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DataCollector & WebProfiler – Symfony 5



Découvrons ensemble comment faire ces propres DataCollector sur Symfony 5 🎼

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Maximizing Your Computer Infrastructure Investment Using Network Virtualization

As computer networks continue to grow designers are faced with the challenge of catering for an ever increasing range of business requirements without blowing out the cost of the solution. Businesses today are placing more of an emphasis on security and converged [voice, video and data] as well as a more efficient use of computer resources across expensive links.

Fortunately for network designers, network virtualization technologies such as Virtual Router Forwarding (VRF), Virtual LANs (VLAN), Virtual Device Context (VDC) and Virtual Private Networks (VPN) are providing the flexibility that modern networks demand. How?

The short answer is that virtualization technologies allow one piece of hardware to be split into a number of logical devices. This way, technology can adapt to evolving organizational changes such as restructures, mergers and growth without compromising the existing network. This can reduce the risks associated with network changes, reduce the need for large scale capital investment in infrastructure and make the most efficient use of existing network resources.

Take an organizational merger as an example of a changing business landscape. Conflicting IP address schemas can delay the sharing of network resources due to the complexity of renumbering servers and other critical infrastructure. But using virtualization technologies, designers can run the conflicting network IP ranges in parallel across the same wire without the need to renumber either organization’s infrastructure. Central translation points can then be configured to provide access between the networks completing the interim solution and making resources available across organizations quickly and inexpensively!

Buying more time through this type of solution means that the more permanent consolidation activities can take place over time without the pressure from the business who are happily accessing each other’s resources over virtualized network components. Remaining consolidation activities can then also be aligned with existing network hardware refresh projects (typically network hardware is replaced every 4-5 years) further streamlining costs due to the reduction of scope in the initial consolidation work.

This is just one example of the flexibility that network designers have through the use of network virtualization technologies. Of course, virtualization also lends itself to permanent network design solutions as well. VPNs, for example can be used to save money by utilizing public or third party network infrastructure as opposed to commissioning costly private infrastructure to provide connectivity. VLANS are another example of virtual segregation on a network.

For Directors, CIO and CEOs knowledge that there may be alternatives to additional links and hardware when growth or organizational flexibility is required may come as an oasis in a sea of ones and zeros. Virtualization technologies excel in delivering innovative solutions and should be given due consideration on any network design.



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What do I do as a Software Engineer?



In today’s video I dive in to the specifics of what I do ay my job by talking about my role and responsibilities as a Software Engineer. Its also important to note that every Software Engineering job is different depending on the role, the company, and the person in that role. Let us know in the comments what your day and responsibilities a a software engineer are!

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CS50 2020 – Lecture 7 – SQL



TABLE OF CONTENTS

00:00:00 – Introduction
00:00:49 – Data
00:01:34 – Spreadsheets
00:08:50 – Flat-File Databases
00:10:53 – CSV Files
00:11:44 – favorites.py
00:21:05 – Data Cleaning
00:23:06 – sorted
00:47:03 – Lambda Functions
00:56:49 – Relational Databases
00:57:55 – SQLite
01:04:54 – SQL
01:05:04 – CRUD
01:09:17 – SELECT
01:12:49 – DISTINCT
01:14:55 – LIKE
01:17:37 – ORDER BY
01:18:49 – GROUP BY
01:26:42 – INSERT
01:31:44 – UPDATE
01:32:36 – DELETE
01:33:57 – Relational Data
01:37:55 – Data Types
01:38:40 – Constraints
01:39:46 – PRIMARY KEY
01:41:09 – FOREIGN KEY
01:42:59 – CS50 Library
01:44:35 – Many-to-Many Relationships
02:05:00 – IMDb
02:12:45 – Indexes
02:15:11 – JOINs
02:20:34 – SQL Injection
02:26:02 – Race Conditions
02:32:00 – Race Conditions (Demo)

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Programming board from a IBM 407 accounting machine, a very early computer

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Benefits of Onsite Computer Repair Services

Businesses either small or large survive by the phrase “time is money” and thus, cannot afford computer failure due to any hardware and or software problems. In today’s highly technical and cutthroat competitive world, computers have become an integral part of success and one of the possible causes of failure. Many onsite computer repair companies help in maintaining and protecting your computer. They are experts offering a complete line of software, hardware and complete computer support services. Onsite Computer Repair Services is not only time saving but also one of the best ways to get your computer in top working conditions and performance. Onsite computer repair covers all-important aspects of computer repair. It comprises of printers, server hardware, virus prevention and removal, spy ware prevention and removal and operating system supports. They also include network installations and troubleshooting, RS232 communications, data migration from current workstations, data back up and new installations. Onsite computer repairs are one of the most convenient ways to repair the computers for corporate sectors and individuals. The main reason is that it is an economical way to solve any kind of software and hardware damage. It is one of the most self – sufficient services anyone can get and is fruitful because it enhances an individual’s knowledge on the computer and the problems associated with it.

Many software problems can be sorted by getting online tutorials and collecting information to locate the problem and thus, upgrading your own knowledge about computers. Majority of the online vendors use innovative technology to mend the computer problems online. They have highly trained technicians and experts who use the power of specialized software and internet to securely access to your system. This connection helps them in diagnosing or identifying the problem in your computer so that they can fix it immediately.

Getting a computer-repaired onsite is one of the best options, as you do not have to carry your PC to a shop and then wait for days or may be weeks to get it back. It is pocket friendly as most of the onsite technicians charge around 90 dollars to remove a virus or spy ware. Most of the online computer repair services offer a free or fix it policy. It means that you pay to these companies only when your problem is fixed. However, many problems remain unsolved because the repair occurs online. For example, in case the computer fails to boot then these onsite companies cannot help you. In addition, when some part of your system damages, these companies cannot provide any aid to you. It is here that no pay no fix is useful. Make sure that you discuss about such policy before starting with the repair work.



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