Edge computing is the new black, and it comes in flavors. One of these flavors is the geo-proximate model, where workloads live in regional data centers, telco COs, or even in micro-data centers at the base of cell phone towers. Geo-proximate edge computing is heavily reliant on GeoDNS and other modern DNS tools.
One of most important questions for any modern database administrator is, “How do different databases scale?” There are different approaches to database scaling, and not all of them are applicable in all contexts. An increasingly popular approach to database scaling is sharding, but what is database sharding, and how does it help databases scale? What … Read more What Is Sharding? Database Sharding, Scaling, and You