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MongoDB goes serverless with latest Atlas release

The NoSQL database specialist is making its managed Atlas service available on a serverless basis, and has announced a host of updates to version 5.0 of its core product.

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Getting started with time series analysis

Time series analysis involves identifying attributes of your time series data, such as trend and seasonality, by measuring statistical properties.

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The problem with sharding

Early scaling decisions can come back to haunt you. Follow these tips to ensure that data sharding actually helps, rather than hinders, the scalability of your application.

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What is MongoDB? A quick guide for developers

MongoDB is a leading NoSQL solution that delivers on the promise of flexible-schema data stores, offering developers a faster, easier, and more natural way of building applications.

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Rethinking data architectures for a cloud world

An open, services-oriented approach has clear advantages for building modular and scalable applications. We should take the same approach to our data.

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Gaia-X: Will the European data cloud fail?

The basic services for Gaia-X have been defined. But the project is only making slow progress, and the critical voices are getting louder.

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How to visualize time series data

Visualizing time series data is often the first step in observing trends that can guide time series modeling and analysis.

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3 reasons centralizing your data is a bad idea

Centralizing your data is like painting yourself into a corner. Partition data by services to avoid this common mistake.

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Why you need a data integration platform

With every organization generating and accessing multiple data sources, an integration platform ensures every team has the data they need to drive the business forward.

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Deal with supply chain issues using cloud computing

As the pandemic winds down, we learn what we did right and wrong with supply chain management. Many are now bolstering their supply chains with cloud computing.

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Snowflake pushes back at… whom?

Making great efforts to tout its closed source software, Snowflake may be trying to convince an audience that doesn't really care.

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The value of time series data and TSDBs

Time series data key insights in domains ranging from science and medicine to systems monitoring and industrial IoT. Understand time series data and the databases designed to ingest, store, and analyze time series data.

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CIO Think Tank Roadmap Report: Reinventing IT

As companies accelerate out of pandemic disruption, how can IT meet increasing demands — and reap unprecedented benefits? In a series of virtual roundtables, dozens of IT leaders offered key insights about the road ahead.

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PostgreSQL benefits and challenges: A snapshot

PostgreSQL continues to improve in ways that meet the needs of even the most complex, mission-critical use cases. It also presents certain challenges.

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New tools for Azure Data at Build 2021

From immutable ledgers in SQL Azure to in-memory cache in Cosmos DB, Microsoft is adding more features to its Azure data platform.

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Striking a balance with ‘open’ at Snowflake

At Snowflake, we fully embrace the value of open standards and open source. But we strive to avoid misguided applications of open that create costly complexity instead of low-cost ease of use.

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Don’t migrate your problems to the cloud

Many look to cloud computing as the way to fix issues with data and systems, but migrating an existing problem may not be in your best interest.

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How companies are moving on from Cobol

The legacy programming language that refuses to die is still powering millions of daily transactions, but the difficulties of maintaining and integrating Cobol mainframes make the case for modernization more compelling every day.

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