Event Date: May 01, 2017 at 8:30 AM EDT
Hosted By: Pivotal & Google
Location: Washington, DC
Attendees of this event will receive an extensive introduction to Pivotal, Google, and their shared partner ecosystem. Pivotal will share how culture and technology combine to reinforce each other. They will go hands-on to show you how easy it is to develop applications with Spring Boot, integrate with Google Cloud services, and use Concourse to automate shipping applications to Pivotal Cloud Foundry.
Big Data is the latest technology wave impacting C-Level executives across all areas of business, but amid the hype, there remains confusion about what it all means. The name emphasizes the exponential growth of data volumes worldwide (collectively, 2.5 Exabytes/ day in the latest estimate I saw fro...
This paper describes the people, processes, and technology for providing a Big Data solution to improve Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) video analytics capabilities. This solution will provide an automated ability to exploit both real-time and stored video in combination with ot...
Great software companies leverage Big Data to fundamentally change the user
experience, reach new levels of profitability and efficiency, and even pioneer
entirely new business models. They understand how to put data to work, delivering
information in context for maximum impact.
Pivotal Labs, along with Method and AppOrchard, helped the New York City Campaign Finance Board (CFB) and its Voter Assistance Advisory Committee (VAAC) create a mobile website that streamlines the political process for voters and candidates alike.
Through its public matching funds program, the CFB...
Introduction Video Analytics: Video Ingestion and Metadata Creation using Spring
Cloud Dataflow FrameworkImage Analytics: Content-Based Image Retrieval Audio Analysis: Shazam Audio Fingerprinting on Pivotal Stack Conclusion
With Case Commons, Pivotal prototyped and built software to
replace an unwieldy legacy system, and then used what we learned
to develop a system for the State of Indiana called Casebook,
which state social services personnel began using in 2012.