How Google’s cloud is ushering in a new era of SQL databases

In 2005 when Google was a $6.1 billion business, the database(Google’s cloud) that underpinned the company’s primary cash cow – it’s AdWords online advertising platform

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6 Ways Your Apps May Be Attacked: How Crowdsourced Penetration Testing Improves Software Development

In the modern world of security and Apps security , there is stuff you worry about and stuff you don’t. Most companies have SaaS and third-party

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NoSQL, NO problem: Why MySQL is still king?!

MySQL is a bit of an attention hog. With relational databases supposedly put on deathwatch by NoSQL,MySQL should have been edging gracefully to the exit

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Smart Cities, Big Problems? The Risk of Malware in IoT-Enabled Infrastructure

Cities are notoriously inefficient. As populations rise, everything from mass transit and road maintenance to power generation and garbage collection becomes more complex and costly.

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Oracle recommends axing Java object finalizer

Java’s Object.finalize capability is on the chopping block, deemed more trouble than it’s worth. But expect it to stick around for a while. Deprecation has

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How to Choose the Right Host for Your Website?

There are thousands of web hosting companies — the services that essentially connect your site to the internet. So how does an entrepreneur choose the

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The Internet of Things: 7 Challenges

Few doubt that smart devices are the next technological revolution.The next generation of connected appliances is already starting to create the Internet of Things (IoT),

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JSON Libraries Patched Against Invalid Curve Crypto Attack

A number of JSON libraries using the JSON Web Encryption specification (JWE) to create, sign and encrypt access tokens have been patched against an attack

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Java 9 gets a release date: July 27

JDK 9(Java 9), which features modularization and ahead-of-time compilation, will be released this summer

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