Armin Wasicek is a senior software engineer at Sumo Logic working on advanced analytics. Previously, he spent many happy years as a researcher in academia and industry. His interests are machine learning, security and the internet of things. Armin holds PhD and MSc degrees from Technical University Vienna, Austria and he was a Marie Curie Fellow at University of California, Berkeley.
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While deep learning, machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) may seem to be used synonymously, there are clear differences. One school of thought is that artificial intelligence is a larger umbrella category under which machine learning falls and deep learning falls under machine learning. Therefore, while everything that is categorized as deep learning or machine learning is part of the artificial [...]
This year, at Sumo Logic’s third annual user conference, Illuminate 2018, we presented Sumo Logic Notebooks as a way to do data science in Sumo Logic. Sumo Logic Notebooks are an experimental feature that integrate Sumo Logic, notebooks and common machine learning frameworks. They are a bold attempt to go beyond what the current Sumo Logic product has to offer and enable a data science workflow leveraging our core [...]
The Sumo query language can be a source of joy and pain at times. Achieving mastery is no easy path and all who set on this path may suffer greatly until they see the light. The Log Operators Cheat Sheet is a valuable resource to learn syntax and semantics of the individual operators, but the bigger questions become “how can we tie them together” and “how can we write query language that matters?”
Memory leaks happen when programs allocate more memory than they return. Memory is beside Compute one of the critical assets of any computer system. If a machine runs out of memory, it cannot provide its service. In the worst case, the entire machine might crash and tear down all running programs. The bugs responsible for that misbehavior are often hard to find. Sumo’s collector enables monitoring memory [...]