Running kdb+ on Google Cloud (GCP)
8 Nov 2018
By Himanshu Gupta Our guest blogger, Himanshu Gupta, is an expert kdb+ programmer who frequently writes about kdb+/q, as well as other technologies on his blog, enlist q, where this post originally appeared. In this latest article Himanshu gives a tutorial on using kdb+ on the Google Cloud. Check out enlist q, and subscribe while you
Kx on the Google Cloud Platform
26 Jun 2018
At Kx25, the international kdb+ user conference held in New York City on May 18th, Kx announced that kdb+ is now available on the Google Cloud Launcher. Antonio Zurlo of Google Cloud Platform (GCP) gave a presentation about Google Cloud and described an example of how to use kdb+ on the GCP.
Kdb+ on Anaconda and Google Cloud
12 Jun 2018
At Kx25, the international kdb+ user conference held in New York City on May 18th, we made a number of announcements about new ways to access kdb+ and interconnect with it. (You can watch my presentation, called “Snakes on a Plane” on the Kx YouTube channel.)
The Exploration of Solar Storm Data Using JupyterQ
7 Jun 2018
Nicolle's experience working with solar storm data began last year when she was a visiting data scientist at the NASA Frontier Development Lab (FDL), which is hosted by the SETI. Within SETI, FDL is an applied artificial intelligence research accelerator established to maximize new AI technologies and apply them to challenges in the space sciences.
Message from the Kx COO Mark Sykes
29 May 2018
On May 18th, we hosted Kx25, the largest international kdb+ user event ever. Having the opportunity to get broad feedback from our user community is a hugely important exercise for us. We know that many of our users have built their careers around kdb+, and we recognize our responsibility to them. That is why we work so hard to constantly improve the world class software we deliver. Kx is unique in its facility to both listen, and respond, with significant changes to each new annual release of kdb+ and our supporting range of products, solutions and tools.