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Engineer standing next to rows of database servers Migrating a Database? Consider These Factors First

Database migration is usually performed with a migration tool or service. Migrating one database to another actually involves migrating the schemas, tables, and data; the software itself is not migrated. Whatever the reason for migration, before you start, explore the options and take these considerations into account.

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Deepak Vohra
Lines of data in a spreadsheet Before Data Analysis, You Need Data Preparation

One of the prerequisites for any type of analytics in data science is data preparation. Raw data usually has several shortcomings in structure, format, and consistency, so first it has to be converted to a usable form. These are some types of data preparation you can conduct to make your data useful for analysis.

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Deepak Vohra
Building with clouds reflected on the side Selecting a Cloud Service

Cloud services are relatively new, and for those used to downloading and installing software, it may be daunting at first when trying to figure out which cloud service to use. Let’s analyze the different options—infrastructure as a service, platform as a service, and software as a service—and when you should use each.

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Deepak Vohra
Virtual machine Explaining Hardware Virtualization and Containerization

Virtualization is the abstraction of a computer resource—such as hardware, memory, storage, an operating system, a desktop machine, or a network—built on top of the physical resource. There are many types of virtualization, and here, we look at virtualization of hardware and of an operating system, or containerization.

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Deepak Vohra
Server stack What’s Different about Testing Serverless Applications?

Serverless computing is a DevOps technique that uses cloud-provided runtimes to execute code components in a defined workflow. Testing is easier in some ways with this model, but more difficult in others. Let's dive into the ways testing serverless applications and components is different from traditional architecture.

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Peter Varhol Gerie Owen
Stack of servers with an X over them The Advantages of Serverless Cloud Providers

Most cloud providers have server-based computing services. But that requires servers to be provisioned and administered, and servers have a fixed capacity to operate within. A new DevOps trend is to go serverless—however, this doesn’t mean no servers are used at all. Learn more about this model and its advantages now.

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Deepak Vohra
Graphic of cloud-connected devices 4 Reasons to Use Cloud Testing for Digital Transformation

Cloud computing makes data access more reliable and efficient, with less administration effort required, so testing in the cloud can accelerate your digital transformation. This helps guarantee quality and decrease time to market. Here are four more reasons to consider cloud testing for your digital transformation.

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Ray Parker
password list Better Check This List: Worst Passwords of 2018

We’ve embraced the IoT in our everyday lives, yet with so many connection points, there’s a risky habit too many of us still need to break—using weak passwords. SplashData evaluated more than five million passwords leaked online during the previous year and compiled the top worst passwords for 2018.

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Pamela Rentz