June 5th Blog Roundup
Hello, I hope you're holding up, mentally and physically.
Here's a link roundup for this week.
Check out the items below to grab some great reading (and listening) about the best in tech!
- Data Transformation: Explained: Check out this explainer that covers all the types of data transformations.
- First vs. Third-Party APIs: This article goes into the advantages and disadvantages to both first and third-party APIs, especially in context of weighing the pros and cons of customization vs productivity.
- The $5B DevOps Stranglehold: If you're looking for alternatives to the "Big 5 companies" of DevOps spending, check out this roundup!
- Visualize your IoT device metrics on Grafana dashboards using MQTT & Graphite: This article shows you how to visualize and monitor your IoT data using MQTT and Graphite.
- What is a Data Warehouse and Why Are They Important?: This article breaks down data warehousing with examples and connects them to business intelligence platforms.
- How To Create An SFTP REST API: Here's a four-minute video guide that covers how to create an SFTP REST API with DreamFactory.
- How to Secure REST APIs: API Keys Vs. OAuth: On a similar note, here's an article that covers REST API security guidelines, as well as what protocol is best to secure REST APIs.
- The 5 Types of Data Processing: Take this chance to brush up on the types of data processing with this really great explainer!
- Everything You Need to Know About Identity and Access Management (IAM): This article covers the ins and outs of the IAM world, explaining what an IAM is, and how to use IAM to secure an API.
- Data Modeling vs Data Architecture: 5 Critical Differences: This comparison post goes into the details of the three levels of data modeling, and how it differs from data architecture.
- Simplify the MongoDB ETL Process: This article goes into why MongoDB ETL might be difficult, and what to use to take out all the hassle.
- What is a Legacy System?: Check out this article to learn about the types of legacy systems, and whether you should upgrade a legacy system.
We hope you find these useful!