Visual Studio Code (aka VSCode or just Code) has been around for a few years now. The 1.0 release came out in April of 2016 and from there we have seen feature after feature added with every release. VSCode is a free, cross-platform source code editor that offers you the ability to perform development operations like debugging or running task. It is has become more and more popular with each release and is picking up use in PowerShell development.
Today we are talking to special guest, John Schulz , about the Cassandra Database System. We will explore the basics and compare it to conventional Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS), include some use cases, best practices and a provide a few helpful tips for you to get started learning Cassandra.
In the previous post in this series we examined the relationship between the new and emerging world of Big Data technology, in which Kafka is a prime player, and the “old world” of the RDBMS. We discussed the business reasons for partnering Oracle databases with Kafka, and the possible outcomes in doing so.
Are you going for a job where you need to know SQL, such as a Database Developer or Database Administrator? Brush up on your interview questions with this extensive list of SQL interview questions. This collection of interview questions on SQL has been collated from my experience with SQL and from various websites. It contains […]
Oracle database In-Memory option was introduced in 22.214.171.124 patchset. It is great feature to improve performance of analytic queries. For mixed workload OLTP environments In-Memory option could improve performance of analytic queries without significant negative affect on quick OLTP queries or DML operations.
So you have decided that In-Memory option could be great for you and now you want to implement this option for your critical production database.