Cloud computing is about hardware-based services involving computing, network and storage capacities. These services are provided on-demand, hosted by the cloud provider and can easily scale up and down.
This blog pertains to Time Travel and Fail-safe in Snowflake, and I will explain you all the things you need to know about these features with practical example. So let’s get started.Snowflake allows accessing historical data of a point in the past that may have been modified or deleted at the current time.
Data Recovery is a term used to define a data retrieval process for the loss of data from various backup devices. If you have a business, it is all about data.
RavenDB, a NoSQL document database with multi-document ACID transactions, adds distributed time-series support, smart document compression, and enhanced indexing in the RavenDB version 5 release.
AWS CloudFront Tutorial | AWS CloudFront Tutorial For Beginners will give you an idea of how Content Gets delivered using CloudFront. This video alos explains the different applications of AWS CloudFront and how To use it with a detailed Hands-ON Demo.
Redis Lua scripting is the popularly recommended approach for handling transactions. Learn the common Lua Scripts error and how to handle for sentinel systems. Redis offers two mechanisms for handling transactions – MULTI/EXEC based transactions and Lua scripts evaluation. Redis Lua scripting is the recommended approach and is fairly popular in usage.
If you've spent days (or even weeks?) trying to spin up a Kubernetes cluster for learning purposes or to test your application, then your worries are over. Spawned from a Kubernetes Special Interest Group, KIND is a tool that provisions a Kubernetes cluster running IN Docker.
Part 2 of a series of articles discussing strategies to implement serverless architectural design patterns. This is part of a series of articles discussing strategies to implement serverless architectural design patterns. We continue to follow this literature review. Although we use AWS serverless services to illustrate concepts, they can be applied in different cloud providers.
MongoDB 4.4: Scale Without Fear or Friction. Learn about scalability and performance enhancements, and how to get started.
A case study on how data is analyzed with Serverless technology. We'll learn: When to use serverless functions? How to create a data processing pipeline? How to use Google Cloud technologies in order to process data?
Azure provides over 1O00 cloud-services that enable you to do everything form running existing applications on Virtual Machines(VMs) to exploring new software paradigms.
A short intro to k8s architecture, EKS, node groups, how cluster scaling works under the hood, and auto scaling, with real world example.
This is the first article of the mini-series that will get you started with a Serverless architecture and the Function-as-a-Service execution model — whose popularity is constantly growing. In this part, you will get answers to some of the most popular questions regarding Serverless, including: what is it, why it’s worth your attention, how does it work under the hood, and which cloud provider meets your needs.
Learn how I implemented WebSocket with AWS Lambda and API Gateway. You'll learn about a simple system that the author migrated from DigitalOcean droplet to AWS Lambda. A system where WebSocket is a necessity.
We take it back to the basics and explain what is Serverless Architecture, what are its advantages and disadvantages, and who would really benefit from adapting this new way of computing.
Cloning aka Zero Copy Clone in Snowflake create a copy of a Table or Schema or a Database without the need of duplicating the data.
With the aim of using AI, Noida-based Skilancer Solar manufactures robotic arms for automatic cleaning of solar modules.
In a series of three technical articles, AWS has recently introduced the new "Serverless LAMP stack". But not everyone in the open-source community believes that the successor of the LAMP stack is proprietary technologies from a single vendor, and alternative approaches have been suggested.
In this Kubernetes Tutorial we go through a practical use case of deploying an application on a managed Kubernetes cluster using Linode Kubernetes Engine. We will also use Helm to make the process more efficient.
I talk about running Kubernetes on Cloud and the benefits of a Managed Kubernetes Service. I explain the option of an unmanaged (create your own cluster from scratch) vs managed Kubernetes cluster on a cloud platform.