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What is security analytics?


As organizations scale to modern multicloud environments, they’re met with increased complexity that makes managing security far more difficult. Vulnerabilities can enter the software development lifecycle (SDLC) at any stage and can have significant impact if left undetected. As a result, organizations are implementing security analytics to manage risk and improve DevSecOps efficiency.

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Sanity Testing vs. Regression Testing: Key Differences


As part of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC), different types of testing are performed, each targeting specific elements and aspects of the software application. Among those, sanity and regression testing are two of the most important types of software testing. Comparing sanity testing and regression testing, sanity testing is the process that involves a quick test of the software application when it goes through any minor changes to make sure that the software is stable for further tes

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Is Oracle Finally Killing MySQL?


Some 15 years ago, when Oracle acquired Sun, and hence MySQL, there was a lot of talk on the internet over when Oracle was going to “Kill MySQL” Multiple theories were circled around, ranging from killing MySQL altogether, so there is less competition to proprietary Oracle, or just killing it as an open source project, […]

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Understanding QEMU devices


Not sure where I came across this, but it is an excellent description of QEMU (and virtualization in general). I am very much a fan of this style of technical communication as exemplified in this final summary paragraph (the full article is longer): In summary, even though QEMU was first written as a way of … The post Understanding QEMU devices appeared first on n0derunner.

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A Practical Guide to PostgreSQL Indexes


PostgreSQL is known for its reliability and feature-rich environment, but as with any database, when datasets grow larger and query complexity increases, efficient data retrieval becomes crucial for maintaining optimal database performance. This is where indexes play a vital role, enhancing performance by allowing for faster data retrieval.