Kx strategic partnerships and investments, a conversation with Kris Inapurapu
3 Apr 2019
Kris Inapurapu discusses Kx Ventures i and key factors in Kx software strategic partnership. For startups working on cutting-edge low latency-focused big data problems, Kx wants to talk with them early in their product development lifecycle, before they have a minimum viable product to assess if there is a fit with Kx technology.
Working With Sym Files in kdb+
12 Mar 2019
Kdb+ developers often find themselves working on the largest real-time and historical data sets in the world. Managing them involves consuming feeds from multiple sources in parallel, performing in-memory analysis, and storing data on disk for future reference. This technical white paper looks at the sym file, a key component of kdb+ application architecture.
Kdb+/q Insights: Deferred Response
28 Feb 2019
A useful feature in kdb+ version 3.6 is the ability to defer the response to synchronous IPC messages. The value of this becomes more apparent when systems grow and have to handle many users. Deferred response can be considered a more efficient method to serve data to client process
2018 most read blogs: Python, Machine Learning, Cloud and kdb+ Performance
19 Dec 2018
In 2018 the most-read blogs on kx.com were about kdb+ and Python, machine learning, cloud and kdb+ performance benchmarks. The expansion of the use of kdb+ and Kx technologies in new industries like space research, transportation tech and precision manufacturing was also chronicled in 2018 blogs.
Q for All: Introduction to kdb+ and q video series by Jeffry Borror
4 Jun 2018
If you are considering learning how to use kdb+, and its built-in programming language q, or have just begun to work with it, you will want to check out the latest resources for getting started. Kx has created a video series called Q for All: Introduction to kdb+ and q, with Jeffry Borror. The two-hour,
Kx and the Internet of Things Asia
21 Apr 2017
Adoption of connected devices and Internet of Things data analysis has become a compelling business imperative for companies and countries around the world. In Asia, the IoT revolution has unique characteristics reflecting the infrastructure and politics of the region. The conference is fittingly held in Singapore, which is striving to become the world's first Smart City.