In-Stream Big Data Processing

Highly Scalable

It is clear that distributed in-stream data processing has something to do with query processing in distributed relational databases. In a distributed database, division typically is not a part of the query processing itself because data sets are initially distributed among multiple nodes.

2019 PostgreSQL Trends Report: Private vs. Public Cloud, Migrations, Database Combinations & Top Reasons Used

Scalegrid

PostgreSQL is an open source relational database system that has soared in popularity over the past 30 years from its active, loyal, and growing community. 2019 PostgreSQL Trends Report: Private vs. Public Cloud, Migrations, Database Combos & Top Reasons Used Click To Tweet.

Back-to-Basics Weekend Reading - An Introduction to Spatial Database Systems

All Things Distributed

In 1994 Ralf Güting wrote an overview of the state of the art for a regular databases audience in a special issue on Spatial Database Systems of the VLDB Journal. Storing and querying datasets that contain objects in a geometric space have always required special treatment.

Exerting Fine Grain Control Over Your Cloud Resources - All Things.

All Things Distributed

By Werner Vogels on 07 July 2013 06:30 PM. As customers move increasing amounts of compute and database workloads over to AWS, they have expressed an increased desire for finer grain control over their underlying resources. All Things Distributed.

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Taking DynamoDB beyond Key-Value: Now with Faster, More Flexible, More Powerful Query Capabilities

All Things Distributed

We launched DynamoDB last year to address the need for a cloud database that provides seamless scalability, irrespective of whether you are doing ten transactions or ten million transactions, while providing rock solid durability and availability.

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Expanding the Cloud: More memory, more caching and more performance for your data

All Things Distributed

Today, we added two important choices for customers running high performance apps in the cloud: support for Redis in Amazon ElastiCache and a new high memory database instance (db.cr1.8xlarge) for Amazon RDS.

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Back-to-Basics Weekend Reading - Join Processing in Relational.

All Things Distributed

Back-to-Basics Weekend Reading - Join Processing in Relational Databases. By Werner Vogels on 12 April 2013 04:00 AM. Joins are one of the fundamental relational database query operations. Join Processing in Relational Databases , Priti Mishra and Margaret H.

Expanding the Cloud - Introducing AWS OpsWorks, a Powerful.

All Things Distributed

By Werner Vogels on 18 February 2013 11:30 PM. When a new app server instance starts, OpsWorks will use built-in recipes to configure the app server software and deploy your apps, and can also apply your specified recipes to make changes to your database and monitoring infrastructure.

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Simplifying Mobile App Data Management with DynamoDB's Fine-Grained Access Control

All Things Distributed

We created DynamoDB to make it easy to set up and scale databases so that developers can focus on building great apps without worrying about the muck of managing the database infrastructure.

Expanding the Cloud: Faster, More Flexible Queries with DynamoDB

All Things Distributed

By Werner Vogels on 17 April 2013 10:30 AM. database performance and scalability are critical for delivering new services to our 34+ million readers on any device. Database scalability is important for social games, which can attract tens of millions of players soon after launch.

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Back-to-Basics Weekend Reading - U-Net: A User-Level Network Interface

All Things Distributed

database replication, fault tolerance protocols) could not benefit from these advances at the network level. Many of you know Thorsten von Eicken as the founder of Rightscale , the company that has helped numerous organizations find their way onto AWS.

Back-to-Basics Weekend Reading - A Decomposition Storage Model

All Things Distributed

Traditionally records in a database were stored as such: the data in a row was stored together for easy and fast retrieval.

Back-to-Basics Weekend Reading - Epidemics - All Things Distributed

All Things Distributed

By Werner Vogels on 25 January 2013 06:00 PM. My paper to read this weekend was the Alan Demers seminal paper on epidemic techniques for database replication. Epidemic algorithms for replicated database maintenance. Epidemic algorithms in replicated databases. of Database.

Back-to-Basics Weekend Reading - Practical Applications of.

All Things Distributed

By Werner Vogels on 05 April 2013 08:30 AM. At the end of the 80s Ceri and Widom were researching the fundamentals of integrity constraints in databases. All Things Distributed. Werner Vogels weblog on building scalable and robust distributed systems.

Back-to-Basics Weekend Reading - Principles of Transaction.

All Things Distributed

Back-to-Basics Weekend Reading - Principles of Transaction-Oriented Database Recovery. By Werner Vogels on 29 March 2013 03:30 PM. A good early paper to start again is the Survey that Härder en Reuter did on Database Recovery in 1983. All Things Distributed.

DynamoDB One Year Later - All Things Distributed

All Things Distributed

By Werner Vogels on 07 March 2013 08:00 PM. Many of our customers have, with the click of a button, created DynamoDB deployments in a matter of minutes that are able to serve trillions of database requests per year. I am often asked: When is it appropriate to use DynamoDB instead of a relational database? We used relational databases when designing the Amazon.com ecommerce platform many years ago. This was the genesis of NoSQL databases like Dynamo at Amazon.

DynamoDB for Location Data: Geospatial querying on DynamoDB datasets

All Things Distributed

Over the past few years, two important trends that have been disrupting the database industry are mobile applications and big data. These factors have made DynamoDB a compelling database for mobile developers, who happen to be among the biggest adopters of this technology.

Speed Matters talk at Auckland Web Dev Nights

Speed Curve

Real User Monitoring (RUM) Pingdom New Relic (also backend, database and server health monitoring) Google Analytics mPulse. Here's the slides from my presentation at the Auckland Web Dev Nights meetup. It's an overview of why front-end performance matter, how to monitor it and the challenges faced when building for an increasingly mobile world. Content. Why speed matters, examples of the impact saving a few seconds of load time has had on revenue and engagement.

Elastic Beanstalk a la Node - All Things Distributed

All Things Distributed

By Werner Vogels on 11 March 2013 04:00 PM. These developers typically use EC2 instances combined with one of our database services to create web services used for data retrievals or to create dynamic mobile interfaces. Elastic Beanstalk seamlessly connects your application to an RDS database, secures your application inside a VPC, and allows you to integrate with any AWS resource using a new mechanism called configuration files. All Things Distributed.

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Self-Insuring Software Assets

The Agile Manager

If regulation changes and we need to capture additional data, if a nightly data import process chokes on a value we hadn't anticipated, if our stored procedures mysteriously fail after a database upgrade, if the latest release of FireFox doesn't like the Javascript generated by one of our helper classes, it's our problem to sort out. When we buy a house, we also buy insurance on the house.

Sector Seven Is Clear

The Agile Manager

It's easy to become proficient in a narrow field, such as a specific database or programming language. Many years ago, there was a television ad that showed an intruder being chased through a building by two security guards. The guards chase him from room to room, and ultimately down a long hallway. At the mid-point of the hallway, there's a line painted on the floor and wall. On one side of the line is a large number 7, on the other is the number 8.

PostgreSQL Trends: Most Popular Cloud Providers, Languages, VACUUM, Query Management Strategies & Deployment Types in Enterprise

Scalegrid

As this open source database continues to pull new users from expensive commercial database management systems like Oracle, DB2 and SQL Server, organizations are adopting new approaches and evolving their own to maintain the exceptional performance of their SQL deployments. We recently attended the PostgresConf event in San Jose to hear from the most active PostgreSQL user base on their database management strategies.

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Upcoming Webinar Tuesday, 7/31: Using MySQL for Distributed Database Architectures

Percona

Please join Percona’s CEO, Peter Zaitsev as he presents Using MySQL for Distributed Database Architectures on Tuesday, July 31st, 2018 at 7:00 AM PDT (UTC-7) / 10:00 AM EDT (UTC-4). 5000 named Percona to their list in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

Should You Use ClickHouse as a Main Operational Database?

Percona

What if we use ClickHouse (which is a columnar analytical database) as our main datastore? Well, typically, an analytical database is not a replacement for a transactional or key/value datastore. how many messages was send for some time period and how much it cost) and a typical key/value queries like: “return 1 message by the message id” Using a columnar analytical database can be a big challenge here. 2013 ? 2013 ?

Highly Available Redis Clusters with Automated Sharding Launches at ScaleGrid

Scalegrid

January 24, 2019 – ScaleGrid , a rising leader in the Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) space, has just announced support for Redis Clusters on their fully managed Redis hosting plans. ScaleGrid is no novice when it comes to deploying and managing complex, sharded clusters in the cloud, as they have provided one of the most powerful sharding tools for their MongoDB hosting solutions since 2013. PALO ALTO, Calif.,

Webinar Tuesday, 8/28: Forking or Branching – Lessons from the MySQL Community

Percona

5000 named Percona to their list in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. Peter frequently speaks as an expert lecturer at MySQL and related conferences, and regularly posts on the Percona Database Performance Blog.

AMD EPYC 7002 Series Processors and SQL Server

SQL Performance

Single-Socket Database Servers. This is the first time any server vendor has even bothered to submit a TPC-E result for an AMD-based system since 2013.

Data Mining Problems in Retail

Highly Scalable

Retail is one of the most important business domains for data science and data mining applications because of its prolific data and numerous optimization problems such as optimal prices, discounts, recommendations, and stock levels that can be solved using data analysis methods.

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AWS EC2 Virtualization 2017: Introducing Nitro

Brendan Gregg

But not all workloads: some are network bound (proxies) and storage bound (databases). ## 5. Xen AWS 2013 Starting in 2013, some EC2 instance types began supporting hardware virtualization for network interfaces: Single Root I/O Virtualization (SR-IOV).

Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For September 28th, 2018

High Scalability

MrTonyD : I was writing production code over 30 years ago (C, OS, database). Hey, it's HighScalability time: @danielbryantuk : "A LAMP stack is a good thing. Never inflict a distributed system on yourself unless you have too." mipsytipsy #CloudNativeLondon. Do you like this sort of Stuff?

Expanding the Cloud – An AWS Region is coming to Hong Kong

All Things Distributed

In 2013, AWS opened an office in Hong Kong. Beyond running their web properties and applications, Next Digital also uses Amazon RDS (database), Amazon ElastiCache (caching), and Amazon Redshift (data warehousing).

How Improving Website Performance Can Help Save The Planet

Smashing Magazine

The Green Web Foundation maintains an ever-growing database of web hosts who are either wholly powered by renewable energy or are at least committed to being carbon neutral. In 2013, A List Apart published Sustainable Web Design by James Christie.

Transforming enterprise integration with reactive streams

O'Reilly Software

In addition to that, software is increasingly dependent on other software to provide its functionality, be it WebServices, HTTP APIs, databases, or even external devices such as sensors. HTTP, TCP, FTP, MQTT, JMS), databases (i.e.,