Here, in this blog, you will go through what’s so popular about the MongoDB and MySQL databases, its highlights and the list of brands which rely upon these databases. Most importantly, you will get to see a comparative table that outlines the striking differences between the two databases – MongoDB and MySQL. On the whole, this article will shed light on the scope of both these databases towards the high-performance of modern websites and applications.
PostgreSQL, an open-source object-based relational database management software (RDBMS). Known for its horizontal scaling, high availability and extensibility, PostgreSQL is an ACID (Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation and Durability) compliant. For an application that is prepping up for production, it is crucial to have multiple copies of your database in sync known as replication.
MongoDB, an open-source document database software and falls under the category of NoSQL database as it uses JSON-like documents with dynamic schemas instead of the traditional table-based relational database structure like MySQL and PostgreSQL. This article will walk you through how to install and configure MongoDB on Ubuntu 20.04. We will do this by first adding the official MongoDB repository to the APT instance, and installing the latest version of MongoDB.
PostgreSQL, one of the most popular open-source database management systems (object-relational) and it supports both SQL and NoSQL language. In this article, besides the mere Postgres installation part, you will also see how-to verify its service status, accessing shell, creating roles and database, enabling the remote connection and its basic commands used to configure the Postgres server.
In an era of data breaches and cyber attacks, it is crucial to safeguard your website from hackers and fraudsters. One of the most recommended and standard ways to protect your site is through Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) – an encryption-based internet security protocol for ensuring data integrity. Here, you will get to know how to create the SSL certificate in both the Apache and Nginx web servers using Let’s Encrypt.
Elasticsearch is an open-source product that allows scalable search and analytics. Known for its speed, scalability, distributed nature and simple REST APIs, it searches and visualizes data in real-time. This article will take you through the procedures involved in the configuration of Elasticsearch both during the installation of Magento and post the Magento installation.
The new release of Magento 2.4 on July 2020 comes with improvements to all the core functionalities (over 100 new fixes to the code, 30 security enhancements and resolution of 226 GitHub issues) that existed in the Magento 2.3.5 p1. Since CLI is the only way to install Magento 2.4, you’ll see how to install Magento 2.4 via Composer.
Elasticsearch is a free and open source analytics and full-text search engine, i.e. fully document-based rather than schema and tables. It is widely-used for enabling search functionality for applications, i.e to search various kinds of data such as products, blog posts, categories on a web-shop, blogs and other product-based sites and applications. In this article, you’ll go through how to install and configure Elasticsearch on Ubuntu 20.04
Docker, a powerful and flexible software supports cross-platform and execution on a Windows host, including Windows 10 (Pro or Enterprise) which in turn makes Windows 10 a perfect development environment for Docker use-cases. Here, we will be seeing how to install Docker version 19 in Windows 10 using the Community Edition (CE) since it is a free version and easy to learn and build applications around it.
Among the masses of Magento installation guides and methodologies, which is the most ideal way to install Magento software and why. Without further ado, let us reveal the answer as Docker. Why? If you use Docker, it allows you to install and manage packages and at the same time, allows you to run additional scripts after each update. And what makes it special? Find out by exploring the article.