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06 Aug 2017 Understand The Multicloud Management Trade-Off [65290]
InfoWorld, July 25th 2017

"Tools that abstract away the complexity of running multiple clouds can also hide powerful cloud-native features," notes David Linthicum in InfoWorld.

"One of the trends I've been seeing for a while is the use of multiple clouds or multicloud. This typically means having two or three public clouds in the mix that are leveraged at the same time. Sometimes you're mixing private clouds and traditional systems as well.

In some cases even applications and data span two or more public clouds, looking to mix and match cloud services. Why? Enterprises are seeking to leverage the best and most cost-effective cloud services, and sometimes that means picking and choosing from different cloud providers..."
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06 Aug 2017 10 Essential Performance Tips For MySQL [65272]
InfoWorld, July 25th 2017

"From workload profiling to the three rules of indexing, these expert insights are sure to make your MySQL servers scream," offers Baron Schwartz in InfoWorld.

"As with all relational databases, MySQL can prove to be a complicated beast, one that can crawl to a halt at a moment's notice, leaving your applications in the lurch and your business on the line.

The truth is, common mistakes underlie most MySQL performance problems. To ensure your MySQL server hums along at top speed, providing stable and consistent performance, it is important to eliminate these mistakes, which are often obscured by some subtlety in your workload or a configuration trap..."
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06 Aug 2017 10 Old-School IT Principles That Still Rule (Slideshow) [65285]
Infoworld, July 25th 2017

"These graybeard IT tenets still reign -- when applied in their modernized guise," writes Bob Lewis in Infoworld.

"The more things stay the same, the more they change.

That's not exactly how the saying goes, but it's the phrase that should be engraved over every door leading to IT. It's certainly better than "Abandon all hope, ye who a enter here."

Not a lot has changed since our early days, when IT was EDP and programmers were the high priests of the glass house -- except for everything.

Luckily, much of the fundamental wisdom of the early days of IT still applies, though in a different, modernized guise. Here are 10 old-school principles that will guide you through next-generation IT and the fundamental differences in the ways you should apply them..."
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25 Jun 2017 9 Shell Tips Every Developer Should Know [64380]
InfoWorld, June 15th 2017

"Every wizened Unix hacker will have his or her own special tool set for using the command line for dev-fu. Here are mine," writes Andrew C. Oliver in InfoWorld.

"The shell is your friend. But many developers don't really know the shell, the Unix or Linux command-line environment available in several operating systems. (Bash is the best known, but there are others.)

Some of you, when you transitioned from Windows to Mac, took your (slow) clickety habits with you, not realizing that the power laid in that app called Terminal hidden under Applications somewhere. Some of you have been shelling into 'the server' to tweak a setting or two without realizing that you could automate your life away without even cracking a devops tool..."
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25 Jun 2017 3 Killer Cloud Skills That Will Get You Hired Today [64377]
InfoWorld, June 13th 2017

David Linthicum writes in InfoWorld, "One of the most common questions that I'm asked is: 'What cloud skills do I need that will get me hired quickly?'

First, keep in mind that this is an emerging area, so what employers are looking for is constantly shifting. Second, even if they do hire you for a specific skill, you'll be asked to retrain and retool as the cloud technology matures..."
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