What is Greenplum Database? Intro to the Big Data Database


Greenplum Database is a massively parallel processing (MPP) SQL database that is built and based on PostgreSQL. Greenplum Database is an open-source , hardware-agnostic MPP database for analytics, based on PostgreSQL and developed by Pivotal who was later acquired by VMware.

Reducing Your Database Hosting Costs: DigitalOcean vs. AWS vs. Azure


If you’re hosting your databases in the cloud, choosing the right cloud service provider is a significant decision to make for your long-term hosting costs. Over the last few weeks, we have been inundated with requests from SMB customers looking to improve the ROI on their database hosting.

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Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For June 22nd, 2018

High Scalability

using them to respond to storage events on s3 or database events or auth events is super easy and powerful. Hey, it's HighScalability time: 4 th of July may never be the same. China creates stunning non- polluting drone swarm firework displays.

How to maximize CPU performance for PostgreSQL 12.0 benchmarks on Linux


HammerDB doesn’t publish competitive database benchmarks, instead we always encourage people to be better informed by running their own. We don’t have to stop there, we can also change the energy performance bias setting to performance as well./x86_energy_perf_policy

Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For June 15th, 2018

High Scalability

1.6x : better deep learning cluster scheduling on k8s; 100,000 : Large-scale Diverse Driving Video Database; 3rd : reddit popularity in the US; 50% : increase in Neural Information Processing System papers, AI bubble? Hey, it's HighScalability time: Scaling fake ratings.

How Improving Website Performance Can Help Save The Planet

Smashing Magazine

But as it stands, websites are growing ever more obese, which means that the energy demand of the Internet is continuing to grow exponentially. Since 2009, Greenpeace has been putting pressure on big Internet companies to clean up their energy mix by way of their Clicking Clean campaign.

Use Parallel Analysis – Not Parallel Query – for Fast Data Access and Scalable Computing Power

ScaleOut Software

Application developers often deploy IMDGs as a distributed cache that sits between an application and its database; the IMDG offloads ephemeral data from the database. Offloading the database boosts performance, reduces bottlenecks, and lowers costs.

COLD, WARM, HOT … CLEAN, DIRTY, FREE … What Does All This Mean?

SQL Server According to Bob

The CPU has a property of requiring electricity and the physical translation of that energy into CPU activity results in heat. If you talk about database pages HOT is a good thing. If the database page is held in the SQL Server Buffer Pool, main ram it is called HOT. CLEAN, DIRTY, FREE SQL Server tracks database pages in RAM or BPE (Buffer Pool Extension) with a BUF structure. When the database page is. I was asked about these terms from a blog reader.

How architecture evolves into strategy

O'Reilly Software

Entropy" refers to the second law of thermodynamics, which roughly states that systems over time will degrade into an increasingly chaotic state, such that the amount of energy in the system available for work is diminished.

Frankenstein Migration: Framework-Agnostic Approach (Part 1)

Smashing Magazine

And like any other revolution, this approach might have side-effects, issues, and people full of energy to claim that this is not going to work even before they try. Frankenstein Migration: Framework-Agnostic Approach (Part 1). Frankenstein Migration: Framework-Agnostic Approach (Part 1).

State Management and Scheduling with the Amazon EC2 Container Service

All Things Distributed

Furthermore, they felt that this was undifferentiated heavy lifting and would rather focus their energy on running their applications and growing their businesses. There is nothing to install and no database to manage. Last November, I had the pleasure of announcing the preview of Amazon EC2 Container Service (ECS) at re:Invent.