Sat.Apr 15, 2023 - Fri.Apr 21, 2023

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5 DNS Troubleshooting Tips for Network Teams

DZone

“Set it and forget it” is the approach that most network teams follow with their authoritative Domain Name System (DNS). If the system is working and end-users find network connections to revenue-generating applications, services, and content, then administrators will generally say that you shouldn’t mess with success. Unfortunately, the reliability of DNS often causes us to take it for granted.

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Data privacy by design: How an observability platform protects data security

Dynatrace

Creating an ecosystem that facilitates data security and data privacy by design can be difficult, but it’s critical to securing information. When organizations focus on data privacy by design, they build security considerations into cloud systems upfront rather than as a bolt-on consideration. Practices include continuous security testing, promoting a mature DevSecOps culture, and more.

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Using Encryption-at-Rest for PostgreSQL in Kubernetes

Percona

Data-at-rest encryption is essential for compliance with regulations that require the protection of sensitive data. Encryption can help organizations comply with regulations and avoid legal consequences and fines. It is also critical for securing sensitive data and avoiding data breaches. PostgreSQL does not natively support Transparent Data Encryption (TDE).

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Demystifying LLMs with Amazon distinguished scientists

All Things Distributed

To learn more about large language models (LLMs), foundation models, and other advances in ML, I sat with two of Amazon’s distinguished scientists, Sudipta Sengupta and Dan Roth.

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How to Move System Databases to Different Locations in SQL Server on Linux

DZone

Linux is a complex operating system, undoubtedly very secure but complex, especially for users who never had experience working on the Linux platform. As you know, the SQL Server on Linux is becoming mature and easy to use. Still, it does not support MMC consoles in Linux which makes the administration of the SQL Server a little bit complicated. In this article, I will explain how we can move the system databases to different locations in Ubuntu Linux.

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OneAgent release notes version 1.263

Dynatrace

We released Dynatrace OneAgent and ActiveGate version 1.263. To learn what’s new, have a look at: OneAgent release notes ActiveGate release notes The post OneAgent release notes version 1.263 appeared first on Dynatrace news.

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MySQL 8.0.33 – A Quick Peek

Percona

MySQL released version 8.0.33 on April 18th, featuring some attention-catching features. This blog post is a quick review of the release notes looking for the exciting items, and comments in italics are solely my own. User-defined collations are now deprecated and will be removed in a future version. This is probably not a show-stopper for most and probably a scary situation for those dependent on them as there may not be an alternative.

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Okta + SAML + JBoss EAP 6.4.x + Picketlink

DZone

In this article, I explain how to provide Okta authentication to your web application hosted on a JBoss EAP 6.4.x server. In this example, we provide authentication to internal users (who are logged in in the customer network) and external users (from the internet) who may be third-party collaborators such as carriers, partners, etc.

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Tailored access management, Part 2: Onboard users to Grail and AppEngine

Dynatrace

In Part 1 of this blog post series , we introduced the concept of security policies in preparation for upcoming enhancements to the Dynatrace platform. Security policies give authorized users access to Dynatrace capabilities, such as Grail and its add-ons, exploratory analytics, and Dynatrace AppEngine. Modern authorization concepts for the Dynatrace platform With the introduction of Dynatrace Grail™ and AppEngine, we’re changing how access management is provided on the new platform.

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Upgrading to MySQL 8: Tools That Can Help

Percona

As we approach end of life for MySQL 5.7 later this year, many businesses are currently working towards upgrading to MySQL 8. Such major version upgrades are rarely simple, but thankfully there are tools that can help smooth the process and ensure a successful upgrade. It should be noted that while the technical aspects of the upgrade process are beyond the scope of this blog post, it is crucial to create a testing environment to verify the upgrade before proceeding to upgrade your production se

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Integration Testing: What is it? – A Full Guide

Testlodge

Integration testing involves taking units or modules and testing how they work once integrated with a system’s other units. A module can be something as simple as a bug fix, a story, or something more extensive such as adding a new feature or third-party option to a system. When and How to Perform Integration Testing There are four levels of software testing: Unit testing , Integration testing, System Testing, and Acceptance testing.

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What Is Platform Engineering? How To Get Started

DZone

Platform engineering is the discipline of building and maintaining a self-service platform for developers. The platform provides a set of cloud-native tools and services to help developers deliver applications quickly and efficiently. The goal of platform engineering is to improve developer experience (DX) by standardizing and automating most of the tasks in the software delivery lifecycle (SDLC).

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Dynatrace SaaS release notes version 1.264

Dynatrace

We have released Dynatrace version 1.264. To learn what’s new, have a look at the release notes. The post Dynatrace SaaS release notes version 1.264 appeared first on Dynatrace news.

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Fixing Errant GTID With Orchestrator: The Easy Way Out

Percona

In this article, we will discuss errant Transaction /GTID and how we can solve them with the Orchestrator tool. Orchestrator is a MySQL high availability and replication management tool that runs as a service and provides command line access, HTTP API, and Web interface. I will not go into the details of the Orchestrator but will explore one of the features that can help us solve the errant GTID in a replication topology.

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AI doesn't plant trees

All Things Distributed

I went on a journey with the Vietnam AWS team to plant a 10000 trees

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Test Tool Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide With Examples and Best Practices

DZone

Test tools are software or hardware designed to test a system or application. Various test tools are available for different types of testing, including unit testing, integration testing, and more. Some test tools are intended for developers during the development process, while others are designed for quality assurance teams or end users. In addition to automating testing tasks, test tools can produce test data, monitor system performance, and report on test results.

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Digital experience is a strong predictor of citizens’ trust levels in state and local agencies

Dynatrace

State CIOs face many challenges in their attempts to build trust with their constituents. Some of their greatest challenges include digitizing citizen experience, reimagining the government workforce, and legacy modernization, among others. Therefore, it’s no surprise these priorities are among the top five released by NASCIO in the State CIO Top 10 Priorities for 2023.

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Percona Monitoring and Management and Datadog Integration

Percona

So your company is using Datadog on the global level. Still, as DBA, you want to use Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) for better database insights and maintain a common policy of Datadog as a standard alerting or high-level observability tool. Percona Monitoring and Management is not intended to replace Datadog; rather, they work better together.

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Measuring Performance for iOS Apps at Uber Scale

Uber Engineering

Curious about the magic behind Uber’s iOS app performance? Check out our blog post to learn how we overcame scalability challenges in our approach to measuring app reliability metrics.

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Measuring Service Performance: The Whys and Hows

DZone

I enjoy improving application performance. After all, the primary purpose of computers is to execute tasks efficiently and swiftly. When you consider the fundamentals of computing, it seems almost magical — at its core, it involves simple arithmetic and logical operations, such as addition and comparison of binary numbers. Yet, by rapidly performing countless such operations, computers enable us to enjoy video games, watch endless videos, explore the vast expanse of human knowledge and culture,

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Dynatrace Managed release notes version 1.264

Dynatrace

We have released Dynatrace Managed version 1.264. To learn what’s new, have a look at the release notes. The post Dynatrace Managed release notes version 1.264 appeared first on Dynatrace news.

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Percona Monitoring and Management 2.37 preview release

Percona Community

Percona Monitoring and Management 2.37 preview release Hello folks! Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) 2.37 is now available as a preview release. We encourage you to try this PMM preview release in testing environments only, as these packages and images are not fully production-ready. The final version is expected to be released through the standard channels in the coming week.

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Tips and Tricks for Designing a User-friendly iOS App Interface

Tech News Gather

In today’s digital age, it’s essential to have an engaging and user-friendly interface for your iOS app to stand out in the crowded app market. A well-designed UI can make all the difference between a successful iOS app and a mediocre one. Why is UI Important? A user-friendly interface is crucial because it helps users navigate the app and complete their tasks seamlessly.

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What Is Blue-Green Software Delivery Deployment?

DZone

A blue-green deployment model is a software delivery release strategy based on maintaining two separate application environments. The existing production environment running the current production release of the software is called the blue environment, whereas the new version of the software is deployed to the green environment. As part of testing and validation of the new version of the software, application traffic is gradually re-routed to the green environment.

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State and local agencies speed incident response, reduce costs, and focus on innovation

Dynatrace

Critical application outages negatively affect citizen experience and are costly on many fronts, including citizen trust, employee satisfaction, and operational efficiency. With constraints on IT resources, downtime shifts staff away from innovation and other strategic work. Kailey Smith, application architect on the DevOps team for Minnesota IT Services (MNIT), discussed her experience with an outage that left her and her peers to play defense and fight fires.

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How to Assess MySQL Performance

HammerDB

Predicting application performance is a difficult art, but an important one when choosing the target deployment environment. Among the different components of modern software solutions, the database is one of the most critical. Regardless of whether the computing platform to be evaluated is on-prem, containerized, virtualized, or in the cloud, it is crucial to consider several essential factors.

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7 Tips to Create A Cost Effective Mobile App in 2023

Tech News Gather

With a rapid increase in smartphone usage, the mobile application market is rapidly expanding globally. Today, mobile apps are no longer just a way of providing information and entertainment but act as an add-on for a company’s brand. Developing a mobile application sounds quite expensive. Most people believe that developing a high-quality mobile app costs a huge amount of money and their limited budget for the application will suffer.

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Static Proxies or Rotating Proxies: Which One Should You Choose?

DZone

Data center proxies come from servers in data centers, while residential proxies come from real people's connections. Static proxies mostly come from data centers, while rotating proxies are residential, although there are exceptions for Residential proxies. Both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses can supply static and rotating proxies, but static IPv4 proxies may be harder to come by since they've all been assigned.

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What is the Role of SDET in Software Development?

Kovair

The rise of the Agile model and the DevOps culture has created the requirement for software development Engineer in Test (SDET) experts who can compose.

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How Will Edge and IoT Converge? These Use Cases Provide Some Hints

VoltDB

The post How Will Edge and IoT Converge? These Use Cases Provide Some Hints appeared first on Volt Active Data.

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How to Obtain Investors for your Mobile App Idea?

Tech News Gather

A lot of people feel that developing a mobile application from a mobile app development company can be an expensive affair. However, it is not the case as it can help you to save a lot of money. After this, it is important that you find investors who would fund the application that you are developing. So, in this blog, we would discuss about how investors can be obtained for your mobile app idea.

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TPC Newsletter Issue 1, April 2023

HammerDB

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Conducting log analysis with an observability platform and full data context

Dynatrace

Modern organizations ingest petabytes of data daily, but legacy approaches to log analysis and management cannot accommodate this volume of data. Traditional log analysis evaluates logs and enables organizations to mitigate myriad risks and meet compliance regulations. With more automated approaches to log monitoring and log analysis, however, organizations can gain visibility into their applications and infrastructure efficiently and with greater precision—even as cloud environments grow.

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Scaling IBM App Connect Enterprise Integrations That Use MQ Request/Reply

DZone

In the initial "How to Move IBM App Connect Enterprise to Containers" post , a single MQ queue was used in place of an actual MQ-based back-end system used by an HTTP Input/Reply flow, which allowed for a clean example of moving from local MQ connections to remote client connections. In this post, we will look at what happens when an actual back-end is used with multiple client containers and explore solutions to the key challenge: how do we ensure that reply messages return to the correct serve

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Exploring The Potential Of Web Workers For Multithreading On The Web

Smashing Magazine

Exploring The Potential Of Web Workers For Multithreading On The Web Exploring The Potential Of Web Workers For Multithreading On The Web Sarah Oke Okolo 2023-04-21T10:00:00+00:00 2023-04-21T11:15:35+00:00 Web Workers are a powerful feature of modern web development and were introduced as part of the HTML5 specification in 2009. They were designed to provide a way to execute JavaScript code in the background, separate from the main execution thread of a web page, in order to improve performance

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MySQL 8 Doesn’t Like Your Groups

Percona

If you have not been keeping up with MySQL news, MySQL 5.7 reaches end of life in October 2023. This means no more bug fixes or security updates for MySQL 5.7. Users will be effectively forced to upgrade to MySQL 8. Upgrading to MySQL 8 from 5.7 is nowhere near as painless as the transition from 5.6 to 5.7. As a MySQL Principal Architect at Percona, I’ve had several customers over the past few months wanting to begin the upgrade process from 5.7 to 8.0, and all of them have experienced the

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End-to-end observability provides deep insights into user behavior for British Columbia Lottery Corporation

Dynatrace

As online services become more complex, end-to-end observability that spans the full customer journey, from request to fulfillment, is becoming harder to achieve. People now depend on digital experiences for access to goods, services, and entertainment. Consequently, organizations need a way to capture and understand user behavior so they can make their services more reliable.