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Cloud-native databases? Why not?

By Jessie L. Morgan → Sunday, September 15, 2019
People who belong to the group of neophobia, changing or moving is nearly impossible. In term of moving database, it’s still true to computer users or even to someone seeming to be clear-headed with any change. Due to the fact that it is involved with many other documents, indeed some are relatively important. However, even the most proactive person still hesitates whether they should transfer on-premises data to another different place, cloud. A plenty of people might call this action is to take the risk not only for their computer but also their work or even their life. That’s why the question of using only cloud-native databases or databases that both the cloud and on-premises can work on is taken into account.

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The Right Way To Pick a Cloud Database

By Jessie L. Morgan → Friday, July 19, 2019
“Choosing the cloud database is confusing you? Down below we will show you how”

Whether you just want to expand your database to the cloud or migrate entirely to the cloud or are planning for a database deployment on-site or currently running your business database on-premises, make sure to take time to consider the cloud opportunity. With a large number of cloud database solutions available, how do you know which one is the best fit for you? The points discussed in this post will help you get started!

How to choose a cloud database?

To choose the best cloud big data platform, base your choice on some of your unique business needs and always be true to them so that you can evaluate how each platform supports your needs.
Haven’t you yet been asked to port your applications to the cloud? It doesn’t mean you won’t be. Moving on-premises data to the cloud – it is all the rage these days. While you might find it pretty simple to migrate on-premises solutions to run in the Cloud, there are a lot of differences between On-Premises and Cloud-Native data center and hosting environments. If you desire to keep the data synchronized, it can be challenging to maintain data stores on-premises and in the cloud.

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The Difference Between Data & Big Data

By Jessie L. Morgan → Saturday, March 16, 2019
As I'm sure you are aware, data is gathering and processing information and software in a timely manner. Big data is information that is enormous in volume and very complex. This big data cannot be collected, managed, or processed in a timely manner.

Big Data vs Data

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There is no clear line between what is considered Big Data but it's usually in multiples of petabytes and enormous projects in exabytes.

By rule of thumb, big data is defined by the 3 V's:

- Volume: an extreme level of data
- Variety: the number of different kinds of data
- Velocity: the amount of data that must be processed and analyzed.

Data that is established as big data comes from various places including social media, websites, mobile and desktop apps, scientific data, IoT (other devices in the internet of things, and sensors.

Big data comes from a variety of components that allow a business to put their data to practical use and solve any number of problems. This can include the IT infrastructure for supporting data, applied analytics, the technology for projects, various skills, and the actual use to make big data clear.