May 08, 2015 3:49:46 PM by
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May 05, 2015 11:23:09 AM by
Recognising the stars of the technology business
The national Tech Excellence Awards are Ireland’s principal badge of honour in the IT industry. The Awards will take place on May 14th in the Ballsbridge Hotel Dublin. These awards celebrate success in the country’s most vibrant sector, with an annual prize giving and Gala Dinner which has become the principal networking event in the technology business calendar.
Now in its 15th year, this Awards programme recognises excellence not only in implementing tech solutions, but also in the business of marketing and implementing technology for business.
SureSkills are a long standing backer of technology and technical innovations in Ireland and we are delighted to sponsor the Rising Star of the Year category.
This year’s awards will be judged by Eoin O’Driscoll – Chairman of Forfas, Dr Jim Mountjoy - former co-founder of Euristix, Tom McCarthy – Managing Director of HelmAG Ltd, Peter McManamon – ‘Technology Person of the Year 2008’, Dr Sean Baker – co-founder of IONA and Karl Flannery – co-founder of Storm Technology.
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April 28, 2015 12:41:42 PM by
As told by SureSkills Principle Cloud Evangelist, Calvin Riskowitz.
Apache Hadoop provides a platform for building distributed systems for massive data storage and analysis using a large cluster of standard x86 based servers. It uses data replication across hosts and racks of hosts to protect against individual disk, host, and even rack failures. A job scheduler can be used to run multiple jobs of different sizes simultaneously, which helps to maintain a high level of resource utilisation. Given the built in reliability and workload consolidation features of Hadoop it might appear there is little need to virtualise it. However, there are several use cases that make virtualisation of this workload compelling:
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