ArchiTECHt Daily: Fog, layoffs and, of course, deep learning

No news or analysis up here today, but there was a lot of good stuff published yesterday. Here are my
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ArchiTECHt Daily: Fog, layoffs and, of course, deep learning
By ARCHITECHT • Issue #14 • View online
No news or analysis up here today, but there was a lot of good stuff published yesterday. Here are my top 5 links:
Making Baidu’s PaddlePaddle platform run on Kubernetes: Baidu wants to see an environment where deep learning can run alongside the web server, data pipeline, etc., on the same cluster.
Deloittle predicts machine intelligence is a $31B market by 2019: I’ll buy it, especially when robots and analytics come into play.
OpenFog Consortium releases a reference architecture: This group has a lot of the right players on board, but it’s hard to see standards shaping up today without Amazon and Google involved.
Here’s how Evernote moved 3 petabytes of data to Google’s cloud: The headline kind of speaks for itself. That’s a lot of data—some 12 billion files—and no downtime.
Rackspace lays off 6 percent of U.S. workforce: Save for not calling out the divisions that aren’t performing up to expectations, this blog post from CEO Taylor Rhodes pretty much lays it all out there. 

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