Big Data and SQL: Everything You Need to Know
The whole point of gathering data is to get insight, and with the rapid growth in technology, big data is the new norm. “Big data” here refers to a large volume of exponentially growing datasets from multiple sources. SQL has become synonymous with big data and is often seen as the developer and data professional’s choice to interact with data. As a result, big data tools and frameworks have also adopted SQL in their operational systems. But why? Read on in this post from Ifeanyi Benedict Iheagwara on Sqream’s blog to find out if SQL can be used for big data and some tips for big data management and analysis.
How to Use Confluence OAuth to Access Data From a Web App
Confluence OAuth is a secure means of authentication that uses access tokens rather than a password to connect your web app to a user’s Confluence account. In order for your app to be able to access Confluence data, it needs to authenticate with Confluence’s OAuth server. This is because whenever your app wants to communicate with Confluence, it needs to furnish an access token. That means the user the particular token represents has already authorized your app to make API calls to the user’s Confluence account and access their data. Find out more about Confluence OAuth from Keshav Malik on Fusebit’s blog.
How to Connect to PagerDuty OAuth in Your Node.js Web App
People handling users’ personal data need to be careful so that attackers don’t get a hold of it. In the software industry, you’re constantly dealing with users’ data. For instance, for every solution you provide, you’ll need users’ data for configuration to suit their needs. However, protecting this data is critical. For this reason, firms must be mindful of who gets access to personal health information (PHI) and personally identifiable information (PII). In this post on Fusebit’s blog, you can learn from Ukpai Ugochi how to connect PagerDuty to a Node.js application. In order to implement this successfully without exposing user data, we’ll use OAuth.