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Dynatrace SaaS release notes version 1.275

Dynatrace

We have released Dynatrace version 1.275. To learn what’s new, have a look at the release notes. The post Dynatrace SaaS release notes version 1.275 appeared first on Dynatrace news.

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The Real Problem with Software Development

O'Reilly

A few weeks ago, I saw a tweet that said “Writing code isn’t the problem. Controlling complexity is.” I wish I could remember who said that; I will be quoting it a lot in the future. That statement nicely summarizes what makes software development difficult. It’s not just memorizing the syntactic details of some programming language, or the many functions in some API, but understanding and managing the complexity of the problem you’re trying to solve.

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Auto-Increment Counter Persistence in MySQL 8: Comparing the Evolution From MySQL 5.7

Percona

The auto-increment feature, which generates unique values for primary key columns, is an integral part of the database’s design. With the release of MySQL 8, a notable enhancement was introduced to the auto-increment counter. Compared to MySQL 5.7, this enhancement ensures that the maximum auto-increment counter value persists between server restarts, providing enhanced consistency and reliability in data management.

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How To Make Schema Changes and Not Die Trying

Percona

Schema changes are required to add new features or to fix bugs in an application. However, there is no standard procedure to make the changes in a quick and safe manner. If the changes are not made considering the necessary precautions, you may face unwanted outages on the database that can cause serious problems to your business. In this blog post, I will delve into the most important things to consider while preparing a schema change.