Intro to Python Frameworks Part 2 – Full-Stack vs. Micro Framework

As we discussed in Part 1 of this two-part article series, there are many Python frameworks. Python.org breaks them down into three formats: full-stack, less than full-stack, and micro-stack. Today we are going to make it simple and separate them into full-stack and micro-stack. You’ll get an overview of some of the ...Read More

What You Need to Know About the MariaDB & Percona Forks of MySQL

Sometimes it feels like you’re bound to hit MySQL eventually, regardless of where you dig on the Internet. It lies beneath the biggest sites, such as Lucent, Facebook, Drupal, WordPress, Google, Joomla and countless other major frameworks, and it’s so huge it has its own letter in the LAMP stack (Linux, Apache, ...Read More

An Introduction to Python Frameworks – Part 1

Python began life in the late 1980s. It was developed by Guido van Rossum at Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica, a math and computer science research center in Amsterdam Science Park in the Netherlands. Van Rossum continues to be an influential figure in the development and guidance of Python. In fact, members of ...Read More

Dynamic Digest: Week of 1/18

Welcome to the Dynamic Digest, a weekly recap of the latest news happening in our industry. Want the pulse of what’s going on in enterprise software and analytics, performance management, cloud computing, data, and other like topics? We got you covered! This week in the world of technology, the European data bill ...Read More

6 Basic Security Concerns for SQL Databases – Part 2

In our first article, we looked at some of the basics of securing databases, examined several examples of major data breaches, and reviewed best practices companies use to prevent hackers from accessing sensitive information. In this article, we are going to look at some advanced database security issues and recommend steps you ...Read More

How Gannett Scaled the Digital Newsroom with AppDynamics

Read more about Gannett’s work with AppDynamics in the full case study here. We’re always learning about new verticals and industries that implement AppDynamics into their frameworks, creating a better enterprise, and a better experience for their end users. One of those stories lands at the crossroads of media and technology, as the ...Read More

6 Basic Security Concerns for SQL Databases – Part 1

Consider these scenarios: A low-level IT systems engineer spills soda, which takes down a bank of servers; a warehouse fire burns all of the patient records of a well-regarded medical firm; a government division’s entire website vanishes without a trace. Data breaches and failures are not isolated incidents. According to the 2014 ...Read More

Dynamic Digest: Week of 1/11

Welcome to the Dynamic Digest, a weekly recap of the latest news happening in our industry. Want the pulse of what’s going on in enterprise software and analytics, performance management, cloud computing, data, and other like topics? We got you covered! This week in the world of technology, Audi introduced an electric ...Read More

How AWS Views the Future of Enterprise IT [VIDEO]

Amazon Web Services pioneered cloud computing in 2008. Since then, they’ve learned a lot about what enterprises have done to meaningfully adopt the cloud to benefit their businesses. However, migrating to the cloud is often an exhausting process.   Stephen Orban, Global Head of Enterprise Strategy at AWS, was one of the ...Read More

7 Ways ES2015 Can Improve Your JavaScript Programming

ES6 is a major update to the JavaScript language, the first since the adoption of ES5 in 2009. The features of ES6 are being incorporated into JavaScript engines around the web right now, and the changes are far reaching. The new features in ES6 show how far JavaScript has come over the ...Read More