Fixing HTTP/2 and preparing for HTTP/3 over QUIC
February 28, 2020
Deploying HTTP/2 correctly can be challenging in practice, and HTTP/3 will make things even more difficult as the underlying QUIC protocol runs over user datagram protocol (UDP). Robin Marx explores practical proxying, caching, load balancing, and routing issues and how to overcome them.
Audience projection of target consumers over multiple domains: A NER and Bayesian approach
February 21, 2020
AI-powered market research is performed by indirect approaches based on sparse and implicit consumer feedback (e.g., social network interactions, web browsing, or online purchases). These approaches are more scalable, authentic, and suitable for real-time consumer insights. Gianmario Spacagna proposes a novel algorithm of audience projection able to provide consumer insights over multiple domains.
Apache Hadoop 3.x state of the union and upgrade guidance
February 16, 2020
Wangda Tan and Wei-Chiu Chuang outline the current status of Apache Hadoop community and dive into present and future of Hadoop 3.x. You'll get a peak at new features like erasure coding, GPU support, NameNode federation, Docker, long-running services support, powerful container placement constraints, data node disk balancing, etc. And they walk you through upgrade guidance from 2.x to 3.x.
Aggregating Mobile Operator Edge Compute Infrastructure with End to End Network Slicing
January 3, 2020
We believe that edge is the missing piece in a new value chain that expands the types of devices on mobile networks, secures IOT, enables next generation content (AR/MR), readies mobile infrastructure …
Keynote: Seamless Customer Experience at Walmart Stores Powered by Kubernetes@Edge
November 28, 2019
At Walmart, while major application software can and does operate in the cloud, stores or any client edge compute cannot avoid the intermittent network events that can create less than ideal availabil …