This article will show you how to run some preliminary benchmarks against two managed NoSQL systems. For this test we will compare Instaclustr and Amazon DynamoDB using the Yahoo Cloud Serving Benchmark (YCSB). Instaclustr provides managed Apache Cassandra hosting and DynamoDB is Amazons own managed key value store solution.
Both Cassandra and DynamoDB are very similar architecturally and both Instaclustr and DynamoDB services run on Amazon's cloud infrastructure, so it will be an excellent performance test and comparison of the two.
Mongo is an open source schemaless database system which is very different from the more popular MySQL. The most considerable differences are that MySQL is written using SQL queries, while MongoDB is focused on BSON (Binary JSON).
What is it about Node.js that makes it interesting to developers? The key factors are performance, timing, and focusing on a real problem that wasn't easily solved with other server-side dynamic languages.
mashape-oauth - OAuth Modules for Node.js - Supporting RSA, HMAC, PLAINTEXT, 2,3-Legged, 1.0a, Echo, XAuth, and 2.0
Tito Ciuro's insight:
Mashape OAuth (GitHub: Mashape / mashape-oauth, License: MIT, npm: mashape-oauth) by Nijiko Yonskai is a set of modules for OAuth and OAuth2. It has been designed to work with lots of variations of OAuth implementations, and includes some lengthy Mocha unit tests.
The authors have also written a document called The OAuth Bible that explains the main concepts behind each supported OAuth variation, which is useful because the OAuth terminology isn’t exactly easy to get to grips with.
Caching is important. It’s one of the best tools we have to make websites faster, so any aspiring coder needs to understand it. But most of the articles you’ll find when you search for “caching” cover specific tools, or assume you’re already an experienced programmer. They don’t explain the basics of how a cache works or why it’s useful. My goal with this article is to fill that gap and provide a gentle introduction for smart beginners.
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