By: Lee Atchison Sounds backwards, doesn’t it? Typically, the most logical answer for what to do with your most sensitive data is to keep it locked up and held close to your chest. The least likely place to put sensitive data is in the public cloud. Security is very important to nearly all companies. Moving […]
Data partitioning is a common practice to make use of multiple databases to store larger datasets or datasets accessed at a higher frequency than a single database can handle. It’s a common practice used in large Software as a Service (SaaS) systems for scaling to handle larger quantities of traffic. But used incorrectly, it can limit your scalability in unexpected ways that will only show up when you have reached your limits of scalability.