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How To Set Up MySQL on DigitalOcean


MySQL is the number one open source relational database management system in the world, and is used by millions of developers across all application types.

Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For February 1st, 2021

High Scalability

Hey, it's HighScalability time once again! Amazon converts expenses into revenue by transforming needs into products. Take a look at a fulfillment center and you can see the need for Outpost, machine learning, IoT, etc, all dogfooded. Willy Wonka would be proud. Do you like this sort of Stuff?


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Open Sourcing the Netflix Domain Graph Service Framework: GraphQL for Spring Boot

The Netflix TechBlog

By Paul Bakker and Kavitha Srinivasan , Images by David Simmer , Edited by Greg Burrell Netflix has developed a Domain Graph Service (DGS) framework and it is now open source. The DGS framework simplifies the implementation of GraphQL, both for standalone and federated GraphQL services.

9 Excellent Methods to Prioritize Your Work


The ‘prioritize your work’ agenda often comes with its fair share of roadblocks. As a result, you may find a hard time juggling several important tasks at the same time. This, in turn, often becomes a recipe for disaster. Nowadays, you can try to be productive in your personal life by using any productivity app available on your mobile device. Alternatively, you can also use a project management application like nTask to prioritize and manage your work aspect.

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Simplify observability for all your custom metrics (Part 5: Telegraf)


Dynatrace news.

Best Free DNS Hosting Providers


With the rise of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks using a high quality DNS hosting provider is very important to the redundancy of your website. There is nothing worse for visitors than your website being inaccessible.

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Site reliability engineering: 5 things to you need to know


Dynatrace news. Site reliability engineering (SRE) is the practice of applying software engineering principles to operations and infrastructure processes to help organizations create highly reliable and scalable software systems.

12 different types of mobile testing with real-life examples


Today we are using mobile phones for social media, shopping, banking, movies, online meetings, emails, and whatnot. Can we have a single day in our life without a mobile phone today? You’d be thinking of a no right? Something like ‘it’s near to impossible’. .

Standing on Shoulders: A Leader’s Guide To Digital Transformation Wins DevOps Book of The Year

Tasktop has announced the honorees for the 2020 DevOps Dozen² Awards , with Carmen DeArdo—with co-author Jack Maher—winning DevOps Book of Year for their collaboration on Standing on Shoulders: A Leader’s Guide to Digital Transformation.

Mobile App Performance Testing Checklist


The market is filling up with mobile applications more and more. According to Statista , in 2016, the number of app downloads was approximately 140 billion. In 2019, this number increased up to 204 billion, and in 2021, this rate is keeping growing. At the same time, competition among companies is growing, and users raise their requirements for app quality. Poor quality products vanish from the market, and their owners go bust.

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Site reliability engineering: 5 things you need to know


Dynatrace news. What is site reliability engineering? Site reliability engineering (SRE) is the practice of applying software engineering principles to operations and infrastructure processes to help organizations create highly reliable and scalable software systems.

Mobile Testing Lab: How to decide which way to go?


If you’re a developer, a web designer, or a QA manager, you would want to ensure that your product delivers as promised. Today’s customers expect the highest standards of user experience. Anything less is grounds for disappointment and even lost business.

What Evolutionary Biology Can Teach Us About Moving From Project to Product


Humans are biologically programmed to mistrust anything that deviates from the status quo. This trait has protected and propagated our existence for centuries.

GraphQL, Data Sources, and Visual Testing


In the ever-changing world of development, new tools are constantly popping up to help developers create and manage complex solutions with the ultimate goal of building a great experience for their customers. Whether it's a tool to help that developer become more productive or an entirely new way of thinking about the architecture of the project, developers are able to spend more time focusing on the unique parts of our code and focus on that great experience.

Kicking off 2021 with new industry awards at Dynatrace


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Why and When Should Businesses invest in Mobile Automation Testing?


Every year, the number of hours people spend online keeps increasing. Our needs are met online instantly. As mobile device usage is growing, the time spent on it is also increasing. Today, if I list what these mobile devices are doing, it will be very amateurish and naive.

AWS vs Azure vs Google Cloud: Pricing Comparison of Virtual Machines


As major cloud providers (AWS, Azure, Google, and IBM) continue to drop the prices of cloud instances. This blog provides you the virtual instances' pricing comparison to help you choose the cheapest one. The post AWS vs Azure vs Google Cloud: Pricing Comparison of Virtual Machines appeared first on Insights on Latest Technologies - Simform Blog. Cloud

5 tips for streamlining test automations into CI pipelines

TechBeacon Testing

Many organizations struggle to integrate automated testing into their continuous integration (CI) pipelines—and it's no wonder. Just attempting to implement a successful CI presents challenges. App Dev & Testing, Testing, Automation Guild, Conferences, Test Automation, Continuous Integration (CI


The Agile Manager

In the past year, I’ve written several times about changes taking place and likely to be long lasting in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. One area I’ve touched on, but haven’t delved into much, is distribution. Producers of all kinds have had to create new ways of connecting with their customers.

Mobile browser testing – what is it and when is it done?


About two decades ago, testing was only limited to the desktop. With the rapidly increasing use of smartphones and ease of access to the internet across the globe, testing has spread across vast platforms.

Fleet Management System: Top 5 Benefits You Should Know About


Gone are the days when fleet managers had to maintain traditional, bulky logbooks and employee records in a single computer system periodically. Today, fleet management systems have brought more transparency and efficiency for organizations, drivers, fleet managers, and customers.

Updates to PowerShell modules

Particular Software

The PowerShell modules for NServiceBus and ServiceControl are lesser-known, but important, tools in the Particular Software toolbox. Both provide crucial support for automation when deploying NServiceBus endpoints and ServiceControl instances in DevOps workflows. We’ve updated the packages for both PowerShell modules to support PowerShell 5 and to make them easier to use. PowerShell 5 We’ve updated each PowerShell module to support PowerShell 5.

Some Performance Blog Posts I’ve Bookmarked and Read Lately

CSS - Tricks

Back/forward cache — I always assumed browsers just do fancy stuff with the back/forward buttons and us developers had very little control. Philip Walton tells us it’s critical that we understand “what makes pages eligible (and ineligible) for bfcache to maximize their cache-hit rates.”

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