Object Replication in Azure Storage Accounts

Object Replication in Azure Storage Accounts What is Object Replication in Azure Blob Storage Account Azure Blob Storage is also called as Object Replication in Azure storage account. Object replication creates, distributes and stores data across various storage accounts across multiple locations. Object replication Architecture… Read More

How to communicate two VM’s in Azure

How to communicate two VM’s in Azure   To establish peering between two VM’s do follow the link below. Virtual machines communication in Azure? Vnet peering (Virtual Network peering) in Azure is used for connecting two or virtual networks for resource sharing in one… Read More

Indexes in MongoDB

Indexes in MongoDB Index: Index is a data structure that enhances the data retrieval efficiency by storing the small portion of the collection’s data along with the pointers to their physical location in the collection. 👉 MongoDB indexes use B-tree data structure. 👉 Indexes help… Read More

Install MongoDB in Amazon Linux VM

Install MongoDB in Amazon Linux VM: Step-1: Create a Linux virtual machine in AWS. Step-2: After creating it connect it through the putty or mobaXterm. Step-3: Run “sudo su“ to get all the root privileges. [ec2-user@ip-172-31-35-250 ~]$ sudo su [root@ip-172-31-35-250 ec2-user]# Step-4: To know about… Read More

Create the Azure windows VM

Create the Azure windows VM Virtual Machine (VM) A Virtual machine is a digital version of Physical computer because they have a memory, CPU, as well as storage disks. A Virtual machine can execute all tasks like a physical computer it can host operating systems,… Read More

AZURE: Storage Account Creation

AZURE: Storage Account Creation Storage Account: 👉 An Azure Storage account is a fundamental resource that holds all your Azure storage data objects like blobs, queues, files and tables. 👉 It provides a unique namespace so that anyone can access through HTTP and HTTPS requests.… Read More

Azure: Different types of availability options

Different types of availability options  Azure offers different types of availability options which includes. 1. No infrastructure redundancy required. 2. Availability zone 3. Virtual machine scale set 4. Availability set 1. No infrastructure redundancy required. • This does not provide any redundancy. • When you… Read More


KILLING SESSIONS: In PostgreSQL, you can terminate or “kill” a session using the pg_terminate_backend function. This function allows you to forcefully terminate a specific session, which can be helpful in scenarios where a session is unresponsive or causing issues. We can kill PostgreSQL session in… Read More

PostgreSQL: Contrib Modules

Contrib Modules: In PostgreSQL, “contrib” stands for “contributed modules”. These are additional functionalities and features developed by the community that are not part of the core PostgreSQL distribution, but can be easily added to enhance the capabilities of the database. Contributed modules are distributed separately… Read More

Roles In MongoDB Part – 2

Roles In MongoDB Part – 2 User-Defined roles: MongoDB provides many built-in roles to manage the access to the database.but when the built-in roles did not meet your requirement privileges then you can go for creating your own roles. Creation of user-Defined role: To create… Read More

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