .jpeg/.jpg can be easily open on any computer.

8. ACCURACY IS CALCULATED:- Here per image file you are allowed to make at the most 6 mistakes. If you make more than 5 mistakes in any single image file than that page will be disqualified. Accuracy is calculated as follows:-

Total Image files – Total Disqualified image files

Total Image files

9. Minimum 94 % accuracy allowed for getting the payment, less than 94 % accuracy is not allowed any payment.

9. Minimum 94% accuracy allowed for getting the payment, less than 94% accuracy is not allowed any payment.

10. Payments are made every month between the 7th and the 15th day. In case of non receipt of payment, Re-payment is made on 22nd of every month.

Note: If you have any further query about our data entry services, you can email us at [email protected]

Complaint and Jurisdiction:-In the event of any dispute or difference arising between the candidates (User and Company) here to relating to or arising out of this terms, including the implementation, execution interpretation, rectification, validity, enforceability, termination or rescission there of. including the rights, obligations or liabilities of the parties (user and company) here to. the same will be adjudicated and determined by arbitration .The Indian arbitration and conciliation act, 1996 or any statutory amendment or re-enactment there of is force in India, shall govern the reference. Either party shall appoint their respective arbitrator or the arbitrators thus appointed should appoint the third arbitrator who shall function as the presiding arbitrator. The venue of arbitration shall be Coochbehar, West Bengal state only. The courts in the city of Coochbehar, West Bengal shall have exclusive jurisdiction entertain, try and determine the same.

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Monthly Income Rs.35,000/-,Work from home on PC, Laptop or Mobile, Registration Free, Qualification 12+

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Many businesses must avail themselves of the latest technology to remain competitive in their industry. For instance, many car manufacturers now include backup cameras, Bluetooth and GPS capabilities and in-car Wi-Fi in their newer models. Newer vehicles without those technologies … Read more…→ The post Innovations in Data Center Connectivity appeared first on CenturyLink EpiCenter Blog.

Business Continuity Planning: The Distributed Data Center Approach (Part Two)

Chip Freund | April 05,2017

As I discussed in my most recent blog, some companies utilize a distributed data center approach to achieve redundancy, scalability and high availability as part of their plan for business continuity. It enables businesses to help mitigate disasters that can … Read more…→ The post Business Continuity Planning: The Distributed Data Center Approach (Part Two) appeared first on CenturyLink EpiCenter Blog.

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The greatest ideas – the most impactful innovations – come from recognizing an opportunity and then trying new approaches. As I look forward to the Data Center World Global meeting to be held in Los Angeles, I think about what … Read more…→ The post Data Center World Global – Unleashing the Power of Colocation appeared first on CenturyLink EpiCenter Blog.

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UK Phone Book – Teleappending – Telephone number appending #teleapend, #data



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It’s free to check how many phone numbers can be matched against your marketing list and you are only charged when you download the result.

  1. To start the process, simply upload a CSV file and select whether the file contains residential or business data.
  2. Once you have uploaded your CSV, you will need to indicate the format of your CSV, i.e. which column is the name, which column is the address and which column is the postcode.
  3. You will now be able to view a free summary of your teleappending job, indicating how many records we have found with a telephone number and how many records are on the TPS register. You will also be informed how many credits it will cost and are under no obligation to download the results.
  4. If you wish to proceed, you need to click “Download result” which will decrement your credits and return your CSV with five new columns. The first column indicates whether any telephone number was found, the second provides a landline telephone number for the record (where possible), the third indicates the landline TPS status, the fourth provides a mobile telephone number for the record (where possible) and the fifth column indicates the mobile telephone number’s TPS status.
  5. The resulting teleappended CSV will then be saved into your previous jobs list and is available to re-download for 28 days.

Our competitively priced teleappending service has a fast yet powerful matching algorithm to find as many up-to-date phone numbers for your records as possible.

Prices start from as little as 2p per row on our biggest credit packages. Please call 0800 0 607080 for more information.

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Teleappend residential or business telephone numbers to a CSV dataset via the T2A API and improve your consumer and business marketing data.

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Data recovery services from – 99 by Kroll Ontrack #online #data


You may only get one chance for data recovery

I can not praise these guys enough

I can not praise these guys enough, we originally took our server to a local company who only got 16GB of 400GB of lost data back and that was only PDFs and JPEGs. Sent it to Kroll as a last ditch attempt and they got back every single file and folder in complete order and in less time than the other company. Customer service was excellent. If you ever have a problem of lost data just go to Kroll and don’t waste any time or money with other people. 100% satisfied, excellent company.

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I was impressed at the speed of your work and the results

Thanks to those at Kroll On Track, all of my Masters work has been recovered. Words can not express my gratitude! The data itself has been retrieved with all the correct titles, date created info etc. I was impressed at the speed of your work and the results. Also, the people I have communicated with have been very professional and there has been total clarity at each stage. I would definitely recommend your services.

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Kroll provided a great service

I was recommended Kroll Ontrack by Apple, my computer had water on it and was completely broken, I had to rescue what data I could. I was panicked. Kroll provided a great service. Mike was very patient with all my questions. And I got almost 100% of my data back. I’d definitely recommend Mike & Kroll.

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5 Big Data Use Cases To Watch #business #opportunities #in #big


5 Big Data Use Cases To Watch

Here’s how companies are turning big data into decision-making power on customers, security, and more.

10 Hadoop Hardware Leaders

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We hear a lot about big data’s ability to deliver usable insights — but what does this mean exactly?

It’s often unclear how enterprises are using big-data technologies beyond proof-of-concept projects. Some of this might be a byproduct of corporate secrecy. Many big-data pioneers don’t want to reveal how they’re implementing Hadoop and related technologies for fear that doing so might eliminate a competitive advantage, The Wall Street Journal reports .

Certainly the market for Hadoop and NoSQL software and services is growing rapidly. A September 2013 study by open-source research firm Wikibon, for instance, forecasts an annual big-data software growth rate of 45% through 2017.

[Digital business demands are bringing marketing and IT departments even closer. Read Digital Business Skills: Most Wanted List .]

According to Quentin Gallivan, CEO of big-data analytics provider Pentaho. the market is at a “tipping point” as big-data platforms move beyond the experimentation phase and begin doing real work. “It’s why you’re starting to see investments coming into the big-data space — because it’s becoming more impactful and real,” Gallivan told InformationWeek in a phone interview. “There are five use cases we see that are most popular.”

1. A 360 degree view of the customer
This use is most popular, according to Gallivan. Online retailers want to find out what shoppers are doing on their sites — what pages they visit, where they linger, how long they stay, and when they leave.

“That’s all unstructured clickstream data,” said Gallivan. “Pentaho takes that and blends it with transaction data, which is very structured data that sits in our customers’ ERP [business management] system that says what the customers actually bought.”

A third big-source, social media sentiment, also is tossed into the mix, providing the desired 360 degree view of the customer. “So when [retailers] make target offers directly to their customers, they not only know what the customer bought in the past, but also what the customer’s behavior pattern is as well as sentiment analysis from social media.”

2. Internet of Things
The second most popular use case involves IoT-connected devices managed by hardware, sensor, and information security companies. “These devices are

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NAID: NAIDnotes #data #aggregation #hipaa



Common misconceptions about HIPAA and data destruction

In my blog next Tuesday, I will continue my pricing thread about why secure destruction professionals aren t willing to do what s necessary to get out of the commodity rat race. But, today, I am going to mix it up by shedding light on a few Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) misconceptions in our industry. Probably the most common HIPAA misconception is that it requires the destruction of protected health information (PHI). It doesn t. Nowhere in any of the five HIPAA rules does it say a word about data destruction, particle size, or anything about how or where PHI has to be destroyed.

What it says is that covered entities are required to prevent unauthorized access to PHI. That s it. But even with such a vague directive, it was enough to get health care organizations to outsource their data destruction. Before that, they were simply throwing the records away or selling the paper to a recycler.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) gave some direction that they expected data to be destroyed when discarded. Their expectation regarding destruction came when they were asked for an example of what was meant by physical safeguards to prevent unauthorized access. The example they provided, completely separate from the law itself, was for instance, the destruction of discarded PHI.

Still destruction was not specifically required by the law. In fact, a few years ago, a consultant in the Midwest caused some trouble when he convinced health care organizations they did not have to shred at all. He took the position that recycling was enough because, if done with some control, it still prevented unauthorized access to PHI. He convinced hundreds of organizations they could save a lot of money using this loophole. Eventually, that trend died, although there are still some health care organizations relying on recycling instead of destruction for security.

Now, you might think the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) amendment to HIPAA added a destruction requirement. It did not. HITECH did, however, add the Health Data Breach Notification provisions, stating that if there was a security breach, the authorities, media, and patients must be notified. Further, it stated that improperly discarded paper and electronic equipment containing PHI would be considered a security breach. HHS later issued guidance that said encrypted or wiped hard drives and paper that was made practicably unreadable would not be considered a security breach when discarded.

In reality, there is no reason for concern over this technicality. Even though data destruction is not specifically required in writing by HIPAA, it is a requirement. Like every other data protection law on the books, HIPAA is based on the reasonableness principle. No one could ever say it was reasonable to discard information without destruction and still meet the requirement to prevent unauthorized access to PHI.

It is still important that destruction professionals know the distinction and talk about it correctly in the marketplace. To say HIPAA requires data destruction is not accurate. It is better to say HIPAA requires the prevention of unauthorized access to PHI, which, in turn, necessitates destruction.

It remains to be seen whether clearer requirements for destruction will emerge in the long overdue HITECH Final Rule. You can bet you ll hear from NAID as soon as it s published.

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Big Data Frameworks #big #data #frameworks


Big Data Frameworks

This course examines current and emerging Big Data frameworks with focus on Data Science applications. The course starts with an introduction to MapReduce-based systems and then focuses on Spark and the Berkeley Data Analytics (BDAS) architecture. The course covers traditional MapReduce processes, streaming operation, machine learning and SQL integration. The course consists of the lectures and the assignments.

The course has an IRCnet channel #tkt-bdf.

Assignments are given by Ella Peltonen, Eemil Lagerspetz, and Mohammad Hoque.

Completing the course

The course consists of the lectures and the course assignments. The assignments are based on the Spark Big Data framework and the Scala programming language.

Instead of the first week exercise session, we have a Spark coding tutorial on Friday 13.3. at 10-12. Please bring your laptop with you, if you have one. You can install the latest Spark version beforehand.

The Scala Spark Tutorial 13.03.2015 slides are available here:

The first exercise set is now out: link. Deadline is strictly 19.3. 2pm. returnings via Moodle. The first exercises will be discussed on Friday 20.3.

The second exercise set is available there. Deadline is 26.3. 2pm. please return your answers via Moodle. These exercises have been discussed on Friday 27.3. when there will also be a Q A for the exercise set three. Some hints included to the exercise set. Extended deadline 2.4. 2pm. Maximum number of points will be 5 if you use this opportunity. You can pick and do 5 that you are sure of, or do all 6 if you re not sure about one of them.

The third exercise set is now published. Deadline is 9.4. 2pm. please return via Moodle. These exercises will be discussed on Friday 10.4. after Easter. Because of the Easter break, we will not have an exercise on 3.4. Extended deadline 16.4. 2pm. Maximum number of points will be 5 if you use this opportunity. Please, return the entire solution set, also the exercises you are happy with from the first round.

On Friday 17.4. there is a Q A session instead of the exercise session. Prepare your questions beforehand.

The fourth (and last) exercise set is published. Deadline is 23.4. 2pm and returnings via Moodle as always. These exercises will be discussed on Friday 24.4. Nota that there will be no extension for this last exercise set.

Tentative lecture outline

7.4. Easter break

21.4. Two industry presentations (Nokia and F-Secure) on Big Data and Spark


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IBM big data platform – Bringing big data to the Enterprise


Big data at the speed of business

Is your architecture big data ready?

IBM solves this challenge with a zone architecture optimized for big data. The next generation architecture for big data and analytics delivers new business insights while significantly reducing storage and maintenance costs.

The information management big data and analytics capabilities include :

  • Data Management Warehouse: Gain industry-leading database performance across multiple workloads while lowering administration, storage, development and server costs; Realize extreme speed with capabilities optimized for analytics workloads such as deep analytics, and benefit from workload-optimized systems that can be up and running in hours.
  • Hadoop System: Bring the power of Apache Hadoop to the enterprise with application accelerators, analytics, visualization, development tools, performance and security features.
  • Stream Computing: Efficiently deliver real-time analytic processing on constantly changing data in motion and enable descriptive and predictive analytics to support real-time decisions. Capture and analyze all data, all the time, just in time. With stream computing, store less, analyze more and make better decisions faster.
  • Content Management: Enable comprehensive content lifecycle and document management with cost-effective control of existing and new types of content with scale, security and stability.
  • Information Integration Governance: Build confidence in big data with the ability to integrate, understand, manage and govern data appropriately across its lifecycle.

Gain a strategic advantage over your competition, with IBM’s platform for big data and analytics.

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Credit Data Reporting Services for Data Furnishers #credit #data #reporting, #consumer


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Winning with data reporting

For us, it s all about promoting a healthy credit eco-system for everyone.

Reporting consumer data to credit bureaus is essential for your customers to reach their financial goals and imperative for you to grow your business. By reporting credit data to Experian, you can:

  • Reduce risky lending decisions With access to more comprehensive credit data, lenders have a more accurate picture of a consumer s behavior and can make more informed and less risky decisions.
  • Minimize delinquencies and collections Other credit grantors may offer credit to your customer, not knowing that the customer already has an obligation to you. This may result in your customer getting over-extended and negatively impact their ability to pay you.
  • Increase on-time payments and collect bad debt When customers know that their lenders report, they are more likely to pay on time. You can also encourage late payers to resolve outstanding debts before delinquency affects their credit.
  • Improve your customers experiences and cross-sell By reporting positive data about your customers, you can reward good behavior and extend additional credit for other products and services.
  • Align with regulatory expectations and industry best practices While credit data reporting is voluntary, you can align with regulatory priorities and best practices to help and protect the consumer throughout their financial journey.

Reporting credit data to Experian is fast, simple and easy and we ll help you every step of the way. Call us: 1 800 831 5614, option 3

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Gartner Publishes Magic Quadrant for Managed Print Services, Worldwide 2013 #gartner,


By Allie Philpin

Gartner, Inc. has just released their latest update of their Magic Quadrant for Managed Print Services, Worldwide 2013 and the top 10 MPS providers worldwide remain the same, including last year’s new entry, Kyocera!

Gartner defines Managed Print Services (MPS) as a service provided to ‘optimise or manage a company’s document output to meet certain objectives’. Those objects could be cost efficiency, increase productivity, or to lessen the load on IT support. MPS is primarily implemented by corporate companies with over 500 users, although smaller enterprises are discovering the benefits of investing in an MPS solution, particularly those that have several locations worldwide. But for this report, Gartner limited it to providers that are single source across a minimum of two regions.

MPS covers a range of services including scanning, document capture, copy centres, telecommuters, workflow optimisation including restructuring of document workflows, document security, reducing print volumes and automating paper-intensive document processes, enterprise content management services and MFPs (multifunction products).

MPS is one of the fastest growing service markets with the top 10 providers of MPS services massing $8.9 billion in direct revenue, demonstrating a worldwide growth of 10%, with SMEs showing the quickest growth overall. Developing regions, such as Asia/Pacific which shows growth at 19%, are also taking up MPS exponentially. As trends continue towards mobility, cloud computing, handling of large amounts of data and analytics, as well as social media, organisations are required to adapt. As workers become more mobile yet demand better access to applications and the sharing of documents, there is a need for automating imaging and print services towards the paperless office.

Criteria for inclusion in the Magic Quadrant for Managed Print Services, Worldwide report is strict and only vendors that meet all the criteria are included. Their evaluation criteria are based on two areas: the Ability to Execute and Completeness of Vision. Ability to Execute examines the providers’ level of success in delivering results, both currently and in the future, and incorporates the quality and efficacy of their processes, methods, systems or procedures to enable competitive performance that is efficient, effective, and affects revenue in a positive way, retention and reputation.

Gartner identified 10 MPS providers that they considered to be market leaders in the field of Managed Print Services, Worldwide, as follows:

1. The largest MPS provider in 2012 was Xerox, and by quite a margin at $2.75 billion in revenue. Xerox work in partnership with Fuji Xerox to support the Asia/Pacific region; and their Enterprise Print Services (EPS) and Xerox Partner Print Services plans are the most popular.
2. Second largest in 2012 is Ricoh, bringing in $2.09 billion in revenue, utilising their wide range of A3 MFPs. In 2009, they launched their Managed Document Services and a single service plan that offers a range of options and variations that can be adapted to meet a customer’s requirements.
3. HP was the third largest in 2012 with revenue of $1.52 billion, but with more customers than other MPS providers. Again, their offering is single source but it is adaptable with additions that can be tailored to a company’s needs. HP also works with Canon and other partners to ensure that what they offer is what the customer requires.
4. Fourth largest was Lexmark who brought in revenue in 2012 of $958 million, and who specialise in organisations that carry out a large amount of process-driven printing, for example, the banking, retail and securities, insurance, healthcare, manufacturing and the public sector.
5. HP partners, Canon, are the fifth largest MPS provider and enjoyed revenue of $810 million in 2012. Canon’s MPS business is built upon their massive MFP sales and service organisations, and is based around their Managed Document Services (MDS) A3-centric product.
6. Sixth largest is Konica Minolta, totalling $391 in MPS revenue in 2012 worldwide and also registers one of the highest growth rates at 48%, principally in Western Europe and North America. Konica Minolta’s Optimised Print Services (OPS) offering has been particularly successful within Europe.
7. Toshiba came in seventh posting MPS revenue of $163 million. Their Toshiba Encompass incorporates MPS and they are also a big supplier of A3-style MFPs, which are often placed in MPS programs.
8. Pitney Bowes is the eighth largest MPS provider and registered MPS revenue of $154 million (according to Gartner’s estimate). Having sold off their UK and Ireland operations, their business is mainly concentrated in North America.
9. Ninth in the list is ARC Document Solutions, with revenue of $72 million. ARC, a large MPS provider, is not an equipment manufacturer and it isn’t closely linked with a single manufacturer.
10. Last in the top 10 of MPS providers is Kyocera. Having improved and up-scaled their MPS program – Managed Document Services (MDS) – recently, it first qualified for inclusion in the Magic Quadrant report last year and whilst their biggest market is North America, their MPS program is more widely known in Western Europe.

If you’re a medium to large organisation looking to evaluate and identify suitable MPS providers, then Gartner’s report is a good starting point; but remember, just because Managed Print Services is the buzzword (or buzzwords!) doesn’t mean that it is right for your organisation. So assess and evaluate based upon your specific needs as a business.

To read the full report, download here .


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Online-MSDS – Material Safety Data Sheets Management # #online #msds, #onlinemsds,



Have you been searching for a quality MSDS management provider? Look no further, you have found the original developers of computerized MSDS management systems. Additionally, we can now offer a complete suite of compliance management solutions.

Online-MSDS provides you with an easy set of solutions to manage your MSDSs.

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Services that can make your time more efficient and beneficial to your company.

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The above modules together form a cohesive system to enable your company to easily handle all of the demands placed on you by the regulatory agencies. We have been serving health and safety professionals such as yourself since 1985 and we continue to support you by updating our software as the industry and the regulations change. We are committed to providing our clients with a set of long term solutions to grow alongside with you in the future.

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Ethanol: Pros ?>



Positive Net Energy Balance – Corn-based ethanol has a positive net energy balance of 1.06btu per gallon for 1.00btu of energy used without ethanol by-product credits. With these credits, for things such as DDGS, corn-based ethanol has a positive net energy balance of 1.67btu per gallon for 1.00btu of energy used.

Biodegradable – As ethanol is made with organic materials it is highly biodegradable making spills far less worrysome than petroleum spills. When spilled, 74% of ethanol is broken down within 5 days.

Usable By-Products – The two chief by-products of corn-based ethanol are CO2 and DDGS, both of which are usable in other industries. The CO2 can be captured for use in the food and beverage industry. DDGS can be used for cattle feed or further crushed to extract corn oil, for food or biodiesel production uses.

Most Infrastructure In-place – There are few changes that would need to be made to widely adopt ethanol. Most automobiles available in the U.S. are Flex Fuel capable and there are roughly 2,000 stations already serving E85. While most of these stations are lumped in the Midwest, they are increasing nationwide.


Food vs. Fuel – 2.4 to 2.8 gallons of ethanol can be produced per bushel of corn. As a result, there has been massive media coverage over the use of food as fuel. While there are mountains of findings showing how the use of corn has increased food costs and equal amounts showing it does not, in the end food crops are being used as fuel, making corn-based ethanol inferior to cellulosic ethanol in this regard.

Reduced MPG – Based on 2009 flex fuel vehicles, E85 miles per gallon is expected to be roughly 28.5% lower in the city and 26.5% lower on the highway. This means it takes 1.35 to 1.40 gallons of E85 to equal the mileage of 1.00 gallons of gasoline.

Fuel Transportation – Ethanol absorbs water and is corrosive. which make it difficult to ship through existing pipelines from the Midwest of the U.S. where most production occurs. Remedies include shipping or building dedicated ethanol pipelines, however the most likely scenario seems to involve rail or road transport. The best scenario would be local ethanol plants, with the easiest way to accomplish this through continued development of cellulosic ethanol, where feedstocks are abundant everywhere as opposed to corn or sugar.

Water Absorbtion – Ethanol absorbs water, which can contaminate it as a fuel and makes it more difficult to ship through pipelines. As a result, ethanol has a shorter shelf and tank life than gasoline.

Fueling Locations – There are roughly 2,000 E85 fueling stations in the U.S. with the majority in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin. A U.S. E85 fueling station map and locator can be found here.


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Free Computer, Programming, Mathematics, Technical Books, Lecture Notes and Tutorials #machine


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Computational and Inferential: The Foundations of Data Science

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Step by step, you’ll learn how to leverage algorithmic thinking and the power of code, gain intuition about the power and limitations of current machine learning methods, and effectively apply them to real business problems.

Artificial Neural Networks – Models and Applications

This is a current book on Artificial Neural Networks and Applications, bringing recent advances in the area to the reader interested in this always-evolving machine learning technique. It contains chapters on basic concepts of artificial neural networks.

Applied Artificial Neural Networks (Christian Dawson)

This book focuses on the application of neural networks to a diverse range of fields and problems. It collates contributions concerning neural network applications in areas such as engineering, hydrology and medicine.

This book provides proven steps and strategies on learning what Linux is and how to use it. It contains information on the Linux Operating System, especially for beginners.

Optimization Algorithms- Methods and Applications

This book covers state-of-the-art optimization methods and their applications in wide range especially for researchers and practitioners who wish to improve their knowledge in this field.

Global Optimization Algorithms – Theory and Application. 2nd Ed.

This book is devoted to global optimization algorithms, which are methods to find optimal solutions for given problems. It especially focuses on Evolutionary Computation by discussing evolutionary algorithms, genetic algorithms, Genetic Programming, etc.

Artificial Neural Networks – Architectures and Applications

This book covers architectures, design, optimization, and analysis of artificial neural networks as well as applications of artificial neural networks in a wide range of areas including biomedical, industrial, physics, and financial applications.

With this example-driven ebook, you’ll learn how improved metaprogramming techniques in C++11 and C++14 can help you avoid a lot of mistakes and tedious work by making the compiler work for you.

Cloud Computing – Architecture and Applications (Jaydip Sena)

This book presents some critical applications in cloud frameworks along with some innovation design of algorithms and architecture for deployment in cloud environment. It establishes concrete, academic coverage with a focus on structure and solutions.


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Hybrid Business Intelligence with Power BI #sql #server, #powerbi, #hybrid #business


Hybrid Business Intelligence with Power BI

This week in the social media chatter, I noticed tweets regarding a new Microsoft white paper by Joseph D Antoni and Stacia Misner published to TechNet on Hybrid Business Intelligence with Power BI. This white paper is a fantastic technical overview and a must-read for groups looking at Power BI, wondering how to best implement it with existing on-premises business intelligence BI, or Azure Infrastracture as a Service (IaaS) hosted BI. Covered topics include:

  • hybrid BI technical architecture options
  • data management gateway
  • best practices for:
    • integrating security
    • identity management
    • networking
    • Office 365

Aside from small businesses that may only have cloud hosted solutions, many businesses currently have a combination of cloud and on-premises data sources. Just think about how many groups use, Google Analytics, Constant Contact, and other departmental cloud applications. Typically, I see those groups leveraging APIs or connectors to bring cloud data back on site into a local data warehouse for creating reports. We are taking those same concepts quite a bit further with Microsoft Azure and Power BI.

Ideally, we are no longer moving all of the data in our big data world. Concepts like data virtualization, for example, are becoming more popular. Most likely, we are now tasked to deliver a transparent Microsoft BI experience across Office 365 and existing on-premises SharePoint portals or data sources.

Understanding how to architect hybrid-BI scenarios is becoming a more important skill to master in our profession. However, prior to this new white paper, finding the answers and best practices for it was fairly challenging.

Security in a Hybrid World

Upon a brief skim through this new technical whitepaper, I noticed a lot of content around networking and identity management. Historically, identity management and security in Microsoft BI has not been easy to master. In a hybrid BI world, these topics appear to be comparable or even a bit more complex.

Let s face it, getting through a SharePoint 2013 BI farm installation and configuration can be a daunting process for even the top talent in the world. I usually advise to folks considering a new SharePoint 2013 BI farm installation to first read Kay Unkroth s incredible white paper to understand SharePoint security, Microsoft BI security, and Kerberos delegation concepts.

Managing user security in Office 365 looks comparable to on-premises SharePoint security. There are options to federate Active Directory (AD) to Office 365 and use Single Sign On (SSO). There are additional alternatives for multi-factor authentication in scenarios where you require additional layers of security.

In hybrid BI scenarios where you have Analysis Services or Reporting Services hosted on Microsoft Azure VMs, you might also need to configure Azure AD, AD Federation Services (ADFS), and the Azure Active Directory Sync tool to synchronize passwords, users, and groups between on-premises AD and Azure AD supporting the Office 365 installation. The new Hybrid Business Intelligence with Power BI white paper goes into detail on those concepts and includes links to a plethora of excellent resources.

Data Management Gateway for Power BI

At the moment, Data Management Gateway appears to be the key to hybrid BI with Office 365 Power BI. The Data Management Gateway is a client agent application that is installed on an on-premises server and copies data from internal data sources to the Power BI cloud data source format.

Office 365 Power BI data sources are a bit of a cloud data island per se, but over time it should continue to evolve. Present Power BI Data Refresh capabilities, basically Excel workbooks deployed to a Power BI site, can have a single data refresh schedule from the following supported data sources:

  • On-premises SQL Server (2005 and later)
  • On-premises Oracle (10g and later)
  • Azure SQL Database
  • OData feed
  • Azure VM running SQL Server

Now, if you have a VPN connection and Azure virtual network, it opens up many more potential data sources for Power BI. In that case, accessing data sources with Power BI data connections and scheduled refresh is similar to on-premises Power Pivot except it sure looks like you still need Data Management Gateway to get that data into Power BI-land. The white paper section labeled Power BI Data Refresh goes into deep detail on supported data sources, data refresh schedules, and various data location scenarios.

Sending Feedback to Microsoft

We are just beginning to see Microsoft BI and Power BI in a cloud and hybrid world. Groups that are using Power BI and hybrid BI today are early adopters. We would all benefit from hearing about their tips, tricks, and lessons learned. I see a lot of continual changes in Azure and total confusion out here especially around Azure cloud BI and Power BI with on-premises data sources.

If you have Microsoft technical content requests, you can send feedback to the teams that develop these resources to get new topics on their radar. Don t assume someone else has already expressed a need. If no one asks or complains, the folks in Redmond may be completely unaware of that need. It really is that simple.


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EHDF: Web Hosting, Data Centres, Dedicated Servers – Dubai, UAE #data


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Established in 2001, eHosting DataFort (eHDF) is amongst the 1st providers of Managed Hosting and Cloud Infrastructure Services in the Gulf region. We own and operate multiple T3 Data Centres, delivering Managed and Web Hosting Services, through reliable infrastructure, 24/7 support and guaranteed uptime. We are the only services provider in the Middle East to offer credit based Service Level Agreements.
eHDF was the pioneer in the region to introduce hosted Managed Private Cloud solutions and an online portal for Public Cloud services. We are certified to ISO 9001 / 20000 / 22301 / 27001. Very recently, eHDF obtained Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) STAR Certification, becoming the 1st company in the region to achieve this. We are also certified to PCI-DSS.

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Geographic Information Systems certificate #business, #crime, #forensic, #legal, #it, #computer #enginnering,


Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

GIS is a computer-based methodology for collecting, analyzing, modeling and presenting geographic data for a wide range of applications. The proliferation of desktop hardware and software has made these systems an important tool in our day-to-day lives. GIS data and the people trained in these methodologies and applications are becoming integral components in nearly every type of business and government service. The GIS professional must be competent in integrating geography, data and systems to solve a wide range of problems for business, healthcare, insurance, law enforcement and other industries.

An important component of this program is the project which is introduced in the first course and carried through the entire program. Certificate graduates will have a completed project portfolio to demonstrate GIS skills.

The Certificate in Geographic Information Systems provides two convenient options for completing the certificate: in-classroom or online. Each of the programs consist of four courses totaling 84 hours of lecture and are project based. The certificate graduate will receive 8.4 Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

Due to state and federal regulations, non-California residents may only enroll in CSUF online courses when their state has authorized CSUF as a provider. Click here for more information.

English Proficiency Requirement

It is recommended that participants who reside outside of United States and whose first language is not English must possess English language proficiency equivalent to a minimum TOEFL score of 550 (paper), 80 (iBT) or IELTS score of 6.5.

It is the participant’s responsibility to demonstrate English language proficiency necessary to fully participate in the class lectures and discussions.

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At the conclusion of the certificate program, graduates will be able to:
– Provide a general definition and understanding of the key concepts and topics of GIS including a brief history of the industry;
– Understand the major components of a Geographic Information System including hardware, software and data;
– Identify the role and functions of the GIS Specialist in both the public and private sectors;
– Understand GIS database principles and build a GIS database, data type and data sources;
– Understand the fundamentals of ArcGIS and its related applications; and
– Complete a capstone project integrating the student’s GIS knowledge and skills accumulated over the course of the certificate program.

– Recent Baccalaureate graduates across many disciplines
– Employees of organizations either utilizing or planning to utilize GIS
– Career changers – IT Professionals
– Retirees – second career

It is recommended that participants who reside outside of United States and whose first language is not English possess English language proficiency equivalent to:
A minimum TOEFL score of 550 (paper) or 80 (iBT) or a minimum IELTS score of 6.5
There is no need to send the test score to the University. It the participant’s responsibility to demonstrate English language proficiency necessary to fully participate in the class lectures and discussions.

Jaime M Alas Programmer/Analyst GIS, Information Technology Services, Downey Regional Medical Center John C Carroll Chair, Department of Geography, College of Humanities, California State University, Fullerton Julie Cooper Crime Analyst, Irvine Police Department Lauren Henderson Program Developer University Extended Education California State University, Fullerton David Holt Strategic Planner Health Care Systems, VA Loma Linda Health Care System Paul Horvath Director, Information Technology TC3 Health Josephine M Jenneskens GIS Analyst, City of Carson Kari A Knutson Miller Dean, University Extended Education and AVP, International Programs Global Engagement University Extended Education, California State University, Fullerton Lew Nelson Manager, Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice Industries, ESRI Yong-Tae Park Professor, Department of Information Sciences and Decision Sciences, Cal State Fullerton Kurt Smith Community Analysis and Technology, Director, Redlands Police Department Karen K Underhill GIS/Database Supervisor, Orange County Water District Seth Waife Representative, Health Care Industries, ESRI

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Big Data: Web Of Technocracy Is Rapidly Subverting Governments #big #data


Big Data: Web Of Technocracy Is Rapidly Subverting Governments

Excellent investigative journalism produces some very disturbing links between big data, Eric Schmidt, Robert Mercer and Steve Bannon. There is a thread of Technocracy running through the entire affair, even if it is not fully understood yet. While governments agencies are limited by federal law, privately-owned, offshore corporations are not.

Note: Technocracy.News is not partisan in its pursuit of Technocracy or Technocrats, wherever it may lead. In this case, everything associated with Big Data smacks of Technocracy! ⁃ TN Editor

“The connectivity that is the heart of globalisation can be exploited by states with hostile intent to further their aims.[…] The risks at stake are profound and represent a fundamental threat to our sovereignty.”
Alex Younger, head of MI6, December, 2016

“It’s not MI6’s job to warn of internal threats. It was a very strange speech. Was it one branch of the intelligence services sending a shot across the bows of another? Or was it pointed at Theresa May’s government? Does she know something she’s not telling us?”
Senior intelligence analyst, April 2017

In June 2013, a young American postgraduate called Sophie was passing through London when she called up the boss of a firm where she’d previously interned. The company, SCL Elections, went on to be bought by Robert Mercer, a secretive hedge fund billionaire, renamed Cambridge Analytica, and achieved a certain notoriety as the data analytics firm that played a role in both Trump and Brexit campaigns. But all of this was still to come. London in 2013 was still basking in the afterglow of the Olympics. Britain had not yet Brexited. The world had not yet turned.

“That was before we became this dark, dystopian data company that gave the world Trump,” a former Cambridge Analytica employee who I’ll call Paul tells me. “It was back when we were still just a psychological warfare firm.”

Was that really what you called it, I ask him. Psychological warfare? “Totally. That’s what it is. Psyops. Psychological operations – the same methods the military use to effect mass sentiment change. It’s what they mean by winning ‘hearts and minds’. We were just doing it to win elections in the kind of developing countries that don’t have many rules.”

Why would anyone want to intern with a psychological warfare firm, I ask him. And he looks at me like I am mad. “It was like working for MI6. Only it’s MI6 for hire. It was very posh, very English, run by an old Etonian and you got to do some really cool things. Fly all over the world. You were working with the president of Kenya or Ghana or wherever. It’s not like election campaigns in the west. You got to do all sorts of crazy shit.”

On that day in June 2013, Sophie met up with SCL’s chief executive, Alexander Nix, and gave him the germ of an idea. “She said, ‘You really need to get into data.’ She really drummed it home to Alexander. And she suggested he meet this firm that belonged to someone she knew about through her father.”

Who’s her father?

Eric Schmidt – the chairman of Google?

“Yes. And she suggested Alexander should meet this company called Palantir.”

I had been speaking to former employees of Cambridge Analytica for months and heard dozens of hair-raising stories, but it was still a gobsmacking moment. To anyone concerned about surveillance, Palantir is practically now a trigger word. The data-mining firm has contracts with governments all over the world – including GCHQ and the NSA. It’s owned by Peter Thiel, the billionaire co-founder of eBay and PayPal, who became Silicon Valley’s first vocal supporter of Trump.

In some ways, Eric Schmidt’s daughter showing up to make an introduction to Palantir is just another weird detail in the weirdest story I have ever researched.

A weird but telling detail. Because it goes to the heart of why the story of Cambridge Analytica is one of the most profoundly unsettling of our time. Sophie Schmidt now works for another Silicon Valley megafirm: Uber. And what’s clear is that the power and dominance of the Silicon Valley – Google and Facebook and a small handful of others – are at the centre of the global tectonic shift we are currently witnessing.

It also reveals a critical and gaping hole in the political debate in Britain. Because what is happening in America and what is happening in Britain are entwined. Brexit and Trump are entwined. The Trump administration’s links to Russia and Britain are entwined. And Cambridge Analytica is one point of focus through which we can see all these relationships in play; it also reveals the elephant in the room as we hurtle into a general election: Britain tying its future to an America that is being remade in a radical and alarming way by Trump.

There are three strands to this story. How the foundations of an authoritarian surveillance state are being laid in the US. How British democracy was subverted through a covert, far-reaching plan of coordination enabled by a US billionaire. And how we are in the midst of a massive land grab for power by billionaires via our data. Data which is being silently amassed, harvested and stored. Whoever owns this data owns the future.

My entry point into this story began, as so many things do, with a late-night Google. Last December, I took an unsettling tumble into a wormhole of Google autocomplete suggestions that ended with “did the holocaust happen”. And an entire page of results that claimed it didn’t.

Google’s algorithm had been gamed by extremist sites and it was Jonathan Albright. a professor of communications at Elon University, North Carolina, who helped me get to grips with what I was seeing. He was the first person to map and uncover an entire “alt-right” news and information ecosystem and he was the one who first introduced me to Cambridge Analytica.

He called the company a central point in the right’s “propaganda machine”, a line I quoted in reference to its work for the Trump election campaign and the referendum Leave campaign. That led to the second article featuring Cambridge Analytica – as a central node in the alternative news and information network that I believed Robert Mercer and Steve Bannon, the key Trump aide who is now his chief strategist, were creating. I found evidence suggesting they were on a strategic mission to smash the mainstream media and replace it with one comprising alternative facts, fake history and rightwing propaganda.

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Big Data

Shorten time to value

As the pace of business speeds up and the velocity of data from the Internet of Things increases, organizations are finding it increasingly difficult to capture and process big data in real time without either expensive, manual processes or the integration of fragmented point solutions.

Both introduce complexities for IT and corresponding delays delivering data to the business. Organizations need to shorten the time to value for enterprise cloud-ready data lakes so they can:

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Informatica’s library of hundreds of prebuilt connectors and simplified stream processing on top of open-source and proprietary streaming engines let you integrate nearly any data anywhere. Support for Tableau Data Extracts and a hub-based publish/subscribe architecture also let you repeatably deliver more data faster to more data targets.

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Informatica’s self-service data preparation enables faster business access to more trusted insights so the right people get the right data at the right time. It includes:

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Informatica’s risk-centric approach to protecting big data automatically classifies sensitive data and proactively detects threats of unauthorized data access or proliferation. Based upon assessments, data can be non-intrusively protected for secure access to contextual information.

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Welcome to EnMAP

The Environmental Mapping and Analysis Program (EnMAP) is a German hyperspectral satellite mission that aims at monitoring and characterising the Earth’s environment on a global scale. EnMAP serves to measure and model key dynamic processes of the Earth’s ecosystems by extracting geochemical, biochemical and biophysical parameters, which provide information on the status and evolution of various terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. More information about the main objectives and the status of the EnMAP mission can be found here .

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The next EnMAP Workshop titled “Recent Advances in the Scientific Preparation of the EnMAP Mission” will be held from September 6 to 8 at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich, Germany. The workshop includes scientific presentations of PhD students funded within the “EnMAP Data Exploitation and Application Development Program”, hands-on exercises and guided tours.
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The EnMAP Ground Segment has finished its Delta Critical Design Review (CDR) successfully on July 01, 2016. In this Delta CDR, design changes caused by advancements in multi mission facilities at GSOC and DFD used by EnMAP, evolution of the used software, the availability of improved algorithms (e.g. an improved atmospheric correction), and the enhancement of the design to meet new requirements like the INSPIRE conformity and sun-glint avoidance were reviewed. Also further technical developments in the Space Segment could be taken into account. In the Review Board, experts from ESA, OHB, GFZ, other satellite projects at DLR and DLR Space Administration were involved. Thus, the EnMAP Ground Segment now finally starts with phase D of the project, where the proposed design will be implemented and afterwards verified and validated.

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After the first release of the EnMAP Science Plan in 2012, an updated version is available now after a thorough revision of the document. The scope of the Science Plan is to provide an overview of the EnMAP mission including a description of system and data products, potential contributions to major fields of application, and scientific pre-launch activities. The document primarily addresses scientists and funding institutions, but may also be of interest for environmental stakeholders and governmental bodies. It is conceived to be a living document that will be updated throughout the entire mission.



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Data Recovery Demo and File Recovery trial software download #data #recovery


Download R-Studio

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  • To start the installation immediately, click Open or Run this program from its current location.
  • To copy the setup file to your computer for installation at a later time, click Save or Save this program to disk.

Please never install any application, save image file, write any information or recover deleted files on the same logical disk where the deleted files are located. If you have one HD and one logical partition only, please visit FAQ section section to find our technical staff recommendations.

For Local and Network Recovery


File Name. RStudio8.exe

Download Size. 44.13 MB

Date Released. Jun 22 2017

R-STUDIO run in the demo mode allows you to evaluate how the utility recovers lost files. The only limitation is you can not recover files larger than 256KB in the demo mode.
All R-Studio versions (except the technician version*) are registered on on-the-fly and no reinstallation required. Depending on the registration key the software is activated to local or network version. When R-Studio run in the demo mode has found a lost file larger than 256KB you may simply double click the file to preview it. If you are satisfied with the file content you may buy the R-Studio license, register the software and recover the file right away.
Besides compatibility with all 32-bit Windows R-Studio supports 64-bit Windows and allows to use all physical memory (RAM) installed on such computers that highly increases a scan performance especially on high-capacity disks.

* R-Studio Technician package setup files can be downloaded by the software licensee only.

R-Studio Emergency is run from a removable media when it is necessary to recover data on a computer, where operating system cannot start up because its system files are corrupted or deleted.
There are two R-Studio Emergency versions: R-Studio Emergency TUI (Text User Interface) and R-Studio Emergency GUI (Graphical User Interface). *
R-Studio Emergency Startup Media Creator is installed under Windows OS and creates R-Studio Emergency (TUI or GUI ) startup floppy disks set**, any removable startup media*** or ISO Image for the startup CD/DVD (available for direct download bellow).
R-Studio Emergency ISO Images are used to create R-Studio Emergency **** startup CD. To create the startup CD you should use any disk burning utility to burn a CD from the downloaded ISO Image. You may download R-Studio Emergency ISO images for PowerPC-based New World Macintosh (since 2001) and compatible UNIX computers/servers as well as for Intel-based Macintosh, Windows, Linux and UNIX computers/servers.

* Both versions have the same functionality but R-Studio Emergency GUI can not be run on a PC if its graphics card is not supported by the utility.
** The floppy disks set supports a limited number of storage/network devices and is not recommended if you may create a startup CD.
*** A startup USB media or ZIP drive can be created and used if a computer BIOS supports booting from them.
**** R-Studio Emergency is included in R-Studio package but its activation key is generated separately and requires a hardware code obtaining. The activation key can be requested through Registered User’s Console within one year from the date of purchase.

R-Studio Emergency GUI Startup Media Creator for Windows users File Name. RStudioEmg8.exe Download Size. 54.05 MB Date Released. Mar 30 2017 Version. 8.2 build 605

R-Studio Emergency GUI ISO Image for Mac, UNIX, Linux and Win users (Intel based) File Name. RStudioEmg8.iso Download Size. 85.3 MB Date Released. Mar 30 2017 Version. 8.2 build 605

R-Studio Emergency TUI Startup Media Creator for Windows users File Name. RStudioEmgTUI8.exe Download Size. 23.92 MB Date Released. Mar 30 2017 Version. 8.2 build 605

R-Studio Emergency TUI ISO Image for Mac, UNIX, Linux and Win users (Intel based) File Name. RStudioEmgTUI8.iso Download Size. 25.68 MB Date Released. Mar 30 2017 Version. 8.2 build 605

R-Studio Agent is installed on computers where files are to be recovered over network. It may be remotely installed on a computer runs WinNT/2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008/Windows 7 from a computer also running WinNT/2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008/Windows 7. In this case, the administrator must have administrative privileges on the remote computer.
R-Studio Agent supports the TCP/IP protocol and any protocol supported in Microsoft Network.
R-Studio Agent Portable is the R-Studio Agent executable file that can be run on a Windows computer from any USB device. No installation is required.

R-Studio Agent File Name. RStudioAgentEn8.exe Download Size. 1.68 MB Date Released. Apr 25 2017 Version. 8.3 build 1150

R-Studio Agent Portable File Name. RStudioAgentPortableEn8.exe Download Size. 2.99 MB Date Released. Apr 25 2017 Version. 8.3 build 1150

R-Studio Agent Emergency is run from a floppy disk or a compact disk when it is necessary to recover data on a remote computer, on which operating system cannot start up because its system files are corrupted or deleted. R-Studio Agent Emergency supports the TCP/IP protocol and automatic network configuration using DHCP.
R-Studio Agent Emergency Startup Media Creator is installed under Windows OS and creates R-Studio Agent Emergency startup media* or ISO Image for the startup CD (available for direct download bellow).
R-Studio Agent Emergency ISO Image is used to create R-Studio Agent Emergency startup CD/DVD. To create the startup CD you should use any disk burning utility to burn a CD from the downloaded ISO Image.
You may download R-Studio Agent Emergency ISO for PowerPC-based New World Macintosh (since 2001) and compatible UNIX computers/servers or for Intel-based Macintosh, Windows, Linux and UNIX computers/servers.

* The floppy disk supports a limited number of storage/network devices and is not recommended if you may create a startup CD. A startup USB media or ZIP drive can be also created and used if a computer BIOS supports booting from them.
** Five (5) R-Studio Agent/Agent Emergency registration keys are included in R-Studio Network package.

R-Studio Agent Emergency Startup Media Creator for Windows users File Name. RStudioAgentEmg8.exe Download Size. 10.91 MB Date Released. Nov 03 2016 Version. 8.1 build 1145

R-Studio Agent Emergency ISO Image for Mac, UNIX, Linux and Win users (Intel) File Name. RStudioAgentEmg8.iso Download Size. 10.46 MB Date Released. Nov 03 2016 Version. 8.1 build 1145

Please note! If the executable file name or/and extension are corrupted during download process but the file size is correct please simply rename the downloaded file to the correct name and launch the installation.


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2017: The Year That Data and Analytics Go Mainstream – Smarter


2017: The Year That Data and Analytics Go Mainstream

To support a ‘data and analytics everywhere’ world, IT professionals need to create a new end-to-end architecture built for agility, scale and experimentation. Today, disciplines are merging and approaches to data and analytics are becoming more holistic and encompassing the entire business.

Forward-thinking organizations are already on this path. The value created will leave less-prepared competitors trailing in their wake in everything from customer analytics to data monetization to operations planning and more.

Shifting the way organization uses data and analytics more toward driving business operations requires a new approach to data architectures

Ted Friedman, vice president and distinguished analyst at Gartner cites three key trends that will drive this profound change in the use of data and analytics:

  • Data and analytics will drive modern business operations, and not simply reflect their performance.
  • Organizations will take a holistic approach to data and analytics. Businesses will create end-to-end architectures that will allow for data management and analytics from the core to the edge of the organization.
  • Executives will make data and analytics part of the business strategy, which will allow data and analytics professionals to assume new roles and create business growth.

Shifting the way organization uses data and analytics more toward driving business operations requires a new approach to data architectures, which many organizations are already building. Last year Gartner research found that 45% of IT professionals had indicated that new data and analytics projects were in the “design” and “select” phases.

However, existing data architectures are in most cases not ready for the future of data and analytics. Digital business requires architectures that are purpose-built and flexible to adapt to an organization that expands its data and experiments with it. The rapid scalability of cloud computing infrastructure can make this possible. It’s no longer a question of “if” for using cloud for data and analytics, it’s “how.”

Key Recommendations

Gartner recommends data and analytics leaders work proactively to spread analytics throughout their organisation, to get the largest possible benefit from enabling data to drive business actions. This means that analytic capabilities need to be embedded widely: at the points where user interactions and processes are taking place.

Data and analytics professionals also need to embrace the new roles created by this increased demand, and develop both technical and professional skills that support the end-to-end architecture vision. They can act as vanguards, expanding proven skills and techniques into new business units and areas in the organization.

As data and analytics become more widely adopted than ever before, the potential for business growth is truly exponential rather than just cumulative. Those who fail to act today will suffer not just in 2017, but also hugely limit their potential for growth in 2018 and beyond, as the returns from increased insight, responsiveness and efficiency snowball.

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Enterprise Cloud Data Warehouse

BigQuery is Google’s fully managed, petabyte scale, low cost enterprise data warehouse for analytics. BigQuery is serverless. There is no infrastructure to manage and you don’t need a database administrator, so you can focus on analyzing data to find meaningful insights using familiar SQL. BigQuery is a powerful Big Data analytics platform used by all types of organizations, from startups to Fortune 500 companies.

Speed Scale

BigQuery can scan TB in seconds and PB in minutes. Load your data from Google Cloud Storage or Google Cloud Datastore, or stream it into BigQuery to enable real-time analysis of your data. With BigQuery you can easily scale your database from GBs to PBs.

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BigQuery separates the concepts of storage and compute, allowing you to scale and pay for each independently. It also gives you flexible pricing options to better suit your needs. You can either choose a pay-as-you-go model or a flat-rate monthly price for those who need cost predictability.

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BigQuery automatically encrypts and replicates your data to ensure security, availability and durability. You can further protect your data with strong role-based ACLs that you configure and control using our Google Cloud Identity Access Management system.

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Google Cloud Platform partners and 3rd party developers have developed multiple integrations with BigQuery so you can easily load, process, and make interactive visualizations of your data. Our partners include Looker, Tableau, Qlik, Talend, Google Analytics, SnapLogic and more. The BigQuery Data Transfer Service automates data movement from partner SaaS applications to Google BigQuery.

BigQuery Features

A fast, economical and fully managed data warehouse for large-scale data analytics.

Flexible Data Ingestion Load your data from Google Cloud Storage or Google Cloud Datastore, or stream it into BigQuery at 100,000 rows per second to enable real-time analysis of your data. Global Availability You have the option to store your BigQuery data in European locations while continuing to benefit from a fully managed service, now with the option of geographic data control, without low-level cluster maintenance headaches. Security Permissions You have full control over who has access to the data stored in Google BigQuery. Shared datasets will not impact your cost or performance (those you share with pay for their own queries). Cost Controls BigQuery provides cost control mechanisms that enable you to cap your daily costs to an amount that you choose. For more information, see Cost Controls. Highly Available Transparent data replication in multiple geographies means your data is available and durable even in the case of extreme failure modes. Fully Integrated In addition to SQL queries, you can easily read and write data in BigQuery via Cloud Dataflow, Spark, and Hadoop. Connect with Google Products You can automatically export your data from Google Analytics Premium into BigQuery, visualize it using Google Data Studio and analyze datasets stored in Google Cloud Storage. Automatic Data Transfer Service The BigQuery Data Transfer Service automatically transfers data from partner SaaS applications to Google BigQuery on scheduled, managed basis.

Spotify chose Google in part because its services for analyzing large amounts of data. tools like BigQuery, are more advanced than data services from other cloud providers.

– Nicholas Harteau, VP of Infrastructure, Spotify

BigQuery Pricing

BigQuery charges for data storage, streaming inserts, and for querying data, but loading and exporting data are free of charge. For detailed pricing information, please view the pricing guide .


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Three steps to a successful data center migration plan #data #center


Three steps to a successful data center migration plan

Getting pushback from customers to do it faster and cheaper without increasing downtime? Walk them through the data center applications and ask them how long they think the migration should take and what the consequences of downtime really are. Can they afford the risk of faster and cheaper?

Step 2: Prove that your detailed plan supports service-level agreements (SLAs).

A successful data center migration plan is based upon a solid migration plan that factors in overall program management, IT infrastructure, facilities planning and coordination, application migration and lots of contingency planning.

Successful migrations always have a highly orchestrated plan executed by people who have data center migration experience. That’s the easy part.

The hard part is proving that the application won’t break during the migration. Breaking an application means experiencing degraded performance or downtime outside of acceptable SLA limits. Creating a contingency plan for the application migration is essential to winning the confidence of the business so that the migration can take place. The more comfortable application owners are with the plan (and recovery), the more cooperative they will be. Their participation is critical from both a technical and functional perspective. You will need their help in the following areas:

  • Understanding the application architecture and dependencies
  • Validating the applications maps and inventories
  • Testing the application once it’s been moved
  • Understanding planned application releases and upgrades
  • Listing restrictions for peak seasonal activity, if any
  • Identifying customer SLAs that must be met
  • Quantifying the business impact of downtime

Proving that your plan mitigates application downtime risk to the business is critical to the success of your data center migration plan.

Step 3: Test and report on success and failure.

Testing and reporting are critical components of a data center migration plan but are often understaffed and poorly funded — at least until something breaks. Solid testing and reporting offer the best insurance against production breakage. You just have to do it.

The best planning in the world does not remedy poor execution. Excellent execution does not remove the need for testing. And testing twice is better than testing once.

Organizations that regularly migrate applications rely on solid staging, testing and reporting mechanisms to ensure they minimize application disruption (downtime). They know the ultimate success measures of a data center migration are staying within budget, staying on time and minimizing disruption. It’s important to report testing results with application owners and highlight any problems you find so that you can jointly resolve them prior to the actual migration.

Following these three guidelines doesn’t guarantee that the data center migration will be easy, but it will bring the seemingly impossible plan into the realm of the successful.

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SafeCrypt – Simply Secure – Cloud Encryption Gateway #cloud #data #encryption


What is SafeCrypt

Encrypting your Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive and other cloud storage accounts is easy with SafeCrypt. With a simple installation and setup wizard you can create as many encrypted virtual drives as your system will allow. Create one SafeCrypt drive for Dropbox, one for Bitcasa, one for your NAS. SafeCrypt is flexible and expandable.

Advanced Security Features

SafeCrypt offers advanced security features such as encrypted file names, optional 2 factor authentication, brute force attack defense and zero knowledge software design. In addition, SafeCrypt utilizes a FIPS 140-2 validated AES encryption routine to encrypt all data. SafeCrypt’s mission is to ensure that your data remains only yours.

Encryption Made Easy

SafeCrypt creates a simple cloud encryption gateway which allows you to fully encrypt your files in the cloud by simply saving and reading from a virtual drive letter on your operating system. With no volumes or encrypted containers to create, you can add a layer of FIPS 140-2 validated encryption to any program including Office, Autocad, Quickbooks, Photoshop or Illustrator.

Zero Knowledge Solution

SafeCrypt’s is a zero knowledge cloud storage encryption solution. Simply put, neither SafeCrypt, or your cloud storage provider will have any access to your data. If your cloud storage account is hacked at root level or the government decides they want to take a peek, the only thing they will see is fully AES encrypted data with no access to the encryption keys.

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Tutorial: Recover RAID Data with RAID Recovery Software #raid #data #recovery,


RAID Data Recovery Tutorial

Handy tutorial for how to recover data from RAID with EaseUS RAID recovery software from RAID0, RAID1, RAID5 and RAID10 effectively. Windows 10/8/7/XP/Vista and Windows 2000/2003/2008 are all supported.

RAID provides high performance to computer users, especially server users. But sometimes, it can also bring you much trouble. For example, when you suffering data loss on RAID disk or drive caused by system crash, virus attack or power failure/surge, things will become terrible! Because RAID data recovery is not an easy job. But don’t worry! If you luckily read this article, you can learn how to recover data from RAID easily here.

General knowledge about RAID

Before starting to introduce RAID data recovery tutorial, let’s learn some basic knowledge about RAID first. RAID is an acronym for Redundant Array of Independent Disks. It offers fault tolerance (the ability of a system to continue to perform functions even when one or more hard disk drives have failed) and higher protection against data loss than a single hard drive. Another advantage of RAID is that multiple disks working together increase overall system performance.

Different levels of RAID

RAID 0 – Striped Disk Array without Fault Tolerance: Provides data striping (spreading out blocks of each file across multiple disk drives) but no redundancy. This improves performance but does not deliver fault tolerance. If one drive fails then all data in the array is lost.

RAID 1 – Mirroring Volume: Provides disk mirroring. Level 1 provides twice the read transaction rate of single disks and the same write transaction rate as single disks.

RAID 5 – Block Interleaved Distributed Parity: Provides data striping at the byte level and also stripe error correction information. This results in excellent performance and good fault tolerance. Level 5 is one of the most popular implementations of RAID.

RAID 10 (or RAID 0+1) – A Mirror of Stripes: Not one of the original RAID levels, two RAID 0 stripes are created, and a RAID 1 mirror is created over them. Used for both replicating and sharing data among disks.

How to do RAID data recovery with RAID recovery software

To recover data from raid drive, a professional RAID recovery software is greatly helpful! EaseUS recovery software. the best data recovery software. provides you the most complete RAID data recovery solution under Windows. With it, you can get back your data from RAID0, RAID1, RAID5, RAID10, etc. Now you can learn the detailed tutorial.

Step 1. Launch EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard. Select the disk storage location where you lost data and click “Scan”.

Step 2. EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard will start a quick scan first. After the quick scan completes, a deep scan will automatically launch in order to find more files.

Step 3. After scan, choose the file(s) you want to recover by file types from the scanning results. Click “Recover” button to recover the selected files. You’d better choose a different location instead of the original hard drive to avoid data overwriting.

Performing RAID data recovery at random can result in terrible results, so please use the reliable EaseUS RAID recovery software and follow the above guide to manage the task safely. And here I list some commonly used RAID levels and introduce their advantages respectively. Hope it is helpful for you to choose the one works best for you by assessing your needs.

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Quality Data Management #data #quality #improvement


Quality Data Management, Inc. (QDM) is a leader in delivering quality and process improvement systems to the healthcare industry. Through cost-efficient data collection, integration, computation, and presentation technology, QDM provides a balanced set of measures to improve healthcare outcomes.

QDM’s Integrated Value Compass (IVC) integrates and presents data on cost, clinical outcomes, biological outcomes, patient satisfaction, team and physician satisfaction, patient health status, and safety. The Integrated Value Compass presents critical data about your hospital in an easily accessible, highly visual, and user-friendly way to support the entire healthcare team’s quality improvement work.

Client-specific results are continuously updated and displayed online, giving managers immediate access to all data sets through histograms, control charts, Boolean searches, drill downs, patient verbatims, and comparative benchmarking analyses.

QDM is dedicated to providing system solutions that enable customers to deliver the highest quality of care at the lowest possible price.

Value Compass Thinking:
The Basis of What QDM Does

QDM’s products and technology are built to support Value Compass� thinking. The Value Compass approach recognizes that effectively managing and ensuring quality and value on a variety of dimensions requires multiple integrated measures.

The concept of Value Compass thinking was developed more than a decade ago and has been enhanced through use in healthcare settings across the United States.
Click here for a list of background information.

To read more about QDM’s approach to performance improvement, download the “Microsystems in Healthcare” series from the publications link on this site.


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Qualitative Data Analysis – Software – Tools #qualitative #data #analysis #tools


Qualitative Data Analysis Software

What is Qualitative Data Analysis Software?

Computer Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software, CAQDAS i.e. the application of qualitative data analysis software has become very common among qualitative researchers nowadays.

The first attempts at creating something resembling what we know today as qualitative data analysis software were made in the 60s, but it was not until the 80s and early 90s when they began to be widely recognized in the field of qualitative analysis .

Today the use of software to assist qualitative analysts is decidely a must, and although there is a considerable range of programs to choose from, not many of them provide the professional researcher with a full complement of all the research tools required for the complex tasks involved in the data analysis of qualitative material. While each one of the multitude includes specific research tools for the handling and storage of different qualitative data, some of them can work only with text; the better ones can handle images, sound and video. Some qualitative data analysis software tools build on hierarchical trees of categories, others let the researcher create their own trees , and others simply list the categories alphabetically.

Most of them can create reports according to the analyst s needs; some can be used as a first step in the analysis of data, and the results can be exported to other programs for further analysis.

Although the tools in the more professional qualitative data analysis software have revolutionized the way of doing qualitative data analysis. there are still qualitative researchers who systematize their data manually in a reliable way.

Together with the increase of the use of these programs, many workshops to train researchers in the use of qualitative data analysis software have been developed. Some workshops are led by universities and research centers, and others are provided by private enterprises. Some are offered to small groups of researchers, others are offered to anyone who wants to learn to use these programs. But most of them are one-day or two-day training workshops, which guarantee participants that they will acquire the adequate skills to use a specific software in their own qualitative projects.

It is clear that the introduction of dedicated qualitative data analysis software has both expanded the ways in which qualitative researchers can collect data and also the settings and situations from which data can be collected. The other major impact of technology on qualitative work has been on how the analysis is done.

Computer assisted qualitative data analysis software (CAQDAS) or qualitative data analysis software refers to the wide range of analysis software now available that supports a variety of analytic styles in qualitative work.

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MySQL crashes randomly with – Database was not shut down normally


I am having an issue where, for no apparent reason, my MySQL server crashes and has to restart.

Essentially, the error log has entries like this:

Reading about on this issue on the internet, I saw that this could happen because data in one of the server’s database is corrupted.

  • added innodb_force_recovery = 4 to /etc/my.cnf
  • restarted the mysql service
  • dumped the data in the database using mysqldump
  • stopped the mysql service
  • backed up existing InnoDB log/data files
  • removed the innodb_force_recovery = 4 line from /etc/my.cnf
  • restarted the mysql service
  • re-created the database and added table objects and data to it, using the dump created earlier

But the crashes still continue.

Here is a copy of my /etc/my.cnf file:

I have the general log enabled, but I don’t see any special query consistently being run at the time of the crash.

Does anyone have any further suggestions? I have been told it might be a hardware issue, but my hosting provider says they cannot see any problems.

It would be very unusual if these logs actually indicate that mysql is what is actually crashing. When mysql crashes, it will almost certainly say something about what happened. These messages seems to indicate that mysql isn t dying — it is being killed. Check your syslogs to see if you don t have a memory shortage causing mysql to be killed by the system: Michael – sqlbot Dec 1 ’13 at 0:18

Try this: egrep -i killed process /var/log/messages Craig Efrein Dec 2 ’13 at 9:46

Unfortunately, process accounting wasn t able to yield any useful information either. Is there any other tool that I can use to find out what might have killed mysql? I have asked over at here ( ) to see how I could check whether I have misconfigured syslog to ensure that it captures all process action (including mysql-killing actions), but at least one person feels that the problem is that my data is corrupt. Tola Odejayi Dec 3 ’13 at 18:31

I had hoped that I would be able to enable core dumps to see what was happening when MySQL crashed, but the hosting provider won t let me do that. It looks like the only option I have left here is to install a debug version of MySQL so that I can get trace information about what happens at the point of crashing. Does anyone know how I would be able to do this? The documentation on the official MySQL site mentions this, but it doesn t go into any detail about how it might be done. Tola Odejayi Dec 25 ’13 at 6:29

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In the end, it was only after changing my hosting plan (and moving away from cPanel, which seemed to obscure some of the logging) that I was able to see the issue. Turns out that from time to time, memory usage would spike (I’m guessing that this was because of a dramatic spike in apache child processes) and this would cause memory pressure. The out-of-memory killer would choose mysql to close down, because it was (usually) the biggest memory user in the system.

  • got more memory
  • fine tuned Apache to control the number of child processes that were spun up.

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48-month USPS NCOA Processing #ncoa #processing,national #change #of #address,ncoalink,email #append,reverse #email


NCOA Processing Phone Append Email IQ

The challenge:
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Master data management software tools #master #data #management #tools


Master data management tutorial

MDM software tools – Vendors

The rapidly changing master data management software industry could greatly affect your MDM strategy. So, make sure to check out these many articles about the master data management software tools market. Learn about customer data integration (CDI) and product information (PIM) management platforms and find out the leading CDI and PIM vendors in Gartner’s Magic Quadrants. Also, read analysis of the many related vendor acquisitions, trends and important news in the master data management software industry.

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Article Gartner’s recent customer data integration Magic Quadrant reveals a maturing market, both in technology and complexity.

Article Gartner’s Magic Quadrant ranks 10 product information management systems vendors but names no leader. Evaluating software in this complex market is a challenging task.

Article Microsoft acquired master data management software vendor Stratature. Experts from Gartner and four other firms had mixed reactions on implications for the market and customers.

Article Forrester expects master data management spending to increase dramatically by 2010, but recommends three steps to take before investing in master data management software.

Podcasts IBM’s become a major player in the master data management tools market via acquisition and development. In this podcast, VP Paraic Sweeney discusses IBM’s MDM strategy and roadmap.

Article To combat confusion, Forrester and Gartner released frameworks for evaluating master data management technology. They say that no one tool can solve all master data management problems.

Article At IBM’s inaugural Information on Demand event, executives dramatically introduced a new “Information Server.” The software platform will be the first of its kind, they said.

Article Over the past year, master data management has become a topic of interest to CIOs seeking to rationalize their enterprise information architectures. What is master data management? And what role can DB2 play in making master data management a success?

Article Nortel Networks is streamlining its data sources and installing SAP’s master data management middleware. But SAP MDM lacks functionality, and customers need third-party tools to meet typical MDM requirements, analyst says.

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Databricks brings new features to its managed Spark platform — as well as to open source Spark — that it hopes will make the computing engine more widely usable.

At Facebook it’s all about user engagement, and to accomplish this, the company relies heavily on deep learning algorithms to tailor its products to the interests of individuals.

Modern AI tools fall short of true artificial intelligence, and this could have implications for how the technology is used by enterprises in the near future.

AWS Batch makes it easier to automatically spin up EC2 instances and boost capacity to provision resources for uneven application workloads.

AWS’ machine learning service eases the onramp for developers new to AI, but tools from cloud competitors like Google and Azure offer more advanced deep learning capabilities.

We need to perform extract, transform and load processes on data, but the work is labor-intensive and error-prone. Is there an AWS tool to simplify this task?

SQL Server 2017 has made 5 key improvements that can help integrate AI capabilities and analytics into the enterprise more seamlessly.

As vendors migrate to the cloud and companies seek more functionality, new ECM capabilities have begun develop in order to meet demand.

The new SharePoint framework and its approach to application development could change the way the enterprise thinks of applications in the cloud.

It’s time to stop worrying and embrace the Oracle cloud, at least in a hybrid environment that integrates cloud and on-premises systems. Otherwise, you could miss out on too many benefits.

Oracle’s Multitenant technology enables users to plug multiple databases into a single container database. Is it time for your organization to consider a migration?

Hybrid cloud storage systems sound great in theory. So why has it taken vendors so long to produce one that’s actually ‘hybrid’?

Lowest value determination; first in, first out; and last in, first out valuation types ensure companies can legally comply with accounting principles, such as GAAP and IFRS.

Jack Link’s Beef Jerky went with a hosted deployment on SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud when upgrading SAP ECC to HANA. Here are some lessons on how to thrive in a hosted environment.

Preventing the bullwhip effect requires a fundamental and strategic shift from supply-focused materials planning to demand-focused materials replenishment.

2015 was a big year for mobile — and 2016 is bound to be even bigger. But what IoT and mobile technology trends can we really expect in the new year? Matthew David offers his take.

With a wealth of emerging and maturing SOA technologies in 2014, SOA could have been one of the cool kids. But, instead, SOA took a back seat in 2014.

While it’s tempting to do integration tactically, it’s better overall to go the strategic route. Inside this article, Beth Gold-Bernstein offers compelling reasons and some initial insight.

Establishing SQL Server performance baselines is a crucial first step for cloud migrations, says a University of Notre Dame DBA, who is using database monitoring software to do so.

As SQL Server changes, so does Integration Services. See the latest SSIS updates, such as added Linux support and an Upgrade Wizard for SQL Server 2016.

As many in IT have learned the hard way, building software containers for systems like SQL Server can be tough. That’s where Dockerfiles come in to help automate the process.

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Planning for Disaster Recovery #data #disaster #recovery


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Planning for Disaster Recovery

When you are administrating a SQL Server database, preparing to recovery from potential disasters is important. A well-designed and tested backup and restore plan for your SQL Server backups is necessary for recovering your databases after a disaster. For more information, see Introduction to Backup and Restore Strategies in SQL Server. In addition, to make sure that all your systems and data can be quickly restored to regular operation if a natural disaster occurs, you must create a disaster recovery plan. When you create this plan, consider scenarios for different types of disasters that might affect your shop. These include natural disasters, such as a fire, and technical disasters, such as a two-disk failure in a RAID-5 array. When you create a disaster recovery plan, identify and prepare for all the steps that are required to respond to each type of disaster. Testing the recovery steps for each scenario is necessary. We recommend that you verify your disaster recovery plan through the simulation of a natural disaster.

When you are designing your backup and restore plan, you should consider your disaster recovery planning with regard to your particular environmental and business needs. For example, suppose a fire occurs and wipes out your 24-hour data center. Are you certain you can recover? How long will it take you to recover and have your system available? How much data loss can your users tolerate?

Ideally, your disaster recovery plan states how long recovery will take and the final database state the users can expect. For example, you might determine that after the acquisition of specified hardware, recovery will be completed in 48 hours, and data will be guaranteed only until the end of the previous week.

A disaster recovery plan can be structured in many different ways and can contain many types of information. Disaster recovery plan types include the following:

A plan to acquire hardware.

A communication plan.

A list of people to be contacted if a disaster occurs.

Instructions for contacting the people involved in the response to the disaster.

Information about who owns the administration of the plan.

A checklist of required tasks for each recovery scenario. To help you review how disaster recovery progressed, initial each task as it is completed, and indicate the time when it finished on the checklist.

SQL Server provides three alternative recovery models: simple, full, and bulk-logged. A recovery model is a database property that controls the basic behavior of backup and restore operations for a database. Selecting the optimal recovery model for each of your databases is a required part of planning your backup and restore strategy. The choice of recovery model for a given database depends somewhat on your availability and recovery requirements. The choice of recovery model, in turn, affects the possibilities for disaster recovery for a database.

For an introduction to recovery models, see Recovery Model Overview .


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Disaster Recovery Centers #data #disaster #recovery


Disaster Recovery Centers

A Disaster Recovery Center is a readily accessible facility or mobile office where survivors may go for information about our programs or other disaster assistance programs, and to ask questions related to your case. Representatives from the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), volunteer groups and other agencies are at the centers to answer questions about disaster assistance and low-interest disaster loans for homeowners, renters and businesses. They can also help survivors apply for federal disaster assistance.

You can also register online at or by calling 800-621-3362 or TTY 800-462-7585. If you use 711 or Video Relay Service (VRS), call 800-621-3362. Operators are multilingual and calls are answered seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. CDT.


Some of the services may include:

  • Guidance regarding disaster recovery
  • Clarification of any written correspondence received
  • Housing Assistance and Rental Resource information
  • Answers to questions, resolution to problems and referrals to agencies that may provide further assistance
  • Status of applications being processed by FEMA
  • SBA program information if there is a SBA Representative at the Disaster Recovery Center site
  • Crisis Counseling Program
  • Disaster Legal Services
  • Disaster Unemployment
  • Funeral Assistance – Individuals and Households Program

You can also register online at or by calling 800-621-3362 or TTY 800-462-7585. If you use 711 or Video Relay Service (VRS), call 800-621-3362. Operators are multilingual and calls are answered seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. CDT.


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RSA Public Key format – Stack Overflow #rsa #data #security #inc


You can’t just change the delimiters from —- BEGIN SSH2 PUBLIC KEY —- to —–BEGIN RSA PUBLIC KEY—– and expect that it will be sufficient to convert from one format to another (which is what you’ve done in your example).

This article has a good explanation about both formats.

What you get in an RSA PUBLIC KEY is closer to the content of a PUBLIC KEY. but you need to offset the start of your ASN.1 structure to reflect the fact that PUBLIC KEY also has an indicator saying which type of key it is (see RFC 3447 ). You can see this using openssl asn1parse and -strparse 19. as described in this answer .

EDIT. Following your edit, your can get the details of your RSA PUBLIC KEY structure using grep -v — —– | tr -d ‘\n’ | base64 -d | openssl asn1parse -inform DER :

To decode the SSH key format, you need to use the data format specification in RFC 4251 too, in conjunction with RFC 4253:

For example, at the beginning, you get 00 00 00 07 73 73 68 2d 72 73 61. The first four bytes ( 00 00 00 07 ) give you the length. The rest is the string itself: 73=s, 68=h. -> 73 73 68 2d 72 73 61 = ssh-rsa. followed by the exponent of length 1 ( 00 00 00 01 25 ) and the modulus of length 256 ( 00 00 01 00 7f. ).

Great answer – thanks so much. The leading zero because high-bit but number is positive makes it in to the ssh-rsa key format according to the source. The most useful hint about this I can find is a comment in which says /* If MSB is set, prepend a \0 */ when writing out bignums in the ssh-rsa format. This only appears to be a problem for the public modulus 50% (?) of the time and never in the public exponent due to the nature of the generated RSA keys. Tim Potter Aug 19 ’14 at 9:50


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