Legal Informatics with AWS CloudSearch – Slides for tonight’s AWS Michigan meetup

  Tonight, Eric and I will be presenting back-to-back talks at the AWS Michigan meetup (hosted by the Tech Brewery this time).  Eric will be detailing a large Matlab HPC experiment we ran this summer to optimize parameters for a trading strategy; this one is a great AWS case study, as we crunch 10B inputs

By |2012-10-09T09:50:29-04:00October 9th, 2012|Cloud, Consulting, Law, Programming, Technology|1 Comment

OTM in the Cloud: Hosting Architectures, Part 2 – 1+RDS

  In our last post on cloud architectures, I covered a simple one-node Oracle Transportation Management instance on Amazon Web Services using EC2.  This OTM cloud hosting configuration is well-suited to a development environment and is a very inexpensive option for teams that have on-staff database administration skills.   For teams that do not have the

By |2012-05-31T18:36:06-04:00May 31st, 2012|Cloud, Consulting, Technology|0 Comments

Oracle Transportation Management (OTM) in the Cloud: Hosting Architectures, Part I – Single Node

  As I mentioned on Monday, I'll be starting a series of posts on Oracle Transportation Management (OTM) in the cloud.  In the first stage of these posts, I'll be covering the set of feasible architectures given the infrastructure offerings at Amazon Web Services.  And, as you might expect, we'll be starting with the simplest

By |2012-05-23T21:12:03-04:00May 23rd, 2012|Company News, Consulting, Technology|1 Comment

Visualizing the #nonato Twitter hashtag – time series and top users

  The NATO summit is currently being held in Chicago, and, as is typical for NATO or G# summits, the streets and tweets are full of dissent.  In the spirit of my past investigations of online dissent (#jan25, #25bahman, #12fev, #wiunion, #cn220, #march15), I thought I would investigate the #nonato tag, where Twitter users around

By |2012-05-21T09:49:15-04:00May 21st, 2012|Consulting, Programming, Technology|0 Comments

eDiscovery Consulting in the Cloud: Searching an Outlook mailbox and attachments

  You may have noticed that I keep talking about eDiscovery consulting and legal search in the cloud.  I've covered searching the Supreme Court with new technologies in analytics and the cloud, making certain types of emails searchable on Amazon's cloud, and even eDiscovery and the cloud at a high level.  While these posts are

By |2012-05-19T16:59:10-04:00May 19th, 2012|Cloud, Consulting, Law, Technology|1 Comment

“Google” for subpoenaed emails: AWS CloudSearch for eDiscovery

  In the last post on AWS CloudSearch, I provided a tutorial on the creation of a simple CloudSearch domain for Supreme Court decisions.  This walkthrough described the steps of creating a domain, configuring access policies and indexing, populating the index, and using the search API.  We were left with a functioning case search database.  

By |2012-04-21T12:49:16-04:00April 21st, 2012|Cloud, Law, Programming, Technology|0 Comments

Updated Michigan Compiled Laws (MCL) XML

  Last August, I released an XML copy of the Michigan Compiled Laws (MCL).  As an example of what could be done with the structured data, I also created a single-page HTML version generated from the XML.  Since then, there's been significant activity in the state statutory arena; my favorite example is Virginia Decoded, a

By |2012-04-14T14:13:40-04:00April 14th, 2012|Law, Technology|5 Comments

Now hosted on EC2

  After a few days of configuration and testing, it's official - bommaritollc.com and computationallegalstudies.com will now be hosted on an AWS EC2 instance with S3 acting as CDN for large files.  If you notice any issues with performance or see any missing images, make sure to shoot me an email.

By |2012-02-01T07:48:42-05:00February 1st, 2012|Technology|0 Comments

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