Columnar Database

Columnar Database: The System Explained

Databases are usually based on rows of data. Columnar databases turn this system on its side. Instead of saving each entry one after the other, in a columnar database entries are stored category by category. This results in a decisive speed advantage when working with massive quantities of data. But how exactly does a column-oriented DBMS work?

Document Database

Document Databases: How Do Document Stores Work?

Almost every application utilizes databases in one form or another. Besides classic relational databases, document-oriented databases have also become well-established in the course of the development of web apps. Instead of working with complex tables, these document stores use semi-structured data in simple documents. But how exactly does this work?

Database Management Systems (DBMS)

Database Management Systems (DBMS) explained

A working database system is pivotal to maintaining any computer-based system. The central body that regulates the respective data pools here is always a Database Management System (DBMS). The software structures and organizes the data available in the database, and also manages writing and reading permissions for the database system.

MariaDB vs. MySQL

MariaDB vs. MySQL

MySQL is the most used database management system in the world. This open source software has been available for productive use since 1995 and is generally considered a standard solution for users of relational databases. This could change in the near future. MariaDB, a community-developed fork of MySQL is catching up on its predecessor and is consequently becoming an increasingly attractive...

Key Value Store

Key Value Store: How do Key Value Databases work?

A wide array of database models exists, each one with its own advantages and disadvantages. Key Value Stores, for example, provide lightning-quick results because they follow such a simple principle. A key is saved to each value. There are no more specifications. These Key Value Databases are used principally in website design.

Getting started with WinSCP

Getting started with WinSCP

With WinSCP, you can safely create your ideal data transfer between your local Windows PC and a web server. The open source software supports all current protocols and its quick and simple installation process provides an experience that’s satisfying for the user. With the choice of two available user interfaces, you can benefit from a clearly laid-out data management system, which includes...

Best web hosting services

The best web hosting services: comparing 5 companies

Here’s how to find the best web hosting service: So you have an idea and want put it online? Then you need a website and webspace. In the meantime, there are numerous web hosting services that will host your website. We introduce you to five providers in our web host comparison. Choose the offer that best suits your project!

Encrypted data transfer with WinSCP

Get a more secure data transfer with WinSCP

Are you still transferring your data online over an unencrypted connection via FTP (File Transfer Protocol)? WinSCP offers a comfortable and secure alternative to the current FTP client programs for the operating system, Windows. The encrypted network connection is based on the implementation of Secure Shell (SHH) and enables a fast data transfer via SCP (Secure Copy) and the flexible remote...

ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED Error

“ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED”: how to fix this DNS error in the Google Chrome browser

Chrome has recently become the most widely used browser in the world. However, this Google application is just as helpless as its competitors Firefox, Opera and Safari when it comes to technical problems on the server or client side. For example, if the domain name cannot be resolved by the DNS, Chrome will simply display the error message “ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED”. In the following article, you...

PHP 5.6 Support

PHP 5.6: Support stops at the end of 2018

Security support for PHP 5.6 ceases at the end of the year. Although developers had already postponed the end date by a year, many website operators still seem to be unprepared. A large number of websites still run on PHP 5.6. From January onwards, these websites will be at risk. However, many are dreading the update. How can you protect your website?


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