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How to Use Rundeck Create a job by defining a single step or a workflow that can execute any set of commands, scripts, or tools on any number of local or remote nodes. Safely hand off the job to others to execute or follow the output -- depending on the permissions you give them. Collaborate with others and build your organization's library of repeatable and auditable actions. Enjoy being the Hero. You've safely given Dev and QA teams access to self-service operations tasks (deployments, restarts, data management, etc).

NOSQL Patterns Over the last couple years, we see an emerging data storage mechanism for storing large scale of data. These storage solution differs quite significantly with the RDBMS model and is also known as the NOSQL. Some of the key players include ...GoogleBigTable, HBase, HypertableAmazonDynamo, Voldemort, Cassendra, RiakRedisCouchDB, MongoDB These solutions has a number of characteristics in commonKey value storeRun on large number of commodity machinesData are partitioned and replicated among these machinesRelax the data consistency requirement.

BPM Smart BPM Design Talend’s BPM solution, powered by Bonitasoft, saves time and effort designing your processes through an Eclipse-based designer. Users can draw business processes graphically by dragging from the component palette to the canvas to build workflows. The tooling leverages standard Business Process Management Notation (BPMN) with a simple, intuitive and powerful developer environment. Build Customized Interactive Applications The solution provides drag and drop widgets such as text inputs, drop-down lists, and radio buttons to create user forms corresponding to the human steps of a process.

as a WebSockets Proxy - NGINX The WebSocket protocol provides a way of creating web applications that support realtime bi-directional communications between clients and servers. Part of HTML5, WebSockets makes it much easier to develop these types of applications then the methods previously available. Most modern browsers support WebSockets including Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome, Safari and Opera and more and more server application frameworks are now supporting WebSockets as well.

Software- und Organisations-Service You may also find the following information sources useful Available Formats Documentation is available in the following formats: XML, uses XSLT for display with IE starting with 5.5, Mozilla Firefox and ChromePDF, preferably used for printer friendly layout Srinath's Blog :My views of the World: List of Known Scalable Architecture Templates For most Architects, "Scale" is the most illusive aspect of software architectures. Not surprisingly, it is also one of the most sort-out goals of todays software design. However, computer scientists do not yet know of a single architecture that can scale for all scenarios. Instead, we design scalable architectures case by case, composing known scalable patterns together and trusting our instincts.

PROV-O: The PROV Ontology Status of This Document This section describes the status of this document at the time of its publication. Other documents may supersede this document. Google Ranking Factors: The Complete List You probably already know that Google uses about 200 ranking factors in their algorithm… But what the heck are they? Well today you’re in for a treat because I’ve put together a complete list. Some are proven. Getting Started This chapter helps new users get started with Rundeck. We will begin by explaining a few essential Rundeck concepts and terminology and then discuss installation, project setup and introduce you to the top level navigation of the interface. Essential Concepts Several fundamental concepts underly and drive the Rundeck system. If you are a new user, knowing about them will help you use or integrate Rundeck into your environment.

In Memory Data Grid Technologies After winning a CSC Leading Edge Forum (LEF) research grant, I (Paul Colmer) wanted to publish some of the highlights of my research to share with the wider technology community. What is an In Memory Data Grid? It is not an in-memory relational database, a NOSQL database or a relational database. It is a different breed of software datastore. In summary an IMDG is an ‘off the shelf’ software product that exhibits the following characteristics: The data model is distributed across many servers in a single location or across multiple locations.