If you’re following us on social media, you know we’ve been using this phrase as a hashtag. But it’s not only a hashtag. We’re actively offering support to our employees to further develop their skills and knowledge. Find out how!
While in the last part of the hexapod tutorial series we planned the electronics, it is time to discuss the sizing, the design electronics diagrams, do the PCB design, and finally build and assemble them all together into an awesome hexapod.
In this article we are discussing the most common strategies for pipelines (ETL - extract, transform, load and ELT - extract, load, transform) and storing (data warehouse and data lake).
After 3D-printing all the necessary parts and mounting the hexapod in part one of the tutorial, in this second part we approach the electronics.
Let’s see how augmented analytics, DataOps and observability, data stewardship, synthetic data generation, data mesh, data fabric, and industry cloud platforms are changing the big data landscape in 2023.
Featuring 11 stages, and close to 15000 business visitors, GoTech World is the largest IT & Digital conference in Central & East Europe, and we were glad to be part of it again this year. Read the full article and watch our DevOps engineer talk on ArgoCD & Crossplane.
How to design a streaming data processing pipeline? Viorel Bibiloiu, Big Data Architect at eSolutions, presented our solution to a a real-time stock management system for a retailer using Kafka Streams, K8s, and Cassandra at BDW Bucharest 2022.
In this three-part tutorial we will present how to build a hexapod robot from scratch. We will go through all the details about the mechanics, electronics, and, of course, the software of our hexapod. In this first part, we are going to show you what 3D parts you need to print and how to mount them together.
Discussing both the technical and the business aspects of the hybrid data platform implemented at Regina Maria on the Big Data Week Stage were Marian Simpetru, Managing Partner eSolutions, and Cosmin Panaete, Business Processes Director at Regina Marina.
8 teams, 26 participants, 24 hours, 5 jurors. IoT, ML, devices, games, and other apps. A lot of work, but also plenty of fun - in short, the VI edition of the eSolutions Hackathon.