Tag: cloud computing
Sólo podemos ver poco del futuro pero lo suficiente para darnos cuenta de que hay mucho por hacer...”. Alan Mathison Turing La nube se ha convertido en sinónimo de la forma en que las organizaciones pueden romper las barreras de IT para brindar agilidad, elasticidad y velocidad que tanto necesitan.
Ready to turn big data into big business insights? Look to the cloud.
In my previous post, Group-based access to Azure Files in the new SAS Viya, I walked through an example of making one or more Azure File Shares available to SAS Viya end user sessions with a group-based access pattern. This post extends the scenario and covers the case where we
You've probably heard by now the new SAS Viya runs on containers orchestrated by Kubernetes. There is a lot to know and learn for both experienced users and k8s noobies alike. I would recommend searching the SAS Communities Library for a wealth of information on deployment, administration, usability, and more.
4 tips to help insurers comply with regulatory reporting requirements as they move to the cloud.
Go from gridlocked model development to accelerated innovation by moving to the cloud.
The story goes on to the tune of 90 percent of available data today has been created in the last two years! As SAS (and the computing world) moves to the cloud, the question of, "How do I deal with my data (Big and otherwise), which used to be on-prem,
The first principle of analytics is about bringing the right analytics technology to the right place at the right time. Whether your data are on-premises, in the cloud, or at the edges of the network – analytics needs to be there with it. Being true to this principle means we
Through our new strategic partnership, SAS and Microsoft are helping the public sector realize the power of analytics in the cloud. I spoke with Daniel Sumner, Worldwide Director of Smart Infrastructure at Microsoft, to explore the possibilities of more robust analytics and cloud strategies in government — and the technology
Meet Alfred Mukudu in this third post of the Humans of SAS Services series.
Meet Mario Weitenbacher in this second post of the Humans of SAS Services series.
Recently, we announced a strategic partnership between SAS and Microsoft that includes deep integration for SAS technologies across all three of Microsoft’s clouds: Azure, Microsoft 365 and Dynamics 365. As migration of data to the cloud continues to increase, SAS is engineering our software to work in the cloud through
Remember Subconscious Musings? It was the name of the blog Radhika Kulkarni (now retired Vice President of SAS R&D) started in 2012. She wrote about trends that drove innovation and challenges that expanded the boundaries of what we thought was possible. It eventually evolved into what we now know as
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
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
Editor’s note: This is the third article in a series by Conor Hogan, a Solutions Architect at SAS, on SAS and database and storage options on cloud technologies. This article covers the SAS offerings available to connect to and interact with the various storage options available in Microsoft Azure. Access
Think differently about using storage in the cloud with your SAS Grid jobs, and learn about SAS Cloud Data Exchange for security/caching strategies
Editor’s note: This is the third article in a series by Conor Hogan, a Solutions Architect at SAS, on SAS and database and storage options on cloud technologies. This article covers the SAS offerings available to connect to and interact with the various database options available in Microsoft Azure. Access
Editor’s note: This article is a continuation of the series by Conor Hogan, a Solutions Architect at SAS, on SAS and database and storage options on cloud technologies. Access all the articles in the series here. In a previous article in this series, Accessing Databases in the Cloud – SAS
Editor’s note: This is the first article in a series by Conor Hogan, a Solutions Architect at SAS, on SAS and database and storage options on cloud technologies. This article covers the SAS offerings available to connect to and interact with the various database options available in Amazon Web Services.
As a data scientist, did you ever come to the point where you felt the need for an evolved analytics platform bringing together the disparate skills of open source and commercial software? A system that can enable advanced analytic capabilities. This is now possible and easy to implement. With many
Analytics can bring tremendous value to a business. However, investing in an analytics solution is often easier said than done. The key challenge is demonstrating the value of analytics without first investing in technology and resources. The solution? Take a results-based approach to establish the value of analytics by using
In the article Serverless functions and SAS Viya - a good match I discussed using serverless functions to deliver SAS Viya applications. Ignoring all the buzz words, a serverless function boils down to a set of REST APIs. So, if you tried the example you are now a REST API
At the end of my SAS Users blog post explaining how to install SAS Viya on the Azure Cloud for a SAS Hackathon in the Nordics, I promised to provide some technical background. I ended up with only one manual step by launching a shell script from a Linux machine
You are a data scientist, in your office, doing data scientist-y things when, your manager's, manager's, manager makes an impossible request. She wants you take a raw data set from the stem cell research team, scrub the data, create and score models, and be ready to rescore when new data
Also celebrating is your bank's branch manager. She was skeptical when headquarters analysts equipped branches for "Cloud-based application using SAS" , saying it would speed up loan applications. But your quick, frictionless transaction proved them right.The bank's accountants are happy too. The new pay-as-you-go mode of using SAS software in
I don't know about you, but when I read challenges like: Detecting hidden heart failure before it harms an individual Can SAS Viya AI help to digitalize pension management? How to recommend your next adventure based on travel data How to use advanced analytics in building a relevant next best
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