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  • DevOps Follow 1058 Followers

    How to Source Control Your Databases for DevOps

    by Jonathan Allen Follow 657 Followers on  Nov 12, 2018 2

    A robust DevOps environment requires having continuous integration for every component of the system. But far too often, the database is omitted from the equation. In this article, we discuss the unique aspects of databases, both relational and NoSQL, in a successful continuous integration environment.

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    Monitoring SRE's Golden Signals

    by Steve Mushero Follow 2 Followers on  Apr 27, 2018 1

    Golden signals are increasingly popular these days due to the rise of SRE. This article outlines what golden signals are, and how to monitor and use them in the context of various common services.

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    Introduction to SQL Server Containers

    by Paul Stanton Follow 0 Followers on  Sep 08, 2016

    Containers are just around the corner for the Windows community, and this article takes a closer look at using SQL Server containers. The author discusses the value, use cases, and means for taking advantage of SQL Server containers today.

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Big Data Solutions with MS SQL ColumnStore Index

Posted by Aleksandr Shavlyuga Follow 0 Followers on  Oct 11, 2015

ColumnarStore can offer performance improvements over traditional tables, but aren’t always faster. Aleksandr Shavlyuga explores the power, and limitations of SQL Server’s ColumnStore Indexes.

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SQL Server Source Control and Deployment with Visual Studio

Posted by Jonathan Allen Follow 657 Followers on  Nov 04, 2014

The holy grail of database development is the ability to treat database objects as if they were normal source code. While SQL Server Data Tools doesn’t quite that level, it gets very close.

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How to Effectively Map SQL Data to a NoSQL Store

Posted by Sytze Harkema Follow 0 Followers on  Oct 23, 2014

Sytze Harkema explains how to save and retrieve relational SQL data into a NoSQL key-value store as implemented by FoundationDB, an open source, scalable, fault tolerant and ACID database.

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Introduction to Red Gate’s SQL Source Control

Posted by David Atkinson Follow 0 Followers on  Oct 01, 2014

It’s unthinkable for modern application developers to work without source control, yet somehow, databases are often left out. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

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Don’t jump the SQL ship just yet

Posted by Lukas Eder Follow 0 Followers on  Dec 18, 2013

Some users are interacting with databases through complex SQL queries, both in terms of performance as well as expressivity. If SQL and JPA are diverging, where will our data interaction patterns go? 4

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Building Scalable Applications in .NET: Introducing the FatDB Distributed Computing Platform

Posted by Justin Weiler Follow 0 Followers on  Jul 22, 2013

Justin Weiler introduces FatDB, a NoSQL DB and a distributed platform built on Mission Oriented Architecture meant to abstract and generalize the essential characteristics of enterprise applications.

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Exploring the Architecture of the NuoDB Database, Part 2

Posted by Seth Proctor Follow 0 Followers on  Jul 17, 2013

In Part 2 of this article the author takes a look at how the transaction system is implemented, the role of the administrative layer, how all components work together and what to expect in the future. 1

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Exploring the Architecture of the NuoDB Database, Part 1

Posted by Seth Proctor Follow 0 Followers on  Jul 12, 2013

In Part 1 of this article the author introduces NuoDB and some of its main features: 3-tiered architecture, nodes are equal peers, Atoms, and versioning and concurrency system. 8

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The State of NoSQL

Posted by Stefan Edlich Follow 0 Followers on  Nov 21, 2012

Stefan Edlich reviews NoSQL, considering its evolution, financial impact, standards or their lack of, current landscape, books, the leaders and some newcomers, concluding that NoSQL is here to stay. 3

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