The code is horrible and the visualisations quite possibly misleading, but I’m dead tired and there are a couple of tricks in the following R code that I want to remember, so here’s a contrived bit of fumbling with some data of the form . . .
JMS short for Java Message Service provides a mechanism for integrating applications in a loosely coupled, flexible manner. JMS delivers data asynchronously across applications on a store and forward basis.
Somewhere along the way our industry shifted this discussion into a tools discussion & now the amount of noise out there about “DevOps tools” is magnitudes higher than any discussion about the real reason DevOps exists – to shift culture.
It is a good idea to virtually burn down your servers at regular intervals. A server should be like a phoenix, regularly rising from the ashes. The primary advantage of using phoenix servers is to avoid configuration drift.
I recently started playing around with NoSQL databases as became interested in MongoDB. Here is a great video tutorial that will get you quickly introduced to NoSQL and the MongoDB application. It covers how NoSQL is different from typical RDBMS platforms and schemas, and how data is stored in MongoDB.
Data Gravity featured in this year’s EMC World keynote. But beyond the observation that large or valuable agglomerations of data exert a pull that tends to see them grow in size or value, what is a recognition of Data Gravity actually good for?