Important MongoDB Best Practices You Should Follow
MongoDB database is really popular these days. Developers often use it instead of MySQL, but these two platforms aren’t in direct competition. While MySQL is a relational database, MongoDB is a NoSQL document-oriented database, so the two work quite differently. And for that reason, optimizing MongoDB is not the same as optimizing a traditional relational database, although some best practices are similar. Read this post from Dawid Ziolkowski on Panoply’s blog to learn what to do and what to avoid when using MongoDB.
Test Data Management Strategy Design: Guide & Best Practices
Before software goes into production, it needs to undergo thorough testing to ensure quality and performance. To accomplish this, DevOps teams typically rely on test data. Read this post from Justin Reynolds on Enov8’s blog for an overview of test data, including why test data management is imperative for success and some best practices to consider when forming a test data management strategy.
Quickly and Easily Authenticate Users With LinkedIn OAuth
When was the last time you signed up to a website by entering your email and password? OAuth and social login have simplified the monotonous and traditional sign-up and log-in method. Your users can click a button and authenticate to your site using their LinkedIn accounts. But how do you integrate LinkedIn OAuth into your app? What are the steps you should follow? How do you get LinkedIn OAuth credentials? In this post on Fusebit’s blog, Siddhant Varma shows you how to quickly and easily authenticate users with LinkedIn OAuth in a Node.js application.
GitLab OAuth: 4 Easy Steps to Implement It in Your Node.js App
If you’re just getting started with GitLab, it’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with the basics before diving deep into app configuration. This blog post will give you an overview of GitLab OAuth and how to implement it in your Node.js web application. The main reason you might choose to use GitLab is that it has a pretty good open-source ecosystem. It also has a lot of documentation, which is great for beginners. GitLab supports many programming languages, including Java, Ruby, Python, .NET Core, PHP, .NET Framework, and Go. They also have detailed documentation for each language’s implementation of OAuth2. However, this post from Mercy Kibet on Fusebit’s blog will focus solely on the Node.js implementation.
Credential Management: What It Is, Best Practices, and Tools
If you’re in charge of keeping a high-profile organization or government institution with a sizable user base and workforce secure, you’re no stranger to the complexity that comes with balancing accessibility and security. You don’t want to inconvenience your staff too much, after all. But you also don’t want to let them be sloppy with their practices. Credentials are at the crux of all this. Ensuring that they stay safe and are not exploited will probably comprise half of your security team’s responsibilities. Managing the credentials of a large organization doesn’t have to be this hard, however. Since you can abstract most of the complexity behind sophisticated and robust systems and policies that are readily available, all you need to do is stay in the know. And if what you need is documentation and guidance, there’s plenty of that too. So, to help you strengthen your team’s skill set and decrease the chance of suffering a security breach due to negligence or oversight, Juan Reyes has prepared this article on Fusebit’s blog for you.