(Uwe Hesse) Adding a cluster node will not only increase the available storage capacity but also the total compute power of your cluster.
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(James Randall) This is something to be aware of as its effects can be very very subtle.
(Mike.Dietrich) Monday morning – it’s time to write a new blog post. And actually I will set priorities based on what you reported to me in the past week.
(K. Brian Kelley) My organization has multiple storage solutions with different models for the same vendor, and different models across different vendors. Each product has its own set of tools for monitoring and managing.
(Bipin Joshi) In Part -1 and Part – 2 of this article you created EmployeeCRUD service definition using Protocol Buffer language and also implemented it in EmployeeCRUDService class.
(Mark Callaghan) The Learned Indexes paper opened a new area of research for storage engines. The idea is to use the distribution of the data to make searches faster and/or reduce the size of search structures.
(Peter Vogel) When you need to integrate authorizing the user to perform some activity (or just want to retrieve information about the current user), you need to work with the ClaimsPrincipal’s Claims objects. Here’s everything you might want to do.
(stewashton) LISTAGG() can be used as an analytic function, but cannot be cumulative. What does that mean, and is there a workaround?
(Hannes DuPreez) Protecting your work is difficult protecting, especially if you’re a relatively small start-up, trying to generate an income and there is no affordable way to protect your applications from being pirated.
(Michael Shpilt) One of the reasons modern computers are so fast is because of multi-core processors. New CPUs can execute many instructions in parallel. How many? As many as the number of logical CPU cores. This allows us, programmers, to run code in parallel using Threads.