Very often analysis is outcome of the questions that we ask and the answers that we seek. When the available data was limited, it was fine to use this technique. We could ask the data to be presented in many different ways by asking questions in different dimensions and data would be churned to give us the answers. But with rapidly growing volume, velocity and variety of data we don't even know what questions to ask. Usually we ask questions based on our past experiences.
Sachin Dabir, CEO, Ashnik (UK)
In a traditional web server architecture each client connection is handled as a separate process or thread, and as the popularity of a website grows, and the number of concurrent connections increases—the web server slows down, delaying responses to the users. From the technical standpoint, spawning a separate process/thread requires switching CPU to a new task, and creating a new runtime context—which consumes additional memory and CPU time, and negatively impacts performance. NGINX was developed with the thought of achieving 10x more performance and the optimized use of server resources.
Sandeep Khuperkar | Director – Ashnik, India
I have been meeting customers who have liked MongoDB in their development and POC environments. These prospects/customers have been really very happy with the idea of flexible schema and that is where they find MongoDB the best fit for their R&D labs. Whenever they want to try out the new application features they first develop it on MongoDB. Considering the fact that MongoDB is the choice for handling large scale database and for high velocity of data,
Sameer Kumar, Database Consultant | Ashnik
We spend maximum of our lifetime at work, so being happy at work is really important, not just for our career's success, but also for our mental and physical health. All of us are in the search of happiness; we look for it in the external world. "That person made me unhappy" is a common dialogue, but I say, happiness is a state of mind and it's within you. No person or event can make you unhappy.
Indrayani Valinjkar | MBA - HR
MA - Counselling Psychologist, Certified Yoga teacher
"In our experience the TCO for PostgreSQL is significantly lower compared not only to commercial rivals but also to competing open source products such as MySQL."
The newest round of performance comparisons of PostgreSQL and MongoDB produced a near repeat of the results from the first tests that proved PostgreSQL can outperform MongoDB.
Marc Linster | Senior Vice President, Products and Services - EnterpriseDB
EnterpriseDB Sponsored
146 million websites use NGINX to deliver super-fast web experiences to users, at scale. NGINX is a web server, a reverse proxy server and an application load balancer.