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Web 6.0

Posted on 05/29/09 1 Comment

As someone or many have mentioned in What is ‘Web 3.0,’ and should you care?, Web 1.0 was about making information available. Web 2.0 was about connecting, communicating, collaborating, social networking, individual and group publishing, blogging, crowd-sourcing and the transformation of traditional media. In the 2.0 period, we started to see the rise of cyber […]

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Mahout on Elastic MapReduce: Running k-means Clustering

Posted on 05/07/09 No Comments

Following up on KMeans Clustering Now Running on Elastic MapReduce, Stephen Green has generously documented the steps that was necessary to get an example of k-Means clustering up and running on Amazon’s Elastic MapReduce (EMR) on the Apache Lucene Mahout wiki. Mahout on Elastic MapReduce by Stephen Green As a side note, there has been […]

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Classification in Complex Event Processing

Posted on 02/01/09 2 Comments

Following up on the excellent discussion in Predicting Events with Logistic Regression I think it is time to talk a bit about the importance of classification in complex event processing.  CEP is, by definition, about detecting business opportunities and threats in real-time.   It follows, that by definition, CEP is centered around classifying and discriminating complex […]

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Apache Mahout: Real-Time Decisioning in the MapReduce Framework

Posted on 01/14/09 2 Comments

Here is a bit of good news for the complex event processing space.  Folks on the Apache Mahout developers mailing list are showing an accelerated interest in topics related to real-time decision-making, starting with a Markov decision process. The Hidden Markov Model (HMM) is listed under “non map-reduce algorithms” on the Mahout wiki.  The developer’s […]

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IT Infrastructure: Capability as a Service

Posted on 01/14/09 2 Comments

Our recent post, for example, SOA in Cardiac Arrest, Long Live Services and Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS), combined with many great blog posts I have read in the new year, has got me thinking about IT infrastructure services.   Software as a Service (SaaS) is a bit boring to discuss.  However, Capability as a […]

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Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS)

Posted on 01/01/09 1 Comment

Does Amazon SQS and other “messaging as a service” applications mean that companies can start to think about reducing their ongoing expenses of licensed or hosted messaging systems? According to Amazon, Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS) offers a reliable, highly scalable, hosted queue for storing messages as they travel between computers. By using Amazon […]

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The Attack of the Spiders from the Clouds

Posted on 07/31/08 1 Comment

We have seen a lot of discussions of cloud computing in the news recently, as a technology to permit “users to access technology-enabled services without knowledge of, expertise with, nor control over the technology infrastructure that supports them.”   This sounds great doesn’t it?!   Users with little to no IT expertise can log into the cloud and […]

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Computing in the Clouds with AWS

Posted on 07/25/08 2 Comments

The admin team at The UNIX Forums have been considering moving the UNIX and Linux Forums to the clouds – the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud.  Amazon EC2 is one option to scale the forums, which is a LAMP application.  Amazon EC2 allows us to rent dedicated servers (instances) on-demand to run applications, such as the forums.  Then we can run […]

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Coral8: Event Stream Processing and Intrusion Detection

Posted on 01/03/08 4 Comments

Not quite ready for prime-time, we have been testing our home-grown UNIX domain socket adapter using Coral8 Java APIs.   We are using this adapter to evaluate and demonstrate stream processing with intrusion detection systems (IDS) using event stream processing to reduce false alarms, detect derived situations from the raw intrusion event data, and feed a security management visualization dashboard. […]

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OpenCourseWare: Get Smart for Complex Event Processing!

Posted on 12/30/07 No Comments

Ready to move beyond the basics of event processing?   Perhaps you would like to beef up your Java skills?   The Basics of Signal Processing?  Or maybe you are interested in Advanced Complexity Theory?   Artificial Intelligence?  Computer Language Engineering?  Queueing Theory? Well then, put your feet up, relax and click on over to the Department of Electrical […]

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