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One of two possible outcomes (the other is deny) when an IAM access policy is evaluated. When a user makes a request to AWS, AWS evaluates the request based on all permissions that apply to the user and then returns either allow or deny.
Feed: Planet MySQL; Author: MySQL Performance Blog; This is a three-part blog series. Be on the lookout for parts two and three in the coming days.There was no reason to plan for it, but the load on your system increased 100%, 300%, 500%, and your MySQL database has to support it. This is a reality many online systems have to deal with these days. This series focuses on dealing with the unexpected high traffic event as it is happening.There are also a lot of things you can do proactively, which we covered in “Prepare Your Databases for High Traffic on ... Read More
Feed: Planet MySQL; Author: Continuent; In this blog post, we talk about the basic function and features of the Tungsten Connector.The Tungsten Connector is an intelligent MySQL proxy that provides key high-availability and read-scaling features. This includes the ability to route MySQL queries by inspecting them in-flight. Connector Basics Understanding the Two Key Features The most important function of the Connector is failover handling. When the cluster detects a failed master because the MySQL server port is no longer reachable, the Connectors are signaled and traffic is re-routed to the newly-elected Master node. Next is the ability to route MySQL ... Read More
Feed: Featured Blog Posts - Data Science Central. Author: Cheryl To. #FlattenTheCurve. #StayHome. #QuarantineLife. They’ve all been trending, and it seems like everybody knows that it’s time to stay at home, indoors, and as far apart (physically) as possible. We’re in the midst of a global pandemic, the worst we’ve seen in a century, yet we still see people out and about, on the streets, congregating in large groups, against the unambiguous advice of experts and health professionals.Why jeopardize public safety? Is it due to a lack of information? A quick online search will produce results on how the virus ... Read More
Feed: Featured Blog Posts - Data Science Central. Author: Manoj Rupareliya. Every nascent industry needs to consider modern technology for leveraging competitive advantages in today's business world. They can leverage the power of the latest technology like blockchain, internet of things (IoT), augmented reality, or any other to be the frontrunner in the businesses. The business entrepreneurs have to make sure that they learn how this modern technology can benefit their business in the long run. There are various questions which businesses have to consider for knowing whether a particular technology is a perfect match for their business or not, ... Read More
Feed: R-bloggers. Author: Kelly O'Briant. [This article was first published on RStudio Blog, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers]. (You can report issue about the content on this page here) Want to share your content on R-bloggers? click here if you have a blog, or here if you don't. One of the biggest frustrations for a data scientist, whether your primary language is R or Python, is to have your hard work go underutilized. A stream of disposable reports, emails, and presentations that get viewed once and cast aside are not the ideal recipe for how to make an impact. To ... Read More
Feed: SAS Blogs. Author: Lucas de Paula. Whether you like it or not, Microsoft Excel is still a big hit in the data analysis world. From small to big customers, we still see fit for daily routines such as filtering, generating plots, calculating items on ad-hoc analysis or even running statistical models. Whenever I talk to customers, there is always someone who will either ask: Can this be exported to excel or can we import data from excel?. Recently, other questions started to come up more often: Can we run Python within SAS? How do I allow my team to ... Read More
Feed: Recent Announcements. A few key features included in 2.4.1 are: KIP-392, Allow Consumers to Fetch from Closest Replica, this allows consumers to fetch data from the nearest replica partition rather than from the leader partition, which reduces latency and potential cross Availability Zone data transfer. KIP-480, Sticky Partitioner, this provides performance improvements to the default Apache Kafka partitioner with up to 50% reduction in latency. KIP-455, Create an Administrative API for Replica Reassignment Apache, this provides a new Apache Kafka Admin API for partition reassignment and addresses limitations of the Apache ZooKeeper implementation. Amazon MSK is a fully managed ... Read More
Feed: Recent Announcements. AWS WAF is a web application firewall that helps protect your web applications from common web exploits that could affect application availability, compromise security, or consume excessive resources. AWS WAF gives you control over which traffic to allow or block to your web applications by defining customizable web security rules. AWS WAF can be deployed on Amazon CloudFront, Application Load Balancer, and Amazon API Gateway. To learn more visit the detailed page here. AWS Shield is a managed Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) protection service that safeguards web applications running on AWS. AWS Shield provides always-on detection ... Read More
Hubert ‘depesz’ Lubaczewski: Waiting for PostgreSQL 13 – Allow pg_stat_statements to track planning statistics.
Feed: Planet PostgreSQL. On 2nd of April 2020, Fujii Masao committed patch: Allow pg_stat_statements to track planning statistics. This commit makes pg_stat_statements support new GUC pg_stat_statements.track_planning. If this option is enabled, pg_stat_statements tracks the planning statistics of the statements, e.g., the number of times the statement was planned, the total time spent planning the statement, etc. This feature is useful to check the statements that it takes a long time to plan. Previously since pg_stat_statements tracked only the execution statistics, we could not use that for the purpose. The planning and execution statistics are stored at the end ... Read More
Feed: Feed | Tractica. Author: Glenn Sanders. A robot with no way to sense its position or environment is simply an automaton that performs movements blindly. That is changing due to a trend toward adding vision, torque, and other sensors to robots to make them more aware of their surroundings. This is the result of companies seeking greater productivity, throughput, safety, and quality that is creating a surge in automation, smart manufacturing, and robotization. Let’s take a look at some of the technologies and key companies in this space. Position sensors One of the most rudimentary sensors for robots tells ... Read More