Tag: cloud computing

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Artificial Intelligence | Machine Learning | SAS Administrators
Keith Renison 0
Coming soon: Your SAS software, continuously updated

If you're my kids, the term, “continuous integration,” might have you thinking about how much time you’ve spent lately with the family, and “continuous delivery” is what's been happening on the front porch the past few weeks. But to a software developer, these terms mean something entirely different. Combined and

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Artificial Intelligence | Machine Learning | SAS Administrators
Keith Renison 0
Are you ready for true cloud native computing? Meet SAS Viya 4

It’s official: NASA no longer builds spaceships. They’ve outsourced that task. According to NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine, "We're going with commercial partners. NASA is not purchasing, owning and operating the hardware. We're buying the service." Why? Because NASA needs to focus on exploring space, not building the transportation to get

Analytics
David Annis 0
Does software as a service work for analytics?

PC Magazine defines the broad industry term Software as a Service (SaaS) as, “Software that is rented rather than purchased. Instead of buying applications and paying for periodic upgrades, SaaS is subscription based, and upgrades are automatic during the subscription period.” SaaS, according to the same source, is ideally suited

Programming Tips | SAS Events
Larry LaRusso 0
Analytics in the Cloud gets a whole lot easier with SAS Analytics for Containers

If you’re doing data processing in the cloud or using container-enabled infrastructures to deploy your software, you’ll want to learn more about SAS Analytics for Containers. This new solution puts SAS into your existing container-enabled environment – think Docker or Kubernetes – giving data scientists and analysts the ability to

Programming Tips
Erwan Granger 0
Cloud: 4 deployment models

This is the last of my series of posts on the NIST definition of cloud computing. As you can see from this Wikipedia definition, calling anything a “cloud” is likely to be the fuzziest way of describing it. In meteorology, a cloud is a visible mass of liquid droplets or frozen

Maged Tawfik 0
Solar SAS and system fragility

Among the volumes of information about SAS we were showered with during our new SAS employee orientation, two seemingly insignificant tidbits stuck in my mind. SAS has dedicated about 12 acres of its campus grounds to a state-of-the-art solar farm. SAS prefers employment to outsourcing. Thus, the people we would

Customer Intelligence
Anne-Lindsay Beall 0
Are we too close to customers?

At SAS, our marketing and R&D divisions work together with customers to develop software products. Droves of our developers attend SAS users group conferences to talk to customers, demo new technologies and get user feedback. We have three customer advisory boards who tell us how they’re using SAS products, what