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Getting Started With NCache Java Edition (Using Docker)

DZone

NCache Java Edition with distributed cache technique is a powerful tool that helps Java applications run faster, handle more users, and be more reliable. In today's world, where people expect apps to work quickly and without any problems, knowing how to use NCache Java Edition is very important. It's a key piece of technology for both developers and businesses who want to make sure their apps can give users fast access to data and a smooth experience.

Java 310
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Mastering Kubernetes deployments with Keptn: a comprehensive guide to enhanced visibility

Dynatrace

Deploying software in Kubernetes is often viewed as a straightforward process—just use kubectl or a GitOps solution like ArgoCD to deploy a YAML file, and you’re all set, right? Unfortunately, Kubernetes deployments can be fraught with challenges beyond the surface level. Numerous hurdles can hinder successful deployments, from resource constraints to external dependencies and monitoring inadequacies.

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Plan Your Multi Cloud Strategy

Scalegrid

Thinking about going multi-cloud? A well-planned multi cloud strategy can seriously upgrade your business’s tech game, making you more agile. Instead of being stuck with one cloud provider (and all its limitations), spreading out across several can make your operations more flexible, keep your services up and running smoothly, and even help you manage your costs better.

Strategy 130
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How Can I Take a Backup of Configuration Files in PostgreSQL?

Percona

PostgreSQL configuration file parameters are very important when managing a PostgreSQL database, and this blog post will discuss the importance of backing those files up. The following are the primary configuration files of the PostgreSQL database:postgresql.conf: One of the most important configuration files for the PostgreSQL database is postgresql.conf file.

Database 117
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Organizing Knowledge With Knowledge Graphs: Industry Trends

DZone

Knowledge graphs are a giant web of information where elements and ideas are linked to show how they are related in the real world. This is beyond databases that just store information. Knowledge graphs also store the connections between information. This makes knowledge graphs very useful in various fields.

Database 278
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Driving your FinOps strategy with observability best practices

Dynatrace

Overseeing cloud spend and IT resource allocation has always been a priority for CIOs. Yet, in 2023, 82% of cloud decision makers reported that managing cloud spend was their top challenge, according to one source. In response, many organizations are adopting a FinOps strategy. FinOps is an evolving cloud financial management discipline focused on enabling organizations to get maximum business value from their cloud spend.

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Expedia Speeds up Flights Search with Micro Frontends and GraphQL Optimizations

InfoQ

Expedia made flight search faster by up to 52% (page usable time) by applying a range of optimizations to web and mobile applications. To support these improvements, the company improved the observability of its applications. Expedia Flights web application has been migrated to Micro Frontend Architecture (MFA) to allow flexibility, reusability, and better optimization.

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Time Data Series: Working With PHP Zmanim

DZone

This post continues my exploration of concepts and techniques related to both the way so-called “Jewish times” (zmanim) are calculated; as well as the techniques needed to use the PHP Zmanim library – a library of functions that let you easily calculate Jewish times. Once again I owe a huge debt of gratitude to several folks – including Eliyahu Hershfeld, creator of the Kosher Java library , Zachary Weixelbaum (owner of the PHP Zmanim library, a port of Kosher Java), Elyahu Jacobi (who built Roy

Java 260
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What is application security monitoring?

Dynatrace

Rising cloud complexity has made securing cloud-native and multicloud applications significantly more difficult. With the pace of digital transformation continuing to accelerate, organizations are realizing the growing imperative to have a robust application security monitoring process in place. Cloud applications are built with the help of a software supply chain, such as OSS libraries and third-party software.

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Presentation: The Journey to a Million Ops / Sec / Node in Venice

InfoQ

Alex Dubrouski, Gaojie Liu discuss some of the tricks used in their pursuit to lower read latency and to reach 1M operations per second per node.

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Do You Leverage Index-Only Scans in PostgreSQL? Do You Want To?

Percona

In a previous blog, One Index, Three Different PostgreSQL Scan Types: Bitmap, Index, and Index Only, we reviewed three ways PostgreSQL can use an index to retrieve data as quickly as possible.

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AWS Fargate: Deploy and Run Web API (.NET Core)

DZone

Fargate is a serverless compute engine for containers that works with both Amazon ECS and Amazon EKS. With AWS Fargate, we can run applications without managing servers ( official information page ). In this post, we will take a step-by-step approach to deploying and running a.NET Core Web API application on AWS Fargate Service.

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Top 5 Benefits of Software Test Management Tools

Kovair

A key component of success in the dynamic field of software development is quality assurance. Robust testing procedures are becoming increasingly necessary as software projects.

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Release Roundup March 18, 2024

Percona Community

Percona software releases and updates March 5 - March 18, 2024. Percona is a leading provider of unbiased, performance-first, open source database solutions that allow organizations to easily, securely, and affordably maintain business agility, minimize risks, and stay competitive, free from vendor lock-in. Percona software is designed for peak performance, uncompromised security, limitless scalability, and disaster-proofed availability.

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Percona XtraBackup 8.0.28 Supports Encrypted Table Backups with AWS KMS

Percona

Percona XtraBackup (PXB) version 8.0.28 supports taking backups for the encrypted tables in your MySQL database using the AWS Key Management Service. For setting up data-at-rest encryption using AWS key management service, please see Configuring Keyring for Encryption Using AWS Key Management Service in Percona Server for MySQL.

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Virtual Network Functions in VPC and Integration With Event Notifications in IBM Cloud

DZone

What Are Virtual Network Functions (VNFs)? Previously, proprietary hardware performed functions like routers, firewalls, load balancers, etc. In IBM Cloud, we have proprietary hardware like the FortiGate firewall that resides inside IBM Cloud data centers today. These hardware functions are packaged as virtual machine images in a VNF. VNFs are virtualized network services that are packaged as virtual machines (VMs) on commodity hardware.

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The Return of the Frame Pointers

Brendan Gregg

Sometimes debuggers and profilers are obivously broken, sometimes it's subtle and hard to spot. From my flame graphs page: CPU flame graph (partly broken) (Click for original SVG.) This is pretty common and usually goes unnoticed as the flame graph looks ok at first glance. But there are 15% of samples on the left, above "[unknown]", that are in the wrong place and missing frames.

Java 145
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Transitioning from Visual Studio: Key benefits of an observability platform for mobile monitoring

Dynatrace

As the world becomes increasingly interconnected with the proliferation of IoT devices and a surge in applications, digital transactions, and data creation, mobile monitoring — monitoring mobile applications — grows ever more critical. To navigate this complex landscape, organizations require a comprehensive approach to observability that enables a holistic view of applications.

Mobile 179
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Percona Monitoring and Management Database Overview Dashboard, Simplified

Percona

Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) overview dashboards were always meant to be a starting point for DBAs to check the overall health of the databases. Current overview dashboards can be a little overwhelming, based on an approach of “full visibility.” Now, we present a redesigned dashboard focused on simplicity:Where is the simplicity coming from?

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Why You Should Move From Monolith to Microservices

DZone

In this article, we’ll talk about microservices and how to shift to it from a monolith architecture. We’ll find out how to adapt to such changes with minimum risks for your organization. In fact, we’ll figure out how to accomplish this with benefits. Excited? Let’s jump right into it. First, let’s discuss why you must make such a transit. At a certain point, you may find yourself in a situation where adding new essential features to an existing codebase becomes difficult and time-consuming.

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Breaking Down Data Silos With a Unified Data Warehouse: An Apache Doris-Based CDP

DZone

The data silos problem is like arthritis for online businesses because almost everyone gets it as they grow old. Businesses interact with customers via websites, mobile apps, H5 pages, and end devices. For one reason or another, it is tricky to integrate the data from all these sources. Data stays where it is and cannot be interrelated for further analysis.

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Introduction to KVM, SR-IOV, and Exploring the Advantages of SR-IOV in KVM Environments

DZone

Understanding KVM Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) stands out as a virtualization technology in the world of Linux. It allows physical servers to serve as hypervisor hosting machines ( VMs ). Embedded within the Linux kernel, KVM empowers the creation of VMs with their virtualized hardware components, such as CPUs, memory, storage, and network cards, essentially mimicking a machine.

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Enable Data Checksums With Minimum Downtime in PostgreSQL

Percona

PostgreSQL has a feature called data checksum which is used to detect any storage-level corruption of data pages. However, a new PostgreSQL database cluster does not have this feature enabled by default. To activate this feature, you must specify the –data-checksums flag when initializing a new PostgreSQL database cluster with the initdb utility.

Storage 90
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Critical IT operations at risk: The blame game and siloed tools take a toll

Dynatrace

For organizations to operate efficiently in the digital age, it’s vital that IT operations for applications, infrastructure, customer support, security, and compliance run smoothly. There are many moving parts, such as evolving budgets or business objectives, that affect the strategy and effectiveness of these critical operations. However, arguably the most important ingredient is IT teams that are committed, motivated, and happy in their role.

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Empowering Developers With Scalable, Secure, and Customizable Storage Solutions

DZone

In today's data-driven world, businesses face numerous challenges when it comes to storing, securing, and analyzing vast amounts of information. As a developer, engineer, or architect, finding the right storage solution that seamlessly integrates with your infrastructure while providing the necessary scalability, security, and performance can be a daunting task.

Storage 177
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PostgreSQL Monitoring with Percona Monitoring and Management: A Redefined Summary

Percona

When checking for how good (or bad) a PostgreSQL instance is behaving, one just wants to see everything that matters on a single-ish page. That’s what the new summary dashboard in Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) is achieving: So, what is “everything that matters”?

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Dynatrace OTel Collector distribution amplifies OpenTelemetry integration for scalable, production-ready observability

Dynatrace

OpenTelemetry standardizes how organizations instrument, generate, and collect telemetry data for analysis and provides community-based support. Because of its flexibility, this open source approach to instrumenting and collecting telemetry data is becoming increasingly important in large-size organizations. But rigorous requirements for security, production readiness, scalability, and reliability can make adopting OpenTelemetry challenging for teams to maintain at enterprise scale.