IT Recap: Hadoop Summit 2016, IT Tour 2016, Atos/Bull Sequana Supercomputer

IT Recap: Hadoop Summit 2016, IT Tour 2016, Atos/Bull Sequana Supercomputer

This week, the famous Hadoop open source framework celebrated its 10th anniversary, which now opens the way to maturity and new perspectives, particularly in the field of security. Atos/Bull has also raised the curtain on its exascale Sequana supercomputer, as Windows 10 Anniversary slated for July begins to unfold in earnest. Finally, LMI gave the starting signal for the IT Tour 2016, the next editorial tour of France in the region which will start on 22 September in Lyon.

Hadoop Summit 2016. For its 10 years, the Hadoop framework is showing great vitality and while some markets such as France have had difficulty getting started, the outlook looks promising, particularly in security. Precisely, by integrating the Apache Metron framework into its distribution, Hortonworks steps into the cybersecurity market and intends to compete with products based on the SIEM architecture such as IBM QRadar and Splunk.

IT Tour 2016: Here we go! For the 5th consecutive year, the editorial staff of Le Monde Informatique is coming to meet you to invite you to take part in its morning debates in the regions. In 2016, the themes addressed by CIOs, CISOs, IT managers, business lines and those responsible for digital transformation will focus on the digital workplace, governance of IS security, the Internet of Things, hyperconvergence, storage, as well as than ECM and printing.

Atos/Bull unveils its exascale Sequana supercomputer. By 2020, the Sequana exascale generation HPC system, designed by the Bull division within Atos, will be able to calculate 1 billion billion operations per second. It is being installed in France at the Atomic Energy Commission.

Windows 10 Anniversary: ​​all the news to come. Microsoft has prepared new features with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, due next July, which should satisfy both the average user and the superuser.

Facebook F8. On the occasion of its F8 developer conference, Facebook presented Terragraph, a very high speed network using the 60 Ghz frequency band available in the United States but also in Germany and the United Kingdom. Alongside this project, which could well come to compete with fiber, the social networking giant has also presented Aries, a base station capable of simultaneously broadcasting 24 separate video streams.

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