Evolution of In-memory database and in-memory data grid technology

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Over the years in-memory computing has evolved and played a significant role in modern architecture primarily as part of Data Platform solutions. In-memory data grid and in-memory database/datastore technology are part of the data platform ecosystem. Click here to read the previous article on the importance of caching and in-memory data grid technology. Context Before we deep-dive into the decision tree to make the selection, here is the definition of…

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Top 5 Generative AI News You Should Know

#1 – Google’s launch of Gemini & Gemini 1.5 #2 – Microsoft’s Copilot Pro with AI-powered Product Suite #3 – OpenAI launches Sora and GPT Store #4 – Amazon Expands Bedrock Features & Partnership #5 – Gen AI Emerging Players Launches Competitive Offerings Related Articles Disclaimer: All data and information provided on this blog are for informational purposes only. All the image sources used are for reference only. The author…

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Top 5 Open Source LLMs for Building Gen AI Enterprise Applications

Top 5 Open Source LLMs for Building Gen AI Enterprise Applications

Introduction Large Language Models (LLMs) do not need any introduction with the rise of its massive adoption in the industry. Most enterprises have either adopted or planning to adopt an LLM to build Generative AI-based enterprise applications supporting a variety of business use cases. While there are many closed-source options available such as – OpenAI’s GPT-3.5 or GPT-4, Google’s Gemini, etc., Open source LLMs have started getting traction because of…

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Key Takeaways from AWS re:Invent 2023 for Software Architects

AWS re:Invent 2023 has continued the tradition of being the most happening cloud computing technology event of the year. While there were many sessions covering leadership, partnership, technology updates, case studies, and much more — this article focused on sharing key takeaways from the event for software architects. Read about 2022 re:Invent takeaways by clicking here. #1 — The frugal architect with cost awareness and sustainability mindset Werner’s keynote has always…

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Key Takeaways from KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2023

Since its inception in 2015, the CNCF community has evolved as a global community supporting open source, and vendor-neutral cloud-native technologies. The North American KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2023 event in Chicago (Nov. 6 to 9) consisted of 80+ different sessions across 10+ tracks covering the broader spectrum of the Cloud-native landscape. While I have attended KubeCon multiple times, this has been my first in-person attendance. This article shares key takeaways based on my…

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Elevate Your AI Journey with Amazon Bedrock: Unraveling The Key Features

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Amazon Bedrock, which was announced in April 2023, has drawn a lot of attention from businesses looking to leverage their existing AWS architecture for building Generative AI applications. Amazon announced the General Availability (GA) of Bedrock on September 28 — a service that offers a choice of Generative AI models from Amazon and third-party providers through an API-based interface. With the current market landscape (high demand for leveraging GAI for building innovative business…

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Meta launches Code Llama expanding Llama (AI Model) Capabilities

Meta released Code Llama, a large language model (LLM) that can use text prompts to generate and discuss code, on August 24, 2023. It has been built on Llama 2 as a foundational model and is free for research and commercial use. Click here to read the news annoucment published by Meta. The below visualization depicts the foundational building block of Llama 2, and an approach to build your own…

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HashiCorp’s Licensing Shift to BSL Ignites Debate in the Open Source Community

HashiCorp announced on August 10, 2023, that they are adopting Business Source License from Mozilla Public License v2.0 (MPL 2.0). Click here to read the announcement and they have also published a FAQ page. This will require additional consideration if you are using their key product offerings – Terraform, Packer, Vault, Boundary, Consul, Nomad, Waypoint, and Vagrant. This has raised many questions in the Open source community, particularly because of…

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Microsoft’s Partner Ecosystem: A Promising Outlook and Strong Belief with Generative AI and Cloud

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Microsoft Ignite 2023, a conference aimed at expanding the partner ecosystem, just came to a close. Key announcements have been summarized below: Microsoft is expanding its partnership with Meta by launching Llama 2 on Azure and Windows.Launched Bing Chat Enterprise and Microsoft 365 Copilot for Enterprise Customers — the concept of Copilot is not limited to GitHub, the foundational building block has been extended to other products. Bing Chat Enterprise enables organizations…

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Stack Overflow announced Generative AI Capability to Boost Developer’s Productivity

Stack Overflow, which is the largest question-and-answer website for developers and technologists serving the community for 10+ years. The below statistics indicate the popularity of the platform in the developer community: Their CEO, Prashanth Chandrasekar, has recently shared the roadmap for the integration of Generative AI into the public platform (Stack Overflow for Teams). Launched as Overflow AI, the suite of capabilities will provide the following key benefits to the…

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