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An argument against defaulting to auto-increment primary keys

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The de-facto “easy” primary key for ages has been the auto-incrementing integer. Upon insertion of a new record, the database simply increments a counter for the table and uses the new value for the primary key of the inserted row. It’s simple to setup, requires no maintenance, and guarantees a predictable key. For my own purposes, I was under the ...

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Deploy your Node/Couchbase application to the cloud with Clever Cloud

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Introduction Clever Cloud is the first PaaS to provide Couchbase as a service allowing developers to run applications in a fully managed environment. This article shows how to deploy an existing application to Clever Cloud. I am using a very simple Node application that I have documented in a previous article: “Easy application development with Couchbase, Angular and Node”. Clever Cloud ...

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On the Spot Servicing with Hybrid Cloud Monitoring Solutions

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Many businesses utilize cloud host management systems for their cloud services; however, with cloud monitoring solutions, the IT manager is able to monitor a hybrid cloud infrastructure and provision the necessary hardware on-the-fly. Stated differently, cloud monitoring solutions provide the business with internal tools to monitor both the internal private cloud and the external public cloud. Configurations and Management of ...

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Introduction to Cloud Computing

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Cloud Computing is a delivery of computing as a service rather than a product. I will come back to this after a few lines of introduction. Still then stay put. Introduction In very recent past if a company decided to create and host an application they would need to do following: Traditional infrastructure   Create a physical infrastructure Layer – ...

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Heroku and Java – From Newbie to Beginner, Part 2

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The problem So after a few days I could get back to my little Recaps project. I started with checking logs and found something like this:               2012-03-04T01:52:51+00:00 heroku[web.1]: Idling 2012-03-04T01:52:53+00:00 heroku[web.1]: Stopping process with SIGTERM 2012-03-04T01:53:03+00:00 heroku[web.1]: Error R12 (Exit timeout) -> Process failed to exit within 10 seconds of SIGTERM 2012-03-04T01:53:03+00:00 heroku[web.1]: ...

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Heroku and Java – From Newbie to Beginner, Part 1

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Recently I’ve heard that Heroku allows deployment of Java applications in it’s Cedar stack. Having no real software idea I decided I’ll give it a try and just configure SOMETHING to work on Heroku. I have some kind of crush on ReST (I still want to learn it and practice it) so I’ve decided my first application will be a ...

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Multipart Upload on S3 with jclouds

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1. Goal In the previous article, we looked at how we can use the generic Blob APIs from jclouds to upload content to S3. In this article we will use the S3 specific asynchronous API from jclouds to upload content and leverage the multipart upload functionality provided by S3. 2. Preparation     2.1. Set up the custom API The ...

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Upload on Amazon S3 with the jclouds library

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There are several good ways to upload content to an S3 bucket in the Java world – in this article we’ll look at what the jclouds library provides for this purpose. To use jclouds – specifically the APIs discussed in this article, this simple Maven dependency should be added to the pom of the project:           ...

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