Archive for May, 2016

Replacing MySQL with MariaDB

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In reality, sysadmins and developers prefer MariaDB because its community is derived from the same MySQL code and has additional features than MySQL. MySQL is more popular than MariaDB, which is lesser known but is considered a better alternative.
MariaDB supports more storage engines, cutting edge features, and better clustering support including active-active master clustering and is compatible with MySQL. It also has better performance and is powerful in large clusters or where master-master replication is required.
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Capacity Provisioning for Amazon Web Services

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Capacity Provisioning is one of the most vital concepts in the Hosting Industry. It is widely expanding (or shrinking) the infrastructure on which any web application can be deployed with a little or no delay. Conventionally, one used to acquire hardware, provision it with the required Operating System and then configure it before adding to the existing grid.
But the introduction of cloud computing, such as AWS Elastic Beanstalk have made it much easier to handle with the hassle of …

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