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  • 4 jam

    Makan yang nikmat adalah makan ketika kita lapar. Tidur yang nikmat adalah tidur ketika kita mengantuk. Istirahat yang nikmat adalah istirahat ketika kita merasa lelah.
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    Meskipun galak, mbak Karin bisa juga nyanyi.
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    SQL vs NoSQL Performance

    Perhaps the most controversial comparison, NoSQL is regularly quoted as being faster than SQL. This isn’t surprising; NoSQL’s simpler denormalized store allows you to retrieve all information about a specific item in a single request. There’s no need for related JOINs or complex SQL queries.

    That said, your project design and data requirements will have most impact. A well-designed SQL database will almost certainly perform better than a badly designed NoSQL equivalent and vice versa.
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    Reasons to use a SQL database:
    When it comes to database technology, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution. That’s why many businesses rely on both relational and nonrelational databases for different tasks. Even as NoSQL databases gain popularity for their speed and scalability, there are still situations where a highly structured SQL database may be preferable. Here are a few reasons you might choose an SQL database:

    1. You need to ensure ACID compliancy (Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, Durability). ACID compliancy reduces anomalies and protects the integrity of your database by prescribing exactly how transactions interact with the database. Generally, NoSQL databases sacrifice ACID compliancy for flexibility and processing speed, but for many e-commerce and financial applications, an ACID-compliant database remains the preferred option.
    2. Your data is structured and unchanging. If your business is not experiencing massive growth that would require more servers and you’re only working with data that’s consistent, then there may be no reason to use a system designed to support a variety of data types and high traffic volume.

    Reasons to use a NoSQL database:
    When all of the other components of your server-side application are designed to be fast and seamless, NoSQL databases prevent data from being the bottleneck. Big data is the real NoSQL motivator here, doing things that traditional relational databases cannot. It’s driving the popularity of NoSQL databases like MongoDB, CouchDB, Cassandra, and HBase.

    1. Storing large volumes of data that often have little to no structure. A NoSQL database sets no limits on the types of data you can store together, and allows you to add different new types as your needs change. With document-based databases, you can store data in one place without having to define what “types” of data those are in advance.
    2. Making the most of cloud computing and storage. Cloud-based storage is an excellent cost-saving solution, but requires data to be easily spread across multiple servers to scale up. Using commodity (affordable, smaller) hardware on-site or in the cloud saves you the hassle of additional software, and NoSQL databases like Cassandra are designed to be scaled across multiple data centers out of the box without a lot of headaches.
    3. Rapid development. If you’re developing within two-week Agile sprints, cranking out quick iterations, or needing to make frequent updates to the data structure without a lot of downtime between versions, a relational database will slow you down. NoSQL data doesn’t need to be prepped ahead of time.
    Now that you’ve got an overview of SQL vs. NoSQL, who do you need to help you build and maintain your database systems? Relational and non-relational database management systems can get extremely complicated, and definitely require upkeep—especially when you factor in moving to the cloud. While it’s easy to manage a basic single-file database in a program like Microsoft Access, you’ll want to hire a capable database architect to handle your relational database management system (RDBMS) or NoSQL database management. Explore database administrators on Upwork.
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    Kalau ada yang posting berita yang benar dari sumber yang benar, langsung dibann sama kecebong. Itulah sebabnya kecebong tidak pernah menemukan kebenaran.
    Telah diubah
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    SMS sender/receiver script with a GSM modem using AT+ commands
    https://github.com/gonzalo123/gam-sms
    https://github.com/rubberneck/php-serial
    https://github.com/Xowap/PHP-Serial
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    Tentara banci semuanya.
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