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A Perfect Storm in Availability and Performance Monitoring

December 2, 2013

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A Perfect Storm in Availability and Performance Monitoring Monitoring computing infrastructure and applications for capacity, availability, and performance is a business that has been around for a long time – in fact for just about as long as computers have been used for business critical applications (since the mainframe lead era of the 1960′s). Since […]

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10gen Is Now MongoDB To Reflect Focus On NoSQL Database

August 27, 2013

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10gen Is Now MongoDB To Reflect Focus On NoSQL Database 10gen is changing its name to MongoDB, the NoSQL technology that it developed and supports. The company said in an announcement of the news that the name unifies the open-source database project with the company behind it. The change is effective immediately. MongoDB is a […]

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Cultivating Hybrids: 4 Key Data Architectures for Scaling Infinitely

August 21, 2013

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Cultivating Hybrids: 4 Key Data Architectures for Scaling Infinitely It is the destiny of current data stores to be scaled. There is no way around it. You don’t even need a crystal ball or fortune teller to see this future. In this article, we will focus on the fundamental computer science behind horizontally scaling data […]

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NoSQL Databases, why we should use, and which one we should choose Paulo Ortins

August 14, 2013

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NoSQL Databases, why we should use, and which one we should choose Introduction In the last years, relational databases have been the only option when we talk about data persistence. Our unique choice have been which database we should use. Should we use a SQL Server? Should we use a MySql? Oracle? Even in these […]

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