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Databases Tue Jan 16 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- I used to use paper notebooks extensively. When I didn’t have paper and pen, I emailed myself a quick note from my iPhone. This led gradually to me keeping all of my notes on my iPhone, using the Notes app. In the last few months, I&rsq
This is just a quick blog entry to direct readers to an article I recently posted on the AWS Database Blog. Please click through to give it a read: https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/database/testing-amazon-rds-for-oracle-plotting-latency-and-iops-for-oltp
A few weeks ago I started experimenting with MySQL InnoDB cluster. As part of the testing, I tried to kill a node to see what happens to the cluster.The good news is that the cluster is resilient. When the primary node goes missing, the cluster repla
A wide variety of companies around the world, from innovators in the social media space to industry leaders in energy, are running MongoDB on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Increasingly, these organizations are consuming MongoDB as a fully managed serv
There may be a number of reasons you are looking to migrate from DynamoDB to MongoDB Atlas. While DynamoDB may be a good choice for a set of specific use cases, many developers prefer solutions that reduce the need for client-side code or additional
Moving Average Convergence-Divergence (MACD) is an efficient, compact way to compare averages of a metric over two different intervals, and determine if the metric is trending upwards or downwards. It is widely used in finance and several other field
This is just a quick blog entry to direct readers to an article I recently posted on the AWS Database Blog. Please click through to give it a read: https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/database/testing-amazon-rds-for-oracle-plotting-latency-and-iops-for-oltp
InnoDB Cluster was released as GA a few weeks ago. I remember the initial announcement of the product at OOW 2016, promising a seamless solution for replication and high availability with great ease of use. I was a bit disappointed to see that, at GA
Welcome to part 4 of our MongoDB 3.6 blog series. In part 1 we took a look at the new capabilities designed specifically to help developers build apps faster, including change streams, retryable writes, developer tools, and fully expressive array man
I participate in many technical conferences every year, and I’m always struck by the way conferences treat their sponsors. Those that simply acknowledge sponsors for making the event possible are seriously stunting their community. Don&
Good grief. This is short and sweet, I know, but this installment in the Little Things Doth Crabby Make series is just that–short and sweet. Or, well, maybe short and sour? Not root? Ok, yum(8), spew out a bunch of silliness at me. Thanks.