The Jupyter Project: Python, Notebooks, and Hubs The last few years have seen Python emerge as a lingua franca for data scientists. Alongside Python we have also witnessed the rise of Read more
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Cockroach Labs, the creators of CockroachDB are coming to London for the first time since their 1.0 GA Release in May 2017. They will be taking time to talk about Read more
The recent 0.10.0 release of HashiCorp Terraform, saw a significant change to the way Providers are managed. Specifically, the single open source code repository for Terraform has been divided into Read more
Recently, the sad news has emerged that Basho, which developed the Riak distributed database, has gone into receivership. This would appear to present a problem for those who have adopted Read more
Over the years, OpenCredo's projects have become increasingly tied to the public cloud. Our skills in delivering cloud infrastructure and cloud native applications have deepened and the range of cloud Read more
CockroachDB, a new contender in the NewSQL space has recently released their first production-ready version. We took this opportunity to take a closer look. Read more
As a final piece of our recent blog series about Apache Spark on 16 May we have presented details of a use-case about using Spark Structured Streaming to generate real-time Read more
This is the third article in our Spark-related blog series, which covers some basic approaches for the testing of Cassandra/Spark code. It will show you how to restructure your code to be testable, covering unit testing, integration testing, and acceptance testing Read more
This is the second article in our Spark-related blog series which moves on from demonstrating functionality and describes the details of how to set up an infrastructure capable of running such analytical processing Read more
Interested in learning more about the practical and pragmatic aspects of using Apache Spark for your data processing challenges? Please join us for our new blog and webinar series: Apache Spark - The Pragmatic Bits. The blog series will aim to cover topics including how Spark can be used to get the most out of your Cassandra setup, how to actually deploy a Spark and Cassandra cluster through programmable infrastrcture, and how to ensure you write testable Spark code which will play nicely with the rest of your system. The series finishes with a webinar which explores the use case of “Detecting stolen AWS credential usage with Spark”. Read more