Thu.Jan 14, 2021

Auditing PostgreSQL Using pgAudit

Scalegrid

Auditing in information technology (IT) is a process of examining an organization’s IT infrastructure to ensure compliance with the requirements imposed by recognized standards or established policies.

7 Ways to Capture Java Heap Dumps

DZone

Heap Dumps are vital artifacts to diagnose memory-related problems such as slow memory leaks, Garbage Collection problems, and java.lang.OutOfMemoryError.They are also vital artifacts to optimize the memory consumption. There are great tools like Eclipse MAT and Heap Hero to analyze heap dumps. However, you need to provide these tools with heap dumps captured in the correct format. This article gives you multiple options to capture heap dumps.

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Top Frontend Frameworks

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Frontend frameworks let you hit the ground running when developing a new website. Due to their popularity, a wide array of frontend frameworks are available, and new ones emerge on a regular basis. Because there are so many to choose from, pinpointing the right frontend framework can be tricky.

Gzip a File in Ruby

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At the start of the year, I looked into how to better compress the output of a Jekyll site. I’ll write up the results to that soon. For now, here’s how to gzip a file using Ruby. Enter zlib. Contained within the Ruby standard library is the Zlib module which gives access to the underlying zlib library. It is used to read and write files in gzip format. Here’s a small program to read in a file, compress it and save it as a gzip file. ruby performance compression gzip gzip compression