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SQLx: The Rust SQL Toolkit

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An async, pure Rust SQL crate features compile-time checked queries without a domain specific language. This article will give a basic whirlwind tour of...

Should You Switch to Serverless Computing?

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There’s a lot of buzz around serverless computing. But should everyone shift to it? And why? Here are some insights. Serverless doesn’t refer to a...

NetApp Acquires Database-As-A-Service Player, Instaclustr

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NetApp Inc., a data storage company, said today that it has acquired the open source database startup Instaclustr Pty. Ltd. for an undisclosed sum. Enterprises...

Open Source Database Migration To Azure

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MySQL, MariaDB, and PostgreSQL are among the most popular open source databases available. Running these databases on bare metal devices, on the other hand,...

Open Source Intelligence Team Launches DarkInvader

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DarkInvader is a new venture launched by the original team behind RandomStorm and Pentest People that combines automated dark web searches with open source...

NYU Team Launches Open Source Database From Woven Planet

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A new dataset released by a New York University Tandon School of Engineering research team and Woven Planet Holdings, Inc., a Toyota subsidiary dedicated...

Migrating to Microsoft Azure Open Source and Linux based databases at...

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The Linux and Open Source Databases Migration to Microsoft Azure advanced specialisation – a validation of a solution partner's deep knowledge, extensive experience, and...

Popular Open Source Databases: An Overview

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An open source database offers a codebase that is available for users to freely download, modify, distribute, and reuse. In this article, we will...

Installing and Using MariaDB on Ubuntu

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MariaDB is a popular database server today, primarily because of its good performance and compatibility with MySQL. This article gives a short tutorial on...

MariaDB and MySQL: Which One Should You Use?

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MariaDB and MySQL have been rising in popularity. Both offer various benefits of their own, and it might be hard to pick one over...