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We understand that choosing open source software for your business can be a potential minefield. You need to select the best available options, which fully support and adapt to your changing needs.
There are lots of open source database options out there for you. People often wonder how they will know which is the right fit for their needs.
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Modern developers are faced with the task of operating in an exceedingly competitive business environment.
When planning out a new or changed application backend environment, or migrating to another backend environment, there are lots of decisions that need to be made. One of the first is which database product or products best suit your needs.
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There are lots of open source database options out there for you. You can choose from a relational database, like MySQL or PostgreSQL; or a NoSQL choice like MongoDB. You can run the database on premises, in the cloud, or a hybrid of both.
Today, guaranteeing the performance of mission-critical applications, websites and services is one of the most important aspects of business success.
Businesses rely on the availability of their applications and underlying data. In fact, 93% of companies responding to a recent survey state rate data as critical to their business success.
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PostgreSQL, most commonly referred to as Postgres, is the fourth most popular database in the world. It has a primary focus on data integrity and has the ability to be customized through extensions.
MongoDB is the most popular NoSQL database option. How do you know when it makes sense to use it over another database?
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MySQL is one of the most widely used relational databases, powering nine out of ten websites around the world. With this level of adoption, it must be a good fit for your needs, right? Not so fast.
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