SSD Caching

SSD caching, as usually even other forms of caching, is a computing technology that stores frequently used data to fast cache. This boosts IOPS performance and reduces latency, significantly shortening load times and execution. Caching works on both reads and writes, and particularly benefits read-intensive applications. Caching approach is not new to hard drives, and computing in general. Operating systems like Windows and Linux come with native caching software. Read More …

What are Data URLs?

A Data URL is a URI scheme that provides a way to inline data in a document, and it’s commonly used to embed images in HTML and CSS. Data URLs are a form of Uniform Resource Locators, although they do not in fact remotely locate anything. Instead, the resource data is contained within the URL string itself as a base64-encoded string. This saves the browser from having to make additional HTTP requests for the external resources, and can thus increase page loading speed. Read More …

SQL Server – Performance Best Practices

Talking about SQL Server optimization, query tuning is often the fastest way to accelerate SQL Server performance. Most often system-level Read More …

VMware – vSphere Virtual Cores, Virtual Sockets, and Virtual CPU (vCPU)

VMware introduced multi core virtual CPU in vSphere 4.1 to avoid socket restrictions used by operating systems. In vSphere a Read More …

Resolving problems for Corrupted Data or Disks Corruption (Windows)

Send Us a Sign! (Contact Us!) Show More Info This article has total words. (Including header) Data corruption can occur Read More …