Wed.Sep 21, 2022

The Block Allocation Policy of Virtual Distributed File System at the Source Code Level

DZone

Alluxio workers are responsible for managing local resources, and they store data as blocks. Users can allocate different storage tiers as the resources for Alluxio workers, including MEM/SSD/HDD, which are further composed of directories.

New Bit Manipulation Functions in SQL Server 2022

SQL Performance

The need to manipulate data at the bit level with bitwise operations isn’t common in T-SQL, but you might stumble into such a need in some specialized scenarios.

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Native vs. Cross Platform: Decoding Best Choice for Your Apps

Simform

Native vs Cross platform applications have been a popular point of debate for developers throughout many years. The difference between Native and Cross platform solutions is not limited to performance but also considering their use cases and mapping-out some advantages and disadvantages.

Open A Digital Bank Account Using Your Mobile Banking App

Tech News Gather

We’ve all heard of digital banking, and we can open a digital bank account in just a few steps if we head to our trusted smartphone only. In this informative article, you’ll learn the benefits you get by opening an account digitally and what impact it has on your everyday transactions.

Native vs. Cross Platform: Decoding Best Choice for Your App Development

Simform

Native applications benefit the operating system's features and development environment. On the contrary, cross-platform apps help reduce time to market and costs. So, which one to choose?

AWS DynamoDB Best Practices: 10 Tips to Maximize Performance

Simform

Amazon DynamoDB is one of the fastest-growing database services today. However, it is a NoSQL database that requires data modeling quite different from SQL databases. In this blog post, you will find out some best practices by our experts for working with DynamoDB.