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  • 16 Feb 2020
    The number of connected devices is expected to reach 50 billion by 2020, resulting in a huge rise in the volume of data generation. The growth in the number of devices is changing the existence and behavior of data. This data presents real-time access for businesses to view how its products are being utilized and doing in the market. Companies need to classify and proceed with this data immediately, or else they can lose out to competitors, as the latency in capturing important data will make the insights perishable.   Do you know what perishable insights are? If not! Here you’ll get a detailed overview of these insights and streaming solutions to gain these perishable insights. Join our Informatica Training to learn the practical implementation of all aspects of Informatica.   What are Perishable Insights?   Perishable insights can present multiple values to the data than conventional analytics, but the value ends and fades away once the moment has left.   Sometimes even a single minute is too late. Do you know how to process, evaluate and operate on data rapidly? What prospects are you missing? It’s not economical to store complete data, particularly when it has a low-value or yet to be supposed a sun-necessary. But it is very important to look over and analyze all the data to differentiate the signal from noise or determine what you need to preserve. There is value in identifying the signal in the old data.   Informatica’s Data Engineering Streaming   In the recent release of Informatica Data Engineering Streaming 10.4 version, Informatica added the following new features and functionalities to help data engineers to sense, reason and act on real-time trusted data for actionable insights, while data is still under generation.   Data quality transformations in Streaming   Data Engineering Streaming (DES) carry Data quality transformations on concurrent streaming data to ensure high-quality data gets ingested into the data lake for batching and streaming. It supports drive industry practices, such as targeted marketing campaigns in retail, predictive management in manufacturing, fraud recognition in banking and medical research optimization in healthcare.     Streaming on Azure Databricks and Databricks Delta:    Informatica users can now perform streaming operations on Azure Databricks with Databricks Delta as a target. This feature will help you to create and configure streaming data pipelines with the use of Spark Structured Streaming and keep the data in Databricks Delta.   Confluent Schema Registry Support:    The Confluent Schema Registry assists the users to run complex hierarchical data from Kafka. Users can also utilize DES with SSL-enabled Kafka. It also assists complex parsing of customized industry message formats like HL7 by integrating it with Informatica Intelligent Structure Discovery (ISD).   Enhanced Connectivity Across AWS and Microsoft Azure:    DES comprises of better connectivity to cloud ecosystems that include Databricks Delta, ADLS Gen2 and Snowflake. Users can now process streaming jobs on ephemeral clusters in the cloud.   Governance for Streaming Data Flow Pipelines:    Users can govern their mission-critical streaming pipelines with continuous lineage for DES mapping in Informatica Enterprise Data Catalog.   Enhanced Support for Change Data Capture (CDC) Data:    Informatica consumers can now capture change data from transactional systems by means of CDC streaming methods and perform machine learning algorithms to sense possible fraud or make tailored real-time offers.   If you want to learn more about this new DES features, join in Informatica Training online and learn all the use cases performed in different industries. ExistBI has authorized Informatica Partners, with offices in the US, UK, and Europe they provide training across the globe.
    325 Posted by Bronson Ben
  • The number of connected devices is expected to reach 50 billion by 2020, resulting in a huge rise in the volume of data generation. The growth in the number of devices is changing the existence and behavior of data. This data presents real-time access for businesses to view how its products are being utilized and doing in the market. Companies need to classify and proceed with this data immediately, or else they can lose out to competitors, as the latency in capturing important data will make the insights perishable.   Do you know what perishable insights are? If not! Here you’ll get a detailed overview of these insights and streaming solutions to gain these perishable insights. Join our Informatica Training to learn the practical implementation of all aspects of Informatica.   What are Perishable Insights?   Perishable insights can present multiple values to the data than conventional analytics, but the value ends and fades away once the moment has left.   Sometimes even a single minute is too late. Do you know how to process, evaluate and operate on data rapidly? What prospects are you missing? It’s not economical to store complete data, particularly when it has a low-value or yet to be supposed a sun-necessary. But it is very important to look over and analyze all the data to differentiate the signal from noise or determine what you need to preserve. There is value in identifying the signal in the old data.   Informatica’s Data Engineering Streaming   In the recent release of Informatica Data Engineering Streaming 10.4 version, Informatica added the following new features and functionalities to help data engineers to sense, reason and act on real-time trusted data for actionable insights, while data is still under generation.   Data quality transformations in Streaming   Data Engineering Streaming (DES) carry Data quality transformations on concurrent streaming data to ensure high-quality data gets ingested into the data lake for batching and streaming. It supports drive industry practices, such as targeted marketing campaigns in retail, predictive management in manufacturing, fraud recognition in banking and medical research optimization in healthcare.     Streaming on Azure Databricks and Databricks Delta:    Informatica users can now perform streaming operations on Azure Databricks with Databricks Delta as a target. This feature will help you to create and configure streaming data pipelines with the use of Spark Structured Streaming and keep the data in Databricks Delta.   Confluent Schema Registry Support:    The Confluent Schema Registry assists the users to run complex hierarchical data from Kafka. Users can also utilize DES with SSL-enabled Kafka. It also assists complex parsing of customized industry message formats like HL7 by integrating it with Informatica Intelligent Structure Discovery (ISD).   Enhanced Connectivity Across AWS and Microsoft Azure:    DES comprises of better connectivity to cloud ecosystems that include Databricks Delta, ADLS Gen2 and Snowflake. Users can now process streaming jobs on ephemeral clusters in the cloud.   Governance for Streaming Data Flow Pipelines:    Users can govern their mission-critical streaming pipelines with continuous lineage for DES mapping in Informatica Enterprise Data Catalog.   Enhanced Support for Change Data Capture (CDC) Data:    Informatica consumers can now capture change data from transactional systems by means of CDC streaming methods and perform machine learning algorithms to sense possible fraud or make tailored real-time offers.   If you want to learn more about this new DES features, join in Informatica Training online and learn all the use cases performed in different industries. ExistBI has authorized Informatica Partners, with offices in the US, UK, and Europe they provide training across the globe.
    Feb 16, 2020 325
  • 26 Oct 2019
    Foam insulation   Foam insulation is what keeps hot foods, hotter, longer, in delivery bags. It is found between the outer layer of fabric and the inner lining of the bag, acting to reduce heat conduction (the transfer of heat through a solid), with its excellent insulating abilities. We carry insulated food delivery bags with 1″ or 2″ thick insulation within their cores.   Foam insulation can be closed cell or open cell in nature, with closed cell being a better insulator, but significantly more expensive, heavier, and rigid than open cell foam.   Open cell foam is less expensive than closed cell foam, light in weight, and easy to compress, making it ideal for insulating delivery bags in food service applications. Rarely will you find closed cell insulation in an insulated delivery bag.     Types of Foam Insulation   There are three main types of foam insulation used in insulating delivery bags: polyvinyl chloride (PVC), polyurethane (PU), and polyester.   Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Foam Insulation   A type of thermoplastic polymer, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is a durable, cost-effective material. It’s available in hard or soft forms, with soft PVC being the more common form used in insulating delivery bags. Soft PVC is extremely flexible thanks to a higher concentration of plasticizer than hard PVC contains. It’s also resistant to oil, grease, and chemicals, making it ideal for high volume food service applications.   Polyurethane (PU) Foam Insulation   Commonly referred to as PU, polyurethane is a polymer that is considered to be a highly resilient, flexible, and durable material. It’s extremely versatile, and because it’s PVC free, it’s becoming increasingly popular as a foam insulation option.   Polyurethane is breathable thanks to its open cell design, which means it’s also highly resistant to mildew and won’t trap odors. It’s also light weight, making it ideal for food delivery personnel to carry from one location to the next.   We offer polyurethane-insulated food bags and polyurethane-insulated pizza bags.     Polyester Foam Insulation   Polyester foam is a type of polyurethane that features a higher tensile strength than its polyurethane foam counterpart (polyether). This results in a foam that is just as flexible, breathable, and light weight as traditional polyurethane foam, but with superior cut resistance, too.   Insulated Food Delivery Bag Uses     Delivering foods from kitchen to customer can prove to be challenging without the right tools for successful delivery.   Pizzas may get cold before they arrive to their destination, and they may get shuffled around in their pizza boxes.   Cans of soda may get shaken up, sandwiches may deconstruct, and your signature mac-and-cheese may lose its cheese during transport.   This is where insulated food delivery bags come into the picture.
    379 Posted by Bronson Ben
  • Foam insulation   Foam insulation is what keeps hot foods, hotter, longer, in delivery bags. It is found between the outer layer of fabric and the inner lining of the bag, acting to reduce heat conduction (the transfer of heat through a solid), with its excellent insulating abilities. We carry insulated food delivery bags with 1″ or 2″ thick insulation within their cores.   Foam insulation can be closed cell or open cell in nature, with closed cell being a better insulator, but significantly more expensive, heavier, and rigid than open cell foam.   Open cell foam is less expensive than closed cell foam, light in weight, and easy to compress, making it ideal for insulating delivery bags in food service applications. Rarely will you find closed cell insulation in an insulated delivery bag.     Types of Foam Insulation   There are three main types of foam insulation used in insulating delivery bags: polyvinyl chloride (PVC), polyurethane (PU), and polyester.   Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Foam Insulation   A type of thermoplastic polymer, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is a durable, cost-effective material. It’s available in hard or soft forms, with soft PVC being the more common form used in insulating delivery bags. Soft PVC is extremely flexible thanks to a higher concentration of plasticizer than hard PVC contains. It’s also resistant to oil, grease, and chemicals, making it ideal for high volume food service applications.   Polyurethane (PU) Foam Insulation   Commonly referred to as PU, polyurethane is a polymer that is considered to be a highly resilient, flexible, and durable material. It’s extremely versatile, and because it’s PVC free, it’s becoming increasingly popular as a foam insulation option.   Polyurethane is breathable thanks to its open cell design, which means it’s also highly resistant to mildew and won’t trap odors. It’s also light weight, making it ideal for food delivery personnel to carry from one location to the next.   We offer polyurethane-insulated food bags and polyurethane-insulated pizza bags.     Polyester Foam Insulation   Polyester foam is a type of polyurethane that features a higher tensile strength than its polyurethane foam counterpart (polyether). This results in a foam that is just as flexible, breathable, and light weight as traditional polyurethane foam, but with superior cut resistance, too.   Insulated Food Delivery Bag Uses     Delivering foods from kitchen to customer can prove to be challenging without the right tools for successful delivery.   Pizzas may get cold before they arrive to their destination, and they may get shuffled around in their pizza boxes.   Cans of soda may get shaken up, sandwiches may deconstruct, and your signature mac-and-cheese may lose its cheese during transport.   This is where insulated food delivery bags come into the picture.
    Oct 26, 2019 379
  • 24 Oct 2019
    First, you must understand if you truly need an Airbnb property management company as discussed in the prior article. With the tools available, you can often reduce your time commitment considerably while increasing your income and the guest experience. Seriously, if you haven’t read it, I lay out exactly how I remotely manage all my Airbnb listings, some I’ve never seen in person.   However, some people are not cut out to be an Airbnb host for any number of reasons. There’s nothing wrong with that. In fact, I salute you for knowing yourself. But knowing yourself if just half the battle. Now, you need to find and choose a good Airbnb property management company.     Choosing the wrong Airbnb property management company will cost you time and money. Choosing the right company will save you time and earn you more money.   Pros of a Good Airbnb Property Management Company   A year-round impeccably clean home Professionals handling home maintenance, repairs, and upgrades Faster respond times to guests (increases conversion rate from inquiry to reservation) Round the clock on-call emergency contact Knowledge (how Airbnb works, handling insurance claims, recommendations for trusted smart locks, etc.) Connections (established and trialed cleaners, maintenance staff, etc.) Increased occupancy and nightly rate as they should be monitoring this regularly   Questions To Ask Your Potential Airbnb Property Manager   Choose a few of the below questions to ask based on what’s important to you or what’s lacking from the information you were able to gather from them with your online research. Always dig for more. Ask ‘why’ and ‘how’ often:     Do you monitor guest reviews? What is the biggest issue you have with managing all of your properties? What percentage of their existing hosts are Superhosts? How do you handle early check-in and late check-out requests? Will I have my own account or does my listing go on your account? How do you hire cleaners? How do they price your calendar? How long does the average host stay with the company? Who would the guest contact at 11 pm on a Friday night? Or 6 am on a Tuesday morning? Do they use an Airbnb message automation service? What Does An Airbnb Property Management Company Charge?   What To Do If You’re Unhappy With Your Airbnb Property Manager   Let’s assume you found this article after you already hired a bad Airbnb property management company and you want to fire them. First, you need to read the contract.   Next, you want to find what your options are. It’s possible you don’t have many. Finally, you always want to remain on positive terms with the Airbnb property management company. They should be a professional organization.
    378 Posted by Bronson Ben
  • First, you must understand if you truly need an Airbnb property management company as discussed in the prior article. With the tools available, you can often reduce your time commitment considerably while increasing your income and the guest experience. Seriously, if you haven’t read it, I lay out exactly how I remotely manage all my Airbnb listings, some I’ve never seen in person.   However, some people are not cut out to be an Airbnb host for any number of reasons. There’s nothing wrong with that. In fact, I salute you for knowing yourself. But knowing yourself if just half the battle. Now, you need to find and choose a good Airbnb property management company.     Choosing the wrong Airbnb property management company will cost you time and money. Choosing the right company will save you time and earn you more money.   Pros of a Good Airbnb Property Management Company   A year-round impeccably clean home Professionals handling home maintenance, repairs, and upgrades Faster respond times to guests (increases conversion rate from inquiry to reservation) Round the clock on-call emergency contact Knowledge (how Airbnb works, handling insurance claims, recommendations for trusted smart locks, etc.) Connections (established and trialed cleaners, maintenance staff, etc.) Increased occupancy and nightly rate as they should be monitoring this regularly   Questions To Ask Your Potential Airbnb Property Manager   Choose a few of the below questions to ask based on what’s important to you or what’s lacking from the information you were able to gather from them with your online research. Always dig for more. Ask ‘why’ and ‘how’ often:     Do you monitor guest reviews? What is the biggest issue you have with managing all of your properties? What percentage of their existing hosts are Superhosts? How do you handle early check-in and late check-out requests? Will I have my own account or does my listing go on your account? How do you hire cleaners? How do they price your calendar? How long does the average host stay with the company? Who would the guest contact at 11 pm on a Friday night? Or 6 am on a Tuesday morning? Do they use an Airbnb message automation service? What Does An Airbnb Property Management Company Charge?   What To Do If You’re Unhappy With Your Airbnb Property Manager   Let’s assume you found this article after you already hired a bad Airbnb property management company and you want to fire them. First, you need to read the contract.   Next, you want to find what your options are. It’s possible you don’t have many. Finally, you always want to remain on positive terms with the Airbnb property management company. They should be a professional organization.
    Oct 24, 2019 378