Database

What is Big Data?

Big Data: definition and examples

When we shop online, book vacations, and search for gift ideas, we hardly give a second thought to the fact that each search entry leaves behind a trail of our identity. Busy web bots are never far behind and sweep up this information. The result of all of this is Big Data: massive volumes of data that are analyzed and used for a variety of reasons. But is there reason to be wary of leaving behind...

IndexedDB

IndexedDB: Tutorial for browser storage

Holding certain data in the client helps to make the Internet faster and more flexible, enabling users to enjoy a better browsing experience. IndexedDB allows larger volumes of data to be stored in the users’ browsers so that they don’t have to be downloaded from the server each time the website is accessed. Get to know IndexedDB based on an example.

CRUD – the most important database operations

CRUD: the basis for data management

It won’t take long for those looking to get into to software development to encounter the term CRUD. The acronym stands for the typical operations used for communicating with database systems; these normally form the basis of database management. But just how are these access functions for data management actually set up? And how much of role does CRUD play when it comes to the databases’...

How does data backup work for databases?

Backing up your database

Backing up your data is a popular option for securing your database. In order to create backup copies, you need additional hardware and to install a suitable backup structure. How do you secure your own network and web server against attacks and proceed to protect your databases?

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...

Data mining: analysis methods for big data

Data mining: analysis methods for big data

The total amount of data generated worldwide increases by 40% every year. Many companies seek to make use of the constantly increasing mountain of data in order to increase their e-commerce business. But making use of such Big Data alone doesn’t add any value — enter data mining. Below you can find a discussion of the various analysis approaches involved in data mining, to give you an idea of how...

UML: activity diagram

Activity diagrams: clearly present chronological activity processes with UML

UML activity diagrams help you to graphically illustrate the chronological sequence of system processes in object-oriented programming. They show which actions take place in which order to execute an activity. With a finished diagram, you can create code frames using XML transfer. Or do you want to map business processes? We show examples of how to create an activity diagram, which symbols belong...

Securing servers with Fail2ban

Securing your server with Fail2ban

For server operators, security is of the utmost importance. Only those who have developed and set up a foolproof defense strategy are ready for drastic situations. As well as regular protection mechanisms, like security software, backups, and encryption, there are also some useful tools and frameworks that may come in handy in the fight against intruders. We have laid out essential details on the...

MAMP: the practical software stack for Mac OS X

MAMP: the local development environment for Mac OS X

If you’re developing a website, it’s important to regularly ensure that all the elements function as intended. Although there are no specific tools required for creating a basic info page with static content, it’s not possible to preview a project containing dynamic elements without some additional tools. The simplest solution is to use an all-in-one development environment like MAMP.

Managed cloud hosting: customized servers

Managed cloud hosting: flexible server structures at the click of a button

More and more website operators are turning to managed cloud hosting as a solution for their server environment. This option promises flexible scalability of required resources in real time, along with a wide range of services offered by the provider including the installation, maintenance, and protection of the hosting platform. So how does managed cloud hosting work? Find out what services...


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