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Published By: BMC Software     Published Date: Jul 22, 2015
In this paper, learn how a proven workload automation solution can help you shorten development time and get Hadoop applications into production more quickly. By replacing scripting with the standard functions provided by a workload automation system, you can also deliver an application that is simpler, more reliable, and easier to debug once in production.
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big data, production, workload automation, hadoop, debugging, scripting
    
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Published By: Stratus Technologies     Published Date: Mar 10, 2009
Terry Bass, V Series and OpenVOS Product Manager, discusses the arsenal of industry standard and open source applications available today on OpenVOS that make UNIX and Linux programmers immediately productive on the world’s most reliable operating system. VOS is now OPEN.
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stratus, openvos, open source applications, unix, linux, gnu tools, debugging tools, industry standard
    
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Published By: TechInsights     Published Date: Sep 01, 2009
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embedded systems, conference, boston, esc boston, build your own embedded system, atom, windows embedded, classes
    
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Published By: Stackify     Published Date: Nov 19, 2014
Have you ever had to work with your log files once your application left development? If so, you quickly run into a few pain points. Learn how to create a “culture of logging” and work smarter, not harder.
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log management, developer tools, error tracking, log analytics, stackify, application support, debugging tools, software logging
    
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Published By: Datastax     Published Date: Aug 07, 2018
A DBA’s life is full of surprises – some more pleasant than others. As a DBA you’re pretty much “on it” 24-7-365: putting out fires, checking alerts, training people, keeping test databases in sync with production, debugging, and praying your developers are writing halfway decent code. If you’re swinging over to the NoSQL side (the “dark” side?), or considering it, then you’ll want to read this white paper, The DBA’s Guide to NoSQL. It’s essentially a NoSQL bible, sans orders from God -- or Darth Vader.
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Published By: Datastax     Published Date: Aug 15, 2018
A DBA’s life is full of surprises – some more pleasant than others. As a DBA you’re pretty much “on it” 24-7-365: putting out fires, checking alerts, training people, keeping test databases in sync with production, debugging, and praying your developers are writing halfway decent code. If you’re swinging over to the NoSQL side (the “dark” side?), or considering it, then you’ll want to read this white paper, The DBA’s Guide to NoSQL. It’s essentially a NoSQL bible, sans orders from God -- or Darth Vader.
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