Pie day!

At Yahara, we never miss an opportunity for sweet treats, especially if the excuse for treats is a nerdy one. Just look at the awesome spread we had on 3.14!

 

  • 16 March 2017
  • Author: Abbey_Host
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The second installment in our 5 part series details a presentation made by senior architect Chad Mckee about securing transportation data.

Chad Mckee is a senior architect at Yahara Software and one of the key authors of Yahara Software's System Integration Framework.  He has extensive experience in working vehicular telemetric data and providing complex analytics and visualization capabilities. Chad addressed the Tap Into Technology audience about securing transportation data from IOT sources using certificate authorities and certificate pinning to prevent man-in-the-middle attacks. 

  • 20 October 2016
  • Author: Abbey_Host
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In this 5 part series, we will summarize topics covered at a recent Tap into Security event. The first installment details a presentation made by consultant Abbey Vangeloff illustrating a laboratory assessment program implemented for a US based client.

In this 5 part series, we will summarize the major topics covered at a recent Tap into Security event. The first installment details a presentation made by consultant Abbey Vangeloff illustrating a laboratory assessment program implemented for a US based client. Since this was a multi-tenant database, it was imperative that we create a secure environment where each user had access to only their own data. Perhaps more importantly, we wanted to create an atmosphere for the users where they could be confident they knew the correct workflows for keeping their local assessment data secure and only publishing the data to the national level that they wanted to share. 

  • 16 September 2016
  • Author: Abbey_Host
  • Number of views: 367
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Applying Big Data concepts at any scale

How big is Big?

Data aggregation projects can be daunting. Finding all your data, getting it to the same location, and getting it to play nicely together can be quite a task. But, by taking principles that have guided Big Data projects, and applying them to your small, medium, or large data project you can take some of the guesswork out of the process. This article outlines the steps and key questions that can help any project be successful.

  • 1 September 2016
  • Author: Abbey_Host
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NextGen Sequencing, Listeria, and Cool Tools

Didn't get a chance to make it to the annual APHL conference this year? No worries, Mary Kate from JMC will catch you up on all the interesting information, cool success stories, and useful new tools. You can also check out the links to the APHL website for more in depth information and complete speaker abstracts and presentations.

  • 6 July 2016
  • Author: Abbey_Host
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