The past several years have seen increasing adoption for PostgreSQL. PostgreSQL is an amazing relational database. Feature-wise, it is up there with the best, if not the best. There are many things I love about it “ PL/ PG SQL, smart defaults, replication (that actually works out of the box), and an active and vibrant open source community. However, beyond just the … [Read more...] about How to Make it Easier to Manage a Production PostgreSQL Database
Scale out storage systems deliver the ability to start small and grow as the business grows and the data volumes increase. This makes scalability a very important ability for data center infrastructures; especially for data driven organizations and companies. But what do we really mean by scale out storage systems? And why do we say that it goes a long way? We'll be answering … [Read more...] about Scale Out Storage It Goes a Long Way (Literally)
Azure has made a point of prioritizing AI and analytics services, making it an appealing option for many looking to combine big data analysis and the benefits of cloud computing. With Azure, you can easily process massive amounts of data, both structured and unstructured, with real-time analytics and faster performance than you are likely to get with on-premise … [Read more...] about How to Build a Big Data Solution on Azure
Since it was launched, Kubernetes technology has transformed the way software developers build and deploy applications. The widespread adoption of this technology intrigued data scientists, who saw that Kubernetes also provides features to optimize and support the data science workflow. In this post, I'll explain what is Kubernetes and how it can help support data science … [Read more...] about Why Kubernetes Is Great for Data Science
Backup is important for every enterprise environment because data has become an integral part of every industry. And with backups, enterprises can make sure they do not lose crucial data. But what if they lose their data and their backups? Troublesome thought, isn't it? But the question is: Is it even possible? Isn't a backup solution enough? Even thinking about setting up a … [Read more...] about Does your Backup have a Backup?