Posts Tagged ‘mysql’

How to Set Up Replication in MySQL

MySQL replication is a real-time mechanism that automatically copies or replicates data from one server to another backup server. Database administrators can use the master-slave replication procedure to replicate or copy data from multiple servers at the same time. This allows the database administrator to create a continuous live backup of the database. They can […]

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Docker Bootcamp – Linking Multiple Containers

Welcome back to Docker Bootcamp.  In this post, we’ll set up multiple containers and link them, so they function together.  For example, you could have one container for a database server and another for a web server hosting a content management system.  Remember, containers are specialized and can only run one piece of software.  Linking […]

Performing a Functional Test for ETL from MySQL to MongoDB

MySQL has been a very popular DBMS and was chosen for many application systems since it is open source and easy to use. In NoSQL, MongoDB is becoming popular and is being applied in application development and the big data analytics field. In one of my colleague’s blog posts, he discusses that we built an […]

How to Run an Existing Liferay Application in Docker Container

As an instrumental containerization tool in the DevOps technologies, Docker is useful and being widely applied in the continuous integration (CI), continuous delivery (CD) and auto deployment practice. Perficient China portal team has just completed a Liferay application dockerization. This implementation makes our entire application/instance to be lightweight in the deployment and lay the foundation […]

Creating Microsoft FIM Management Agent: lessons learned

Microsoft FIM (Frontend Identity Manager) is a popular enterprise product which is allowing to automate user creation, provisioning and de-provisioning in Microsoft Active Directory. FIM has many out-of-the-box extension connectors which allows for connecting FIM to external systems (like external user catalogs), including a set of web services. When out-of-the-box connectors are not sufficient, it’s […]

Oracle Critical Patch Update

Oracle Critical Patch Update Released | 169 fixes

Oracle recently released it’s January 2015 Critical Patch Update that includes 169 new security fixes across the following product groups: Oracle Database Oracle Fusion Middleware Oracle Fusion Applications Oracle Enterprise Manager Oracle Applications – E-Business Suite Oracle Applications – Oracle Supply Chain, PeopleSoft Enterprise, JD Edwards Product Suite, Siebel and iLearning Oracle Communications Industry Suite Oracle Retail […]