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When it comes to choosing a database for an organization or developers an obvious choice would be limiting it within the RDBMS (ORACLE, SQL Server, MySQL etc.) only. Until recently in 2009 when there was a new trend in the market, which changed the landscape of database engines. This new trend was named NoSQL. Lot of people took this term as “NO SQL” (derogatory) but in reality it was “Not Only... read more
What is Software Defined Storage (SDS)? While Software Defined Networking (SDN) has become a buzzword, SDS has been slightly behind. But it could catch up any time. Like SDN, SDS too is about separating the Data Plane (hardware delivering storage capacity) from the Control Plane (software-logic driving storage services). It is about having the software storage stack providing a full suite of... read more
We are all aware of the old wisdom: ‘Assume’ is spelt ass + u + me. If you assume something there is a very high possibility that you will make a donkey of me. Most projects fail when assumptions remain unstated. Therefore, recording assumptions are encouraged. Every assumption has an associated risk. Every risk has a possible negative impact. So assumptions are the root of all evil, right? Wrong... read more
Jack of all trades, master of none “is a figure of speech used in reference to a person that is competent with many skills but is not necessarily outstanding in any particular one.” - Wikipedia Jack of all trades, master of none is taken in a negative context whenever we think of this phrase. Don’t you? In today’s environment in the workplace and at home, when we have to have knowledge in... read more
3D printing is observing a strong market trend and being perceived as the next industrial revolution. When someone hears it first time, it sounds like printing on a paper which will have 3D effect!  Well, interestingly that’s not the case; it's nothing to do with printing on a paper!! 3D Printing rather entails creating (which is said as printing) an actual 3D object from a machine, which is... read more
The software for aircraft systems is developed to DO-178B standards. DO-178B primarily concerns itself with safety. Safety analysis carried out at the systems level determines to what level the software shall be developed and verified. Thus, for example, software that could result in a catastrophic failure are developed to Level A. Those that have no impact on safety are assigned Level E, and do... read more

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Johnson Selwyn
What is Software Defined Storage (SDS)? While Software Defined Networking (SDN) has become a buzzword, SDS has been slightly behind. But it could catch up any time. Like SDN, SDS too is about separating the Data Plane (hardware delivering storage capacity) from the Control Plane (software-logic...
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We are all aware of the old wisdom: ‘Assume’ is spelt ass + u + me. If you assume something there is a very high possibility that you will make a donkey of me. Most projects fail when assumptions remain unstated. Therefore, recording assumptions are encouraged. Every assumption has an associated...
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