Vendor Lock-In

What is vendor lock-in and how to prevent it?

The term vendor lock-in has traditionally been used in connection with the use of proprietary software. But vendor lock-in also plays a crucial role in the age of the cloud. How exactly does vendor lock-in happen and what measures can a company take to protect itself? Read on to find out how to prevent it.

Apache Cassandra

Apache Cassandra: distributed management of large databases

Apache Cassandra is a column-oriented database management system based on NoSQL. It offers options for horizontal scaling so that you can add any number of individual nodes. Cassandra was originally developed for Facebook, but it is now used by many social networks and scientific institutions that manage large amounts of data. In the following article, we’ll introduce you to this system.

Work with CouchDB from the command line

Working with CouchDB from the command line

Learn how to use the Curl utility to work with CouchDB from the command line. Although the Futon web admin interface is an easy way to perform simple operations with CouchDB, the API is the most flexible, fast, and powerful way to perform standard CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) operations in CouchDB, both by hand and with scripts.

CouchDB introduction

An introduction to CouchDB

The creation and continued development of web applications require numerous data sets. How exactly these datasets are stored in databases is crucial for the user. The CouchDB database management system stores data in a way that is schema-free and document-oriented. Non-structured or half-structured data can be virtually filtered and structured without any issues.

Install MySQL-MariaDB

Install and Use MySQL/MariaDB

Learn how to get started with the popular relational database MySQL/MariaDB. This quick start guide will cover the installation of both, and an introduction to basic MySQL/MariaDB commands.


CronJob – automatically execute essential tasks

CronJobs automate administrative processes such as system maintenance, monitoring storage space and scheduling backups – completely automatic and in the background of the system. This makes CronJobs ideal for computers that have to function around the clock, such as servers. Find out here where and how CronJobs are used.

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