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Four Methods of Change Data Capture

Click to learn more about author Joe deBuzna. As its name suggests, Change Data Capture (CDC) techniques are used to identify changes. CDC can be the basis to synchronize another system with the same incremental changes, or to store an audit trail of changes. The audit trail may subsequently be used for other uses e.g. to update a […]

Building Confidence in Test Automation

Click to learn more about author Drew Horn. This is part two of a three-part series on introducing and building test automation into your application development and deployment pipeline. In part one of this three-part series, we covered the first steps of introducing automated testing into your software development lifecycle. Now that you’ve worked on […]

In-Memory Database Architecture: An Overview

In-memory databases work faster than databases with disk storage. This is because they use “internal” optimization algorithms, which are simpler and faster, and this type of system requires fewer CPU instructions than a disk storage system. Additionally, accessing data that has been stored “in-memory” eliminates the need for seek time while searching for data. As […]

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