June 2016 Blog Posts (3)

Why to choose Web Scraping Service not Web Scraping Software?

As i am writing this post, there are many outstanding web scraping software have been released in the market and also one major exit from the market called as Kimono.

Still i will pitch for Web Scraping Service over Web Scraping Software because of the following reasons :

Web Scraping Software :

Pros :

1. One time fee payment and life time…

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Added by Webdata-scraping on June 15, 2016 at 9:12am — No Comments

Did You Know? Cassandra

The developers at Facebook created the first version of Cassandra because they knew the world needed a new database. The name was chosen from the Greek mythological prophet who could predict the future, but due to a curse put on her, no one believed her.

Added by Michael Levin on June 5, 2016 at 9:08am — No Comments

Why use Amazon EC2 (AWS) Container Services (Docker)

Why use Amazon's container service?

We all experience a common set of tasks when working in IT shops. Someone gets delegated (voluntold) to the task of working with the System Admin, JBoss/Middleware, Security, and Hardware support teams in configuring a brand new set of servers.

Other times we develop an install instructions for JBoss EAP or a database product like MongoDB or Postgress. Then every developer…

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Added by Matt C on June 1, 2016 at 1:54pm — 2 Comments

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