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IT 스터디. Woboq Code Browser - Explore C++ code on the web. ClusterLabs. ClusterLabs. Planet HA. SSDB - A high performance NoSQL database supporting many data structures, an alternative to Redis. ZFS - Wikipedia. Overview and ZFS design goals[edit] ZFS compared to most other file systems[edit] Historically, the management of stored data has involved two aspects - the physical management of block devices such as hard drives and SDs, and devices such as RAID controllers that present a logical single device based upon multiple physical devices (often undertaken by a volume manager, array manager, or suitable device driver), and the management of files stored as logical units on these logical block devices (a file system).

ZFS - Wikipedia

NumPy - Wikipedia. Traits[edit] NumPy targets the CPython reference implementation of Python, which is a non-optimizing bytecode interpreter.

NumPy - Wikipedia

Mathematical algorithms written for this version of Python often run much slower than compiled equivalents. NumPy address the slowness problem partly by providing multidimensional arrays and functions and operators that operate efficiently on arrays, requiring (re)writing some code, mostly inner loops using NumPy. The ndarray data structure[edit] The core functionality of NumPy is its "ndarray", for n-dimensional array, data structure. Such arrays can also be views into memory buffers allocated by C/C++, Cython, and Fortran extensions to the CPython interpreter without the need to copy data around, giving a degree of compatibility with existing numerical libraries. 머신러닝(Machine Learning), 딥러닝(Deep Learning) 그리고 텐서플로우(TensorFlow) 또 파이썬(Python) Anaconda (Python distribution) - Wikipedia. Jump up ^ "Anaconda End User License Agreement". continuum.io.

Anaconda (Python distribution) - Wikipedia

Continuum Analytics. Retrieved May 30, 2016. Jump up ^ "Anaconda Subscriptions". continuum.io. Continuum Analytics. Retrieved September 30, 2015. NVIDIA Developer. The NVIDIA CUDA® Deep Neural Network library (cuDNN) is a GPU-accelerated library of primitives for deep neural networks. cuDNN provides highly tuned implementations for standard routines such as forward and backward convolution, pooling, normalization, and activation layers. cuDNN is part of the NVIDIA Deep Learning SDK.

NVIDIA Developer

Deep learning researchers and framework developers worldwide rely on cuDNN for high-performance GPU acceleration. It allows them to focus on training neural networks and developing software applications rather than spending time on low-level GPU performance tuning. cuDNN accelerates widely used deep learning frameworks, including Caffe, TensorFlow, Theano, Torch, and CNTK. See supported frameworks for more details. Register Download cuDNN is freely available to members of the Accelerated Computing Developer Program.

Math Kernel Library - Wikipedia. The library supports Intel and compatible processors and is available for Windows, Linux and OS X operating systems.[6][3][4][3] History[edit] Intel launched the Math Kernel Library on May 9, 2003 and called it blas.lib.[7] The project's development teams are located in Russia and the United States.

Math Kernel Library - Wikipedia

R (programming language) - Wikipedia. R is an interpreted language; users typically access it through a command-line interpreter.

R (programming language) - Wikipedia

If a user types 2+2 at the R command prompt and presses enter, the computer replies with 4, as shown below: The R Journal is the open access, refereed journal of the R project for statistical computing. It features short to medium length articles on the use, and development of R, including packages, programing tips, CRAN news, and foundation news. While R is an open source project supported by the community developing it, some companies strive to provide commercial support and/or extensions for their customers. In this section, some examples of those companies are mentioned. The following examples illustrate the basic syntax of the language and use of the command-line interface. HomePage. CMake - Wikipedia. Features[edit] CMake can handle in-place and out-of-place builds, enabling several builds from the same source tree, and cross-compilation.

CMake - Wikipedia

The ability to build a directory tree outside the source tree is a key feature, ensuring that if a build directory is removed, the source files remain unaffected. Complicated directory hierarchies and applications that rely on several libraries are well supported by CMake. For instance, CMake is able to accommodate a project that has multiple toolkits, or libraries that each have multiple directories. In addition, CMake can work with projects that require executables to be created before generating code to be compiled for the final application. CMake can generate makefiles for many platforms and IDEs including Unix, Windows, Mac OS X, OS/2, MSVC, Cygwin, MinGW and Xcode.

Microsoft Visual Studio[edit] InfluxDB - Wikipedia. MariaDB - Wikipedia. Its lead developer is Michael "Monty" Widenius, one of the founders of MySQL AB and the founder of Monty Program AB.

MariaDB - Wikipedia

On 16 January 2008, MySQL AB announced that it had agreed to be acquired by Sun Microsystems for approximately $1 billion. The acquisition completed on 26 February 2008. ZeroNet. The existence of peer-to-peer online web-sites had been hypothesised for some time, with The Pirate Bay suggesting they would build a network, as well as BitTorrent Inc. which created the closed source Project Maelstrom.[1][5] One other similar project is the SAFE Network by MaidSafe, though it has not yet seen widespread use, and has been said to focus more on file storage.[5] As of 2016[update] there is no way to take down a ZeroNet page which still has seeders,[1] thus making such pages immune to DMCA takedown notices.[6] By default, sites have a size limit of 10 megabytes, but users may grant a site permission to use more storage space if they wish.

ZeroNet

See also[edit] References[edit] External links[edit] Kernel-based Virtual Machine. Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) is a virtualization infrastructure for the Linux kernel that turns it into a hypervisor.

Kernel-based Virtual Machine

It was merged into the Linux kernel mainline in kernel version 2.6.20, which was released on February 5, 2007.[1] KVM requires a processor with hardware virtualization extensions.[2] KVM has also been ported to FreeBSD[3] and illumos[4] in the form of loadable kernel modules. KVM originally supported x86 processors and has been ported to S/390,[5] PowerPC,[6] and IA-64. An ARM port was merged during the 3.9 kernel merge window.[7] QEMU. QEMU (short for Quick Emulator) is a free and open-source hosted hypervisor that performs hardware virtualization (not to be confused with hardware-assisted virtualization).

QEMU is a hosted virtual machine monitor: It emulates CPUs through dynamic binary translation and provides a set of device models, enabling it to run a variety of unmodified guest operating systems. It also can be used together with KVM in order to run virtual machines at near-native speed (requiring hardware virtualization extensions on x86 machines). Seastar. Blog. Real-time Recovery Architecture as a Service. ReFS. Maybe later Thank you! We will send you a reminder email. Dear readers in Canada, time is running out in 2016 to help Wikipedia. To protect our independence, we'll never run ads. Virtualization, tools and tips. Sandstorm.

Lifestream Blog. XxHash - Extremely fast non-cryptographic hash algorithm. Benchmarks The benchmark uses the Open-Source SMHasher program by Austin Appleby compiled with Visual C on Windows Seven 32-bits in single-thread mode. The reference system uses a Core 2 Duo @3.0GHz. Q.Score is a measure of quality of the hash function. It depends on successfully passing SMHasher test set. 10 is a perfect score. BlueStore. Mnemosyne. GitHub - 01org/CeTune. Untitled. Founding Members of Industry Founding UC Santa Cruz Faculty Members Carlos Maltzahn, Director, Adjunct Professor, Computer Science Scott Brandt, Vice Chancellor of Research, Professor, Computer Science J.J.

Garcia-Luna-Aceves, Chair/Professor, Computer Engineering Lise Getoor, Professor, Computer Science. Ansible (software) As with most configuration management software, Ansible distinguishes two types of servers: controlling machines and nodes. Linux Standard Base. The Linux Standard Base (LSB) is a joint project by several Linux distributions under the organizational structure of the Linux Foundation to standardize the software system structure, including the filesystem hierarchy used in the Linux operating system.

Cloud Data Management Interface. Cloud Data Management Interface (CDMI) The Cloud Data Management Interface defines the functional interface that applications will use to create, retrieve, update and delete data elements from the Cloud. As part of this interface the client will be able to discover the capabilities of the cloud storage offering and use this interface to manage containers and the data that is placed in them. Cockroach Labs. XFS Overview & Internals. Mikael Ronstrom. NuoDB. NuoDB is a database startup company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It sells a NewSQL database that works in the cloud.

It can work both for single vendor cloud setup as well as multi vendor cloud setup. Aurora database analytics engine. Hgst/libzbc. Architecture of Btrieve. Btrieve is a database developed by Pervasive. The architecture of Btrieve has been designed with record management in mind. Main Page - Zen (microarchitecture) XFS. Not to be confused with Xiafs. Software.intel. TOP500. IBM System Blue Gene Solution. The Availability Experts. Bcache. Ceph/cbt. LTTng. LTTng: an open source tracing framework for Linux. Cloud Data Management Interface. Huawei Storage Open Source Projects · StorOps All The Way. Object Drives. Druid (open-source data store) The Operating System is the Control Plane. LightNVM – Linux kernel support for Open-channel SSDs. Cloudera Impala. Apache Hadoop. Apache Hive. Apache HBase. Apache Phoenix.

Infinispan. LevelDB.