Blogs

15 Feb

5 more reasons why we love PostgreSQL 13

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As we know, PostgreSQL 13 has been released for production usage for over two months now. I can’t help but admire the efforts by community members who are contributing and adding these cool, amazing features in PostgreSQL, day after day. I may have mentioned this a few times in my past PostgreSQL blogs also but again, the latest features with every Postgres release is making it more and more suitable for Enterprise-class applications now. These features are giving a strong backbone […]

Sushant Pawar I Database Solution Consultant, Ashnik

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15 Feb

Multi cloud capabilities of NGINX – how it can help you?

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Why the need to go Multi-cloud? Multi-cloud is an approach of using services from two or more cloud service providers – Enabling organizations to leverage multiple public clouds in combination with private cloud deployments and traditional on-premise infrastructure. More and more organizations are adopting the multi-cloud strategy as it helps them achieve the right blend of costs, compliances and functionalities – all while ensuring that they always have the choice to switch providers without affecting their deliverability. While adopting the multi-cloud […]

Abhijit Pisharody | Technical Support Engineer, Ashnik

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11 Feb

PostgreSQL and Machine Learning

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In previous blog posts, I’ve discussed the use of Machine Learning for Capacity Management when monitoring your PostgreSQL infrastructure. I’ve also covered some experiments I undertook that investigated the possibility of using Machine Learning for Text Prediction to improve the user experience when searching on the pgAdmin website. In this post, I’ll explore some of the options available to us to integrate machine learning techniques directly into our PostgreSQL database servers. Why? In one word, flexibility. Our data is already in […]

EDB Postgres

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11 Feb

4 Steps to Success: From Surviving with Legacy Systems to Thriving with MongoDB

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Legacy data migrations imply a change in the status quo. More often than not, when an organization finally undertakes a thorough analysis of its technology landscape, it arrives at the same decision: to do nothing. It is an understandably daunting task to upgrade or replace 20+ year-old applications and their database counterparts. But there are good reasons, beyond the tri-annual hardware upgrade, to propel those legacy monoliths of the 1990s into the 21st century. Companies that prevailed—and even triumphed—in the volatile […]

Rajiv T | APAC Partner Director, MongoDB

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15 Jan

Vietnam’s #1 Entertainment Network Accelerates International Growth with MongoDB Atlas and Google Cloud

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With a high youth demographic, and a population whose first phone was a smartphone, Vietnam has unique conditions that are accelerating its pace of digital transformation throughout the country as it races to keep pace with neighboring countries. Digital entertainment is one of Vietnam’s boom industries. POPS, founded in Vietnam in 2007, has grown to become the leading digital entertainment company in Southeast Asia. It is the #1 network in Vietnam, providing 830+ channels and generating 4.4 billion views per month. […]

Rajiv T | APAC Partner Director, MongoDB

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15 Jan

3 Keys to Finding Digital Transformation Success Using Open Source

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In light of the events of 2020 that have impacted every aspect of our lives – economic environment, labor market, personal situations, and business reality – digital transformation initiatives may seem like a luxury. However, those same events – and the need to continue to adapt (or attempt to adapt) – to such rapidly changing conditions indicate a greater need for digital transformation than perhaps any other time in recent memory. A recent Harvard Business Review article, “Adapt Your Business to […]

EDB Postgres

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Jan
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