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DFLabs Receives More Funding to Fight Data Breaches

February 6, 2018

DFLabs, a provider of security automation and orchestration, is receiving increased funding from an existing investor, allowing the company to expand and meet the growing demand for security. The $9 million from existing investor Evolution Equity Partners will capitalize on […]


NoSQL standouts: The best key-value databases

January 2, 2018

Most any application needs some form of persistence—a way to store the data outside of the application for safekeeping. The most basic way is to write data to the file system, but that can quickly become a slow and unwieldy […]


How to use Redis for real-time metering applications

December 7, 2017

Category: Online Tools

Metering is not just a simple counting problem. Metering is often confused with measuring, but it is usually more than that. Metering does involve measuring, but as an ongoing process, usually with the goal of regulating the usage or flow […]


Performance, security, and availability

How to speed up Python

February 15, 2018

Via: Info World

Python is a powerful programming language that is easy to learn and easy to work with, but it is not always the fastest to run—especially when you’re dealing with math or statistics. Third-party libraries like NumPy, which wrap C libraries, […]


Application areas, Other, Performance, security, and availability

Know How to Improve Employee Performance Using Big Data

February 14, 2018

Via: Dataversity

Irrespective of the industry or company size, Big Data is playing a crucial role for business decision makers. Although many businesses have adopted Big Data Analytics as a critical component of their market analytics practices and customer experience enhancement, there […]


Application areas, Online Tools, Other

How to work with LiteDB in C#

February 12, 2018

Via: Info World Database

LiteDB is a fast, simple, zero-configuration, embedded NoSQL database for .Net. It is a good choice for simple applications (web, mobile, or desktop) where you may need one data file per user but don’t need to support many concurrent write […]