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Happy 15th Birthday Amazon S3 -- the service that started it all

All Things Distributed

15 years is a long time in the world of technology. Back when S3 launched on March 14, 2006 (also known as “Pi Day” to some), iPhones didn’t exist, neither did tweets or likes, Facebook was still only used by a few colleges and universities, and you couldn’t hail a ride or order lunch with an app.

Simplified observability for your SNMP devices

Dynatrace

Dynatrace news. While today’s IT world continues the shift toward treating everything as a service, many organizations need to keep their environments under strict control while managing their infrastructure themselves on-premises. The monitoring challenges of on-premises environments.

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Scaling Revenue & Growth Tooling

The Netflix TechBlog

Written by Nick Tomlin , Michael Possumato , and Rahul Pilani. This post shares how the Revenue & Growth Tools (RGT) team approaches creating full-stack tools for the teams that are the financial backbone of Netflix.

Don't rely on end-to-end tests: design for failure instead.

DZone

We typically understand software testing by the everyday definition of the word: making sure a piece of software performs the way it is supposed to in a production-like environment.

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Query Optimization Myths

SQL Shack

In this article, we will talk about two query optimization myths and these myths can be changed according to the characteristics of the queries.

DevOps vs DevSecOps: 6 ways that integrating security boosts DevOps

Dynatrace

Dynatrace news. In an age when people freely share even their most sensitive personal data on many online apps and services, we have grown to expect businesses will protect this information during any engagement or transaction.

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Android UI Testing: 14 best practices

Testsigma

An application is focused on the perspective of the end-user. We develop, observe and re-iterate as the end-user wants because they are the ones who keep our product, the application, alive in the market.

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How to build a business case for test automation: 3 key considerations

TechBeacon Testing

Reducing testing costs is often the first thing organizations think about when they consider adopting test automation. After all, software testing is shockingly expensive; it accounts for an average of 23% to 35% of the overall IT spend, per the latest World Quality Report.

Laravel vs Spring- 9 Crucial Differences to Decide a Backend Framework

Simform

Laravel vs Spring is the comparison of two popular frameworks from different backend technologies: PHP and Java. For CTOs and app owners to make an informed decision, the comparison includes crucial aspects needed to decide a project framework. .

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Android Device Testing: A No-hassle Guide For Testers

Testsigma

We don’t even need a moment to gather which operating system is the most used one. Android development is a booming business because of the number of users it has. It is open source and its development can be ported across devices with relative ease.

Microsoft Announces Azure Monitor SQL Insights for Azure SQL in Public Preview

InfoQ

Recently Microsoft announced Azure Monitor SQL Insights for Azure SQL in public preview. With the preview, customers will get a flexible canvas for telemetry collection, analysis, and rich custom visualization. By Steef-Jan Wiggers.

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How To Boost Media Performance On A Budget

Smashing Magazine

How To Boost Media Performance On A Budget. How To Boost Media Performance On A Budget. Akshay Ranganath. 2021-03-25T13:00:00+00:00. 2021-03-25T18:06:03+00:00. American scholar Mason Cooley deftly described a hard fact of life: “A budget takes the fun out of money.”

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