Blogs

12 May

Robust Big Data Log Analytics platform in open source

SandeepK

Log analysis has become a critical need of every business to improve their operational performance in IT and business. Today organizations generate massive amount of data from various aspects of their operations causing radical and unprecedented growth of log files. With data amounting to terabytes and more, it’s posing a big challenge for organizations to perform effective log analytics using traditional software. As business activities and transactions continue to exponentially grow, it’s becoming increasingly more challenging to store, process and analyze […]

Sandeep Khuperkar

12
May
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12 May

How Amazon Aurora is a success of PostgreSQL

Big Data Talk

I have been observing AWS Aurora for a while and it has my special attention after being launched with PostgreSQL compatibility. Not too long back, I had even written about why you should consider moving your database to cloud and how you can overcome the challenges of database migration to cloud. Aurora only strengthens my belief that a database can run much more efficiently in a cloud infrastructure and at the same time it can free-up your DBA to focus more […]

Sameer Kumar

12
May
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12 May

Open Source adoption continues to be embraced in the Philippines

Cha

Open source solutions are increasingly obtaining preference across the globe. The reception of open source technologies has been very positive across Asia in the recent times, following the accelerated deployment of the same worldwide. It has steadily been gaining grounds across the globe and in Philippines, just like its Asian neighbors who are adopting the trend promptly. As individuals and organizations in Philippines are getting more technology-savvy, open source is gradually receiving a second glance either as an alternative or as […]

Cha Mamuyac

12
May
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9 May

New features coming in PostgreSQL 10

Robort

The list of new features coming in PostgreSQL 10 is extremely impressive.  I’ve been involved in the PostgreSQL project since the 8.4 release cycle (2008-2009), and I’ve never seen anything like this.  Many people have already blogged about these features elsewhere; my purpose here is just to bring together a list of the features that, in my opinion, are the biggest new things that we can expect to see in PostgreSQL 10. [Disclaimers: (1) Other people may have different opinions.  (2) […]

Robert Haas

9
May
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8 May

Why is Healthcare data still difficult to measure?

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Have you had to make an unfortunate visit to the ER and they were unable to locate your entire health history? Or has your doctor mistakenly prescribed you something that you are allergic to? While healthcare organizations have access to more data, they are faced with a number of other challenges that make it difficult to provide consistent quality of care.   In addition to managing growing volumes of healthcare data, healthcare organizations need to handle a variety of data types ranging […]

Jonathan Shafer

8
May
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8 May

Connected yet disconnected – contradiction of the modern world!

Sakshi

The presence of technology can be sensed in all aspects of our lives today. There are so many wonderful advantages of technology that now we would probably struggle to remember a time without technology. It has shrunk our world and allowed us to connect with people from across the globe in a matter of seconds. Albeit, conversations have today are evolving into a group of distracted people glued to their phones. I notice how with all the modern technologies right under […]

Sakshi Singh

8
May
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