Database

02/07/2022

Designing Database Architecture – Incorporating Monitoring

Database monitoring comes in a variety of formats, ranging from high-level reporting of system health to assessing granular operations that could impact application performance. Monitoring Options […]
02/07/2022

Designing Database Architecture – Horizontal Scaling with MySQL NDB Cluster and Database Sharding

While the replication solutions presented can address horizontal scaling for high volumes of traffic, they do not address the needs of applications that store very large […]
02/07/2022

Designing Database Architecture – Horizontal Scaling with MySQL Replication

Horizontal scaling can address high-traffic growth and solve availability issues. It addresses these issues by adding additional servers to your infrastructure Together the servers form a […]
02/07/2022

Designing Database Architecture – Single Server Deployment and Vertical Scaling

Single Server Deployment and Vertical Scaling Provisioning a LAMP stack on a single node can be done in two steps Deploy a Linux server, then install […]
02/07/2022

Designing Database Architecture – Single Node Web Server Architecture

Reference Architecture Examples The typical real-world use case for a database is to store and handle structured information as partof an application’s software stack. The foundation […]
02/07/2022

Designing Database Architecture

Designing Database Architecture Many websites and web applications can be operated with a single-server configuration, where your database exists on the same server as all of […]
02/07/2022

Overview of Popular DBMSeS – Cassandra

Cassandra is an open source columnar database that supports very large amounts of structured data Cassandra does not declare a primary server; instead, data is distributed […]
02/07/2022

Overview of Popular DBMSeS – Redis

Redis (short for “REmote DIctionary Server”) is an open source in-memory database that is useful for applications that require rapid data updates in real time Redis […]
02/07/2022

Overview of Popular DBMSeS – MongoDB

MongoDB is a document database that stores data as JSON documents to provide more flexibility for scaling and querying data based as an application evolves MongoDB […]
02/07/2022

Overview of Popular DBMSeS – PostgreSQL

PostgreSQL, also known as Postgres, is considered to be the most advanced open source database and a more robust SQL database alternative to MySQL Postgres is […]
02/07/2022

Overview of Popular DBMSeS – MySQL

Here’s a quick overview of five top databases that serve a range of use cases. This list includes both SQL and NoSQL options. MySQL is one […]
02/07/2022

Evaluating the Strengths and Limitations of Database Options

Evaluating the Strengths and Limitations of Database Operations Databases are anything but “one size fits all.” From privacy and compliance to supporting specific data types, databases […]