Distributed System

A Simple introduction to Consensus Algorithms in Distributed System

Consensus algorithms play a crucial role in distributed systems, ensuring that multiple nodes or participants can agree on a single, consistent value or decision. They help maintain the reliability and consistency of data across a distributed network, even when some nodes might fail or become disconnected. Let’s break down consensus algorithms into simpler terms: Scenario:…


How to use Explain in MySQL for Query Optimization

When it comes to MySQL query optimization, EXPLAIN is your trusted ally. This tool provides a clear view into how MySQL executes your queries, helping you identify and rectify performance bottlenecks. In this concise guide, we’ll show you how to use EXPLAIN effectively and improve your database queries. Understanding EXPLAIN Output When you run an…


Geolocation vs. Geoproximity Routing Policies Explained

When managing your applications and services in Amazon Web Services (AWS), you often need to route traffic to different endpoints based on users’ geographical locations. This is where routing policies like geolocation and geoproximity come into play. In this blog, we’ll demystify these two routing policies. Geolocation Routing Policy Geolocation routing is like serving different…


Detekt vs ktlint

Detekt and ktlint are both popular static code analysis tools for Kotlin projects. While they serve similar purposes, they have some key differences. Let’s compare them: Detekt: Functionality: Detekt is a static analysis tool that focuses on providing more comprehensive code analysis for Kotlin. It covers a wide range of issues, from style violations to…


Handy Helm Commands for Kubernetes Deployment

Helm is a powerful package manager for Kubernetes that simplifies the deployment and management of containerized applications. It allows you to define, install, and upgrade even the most complex Kubernetes applications. If you’re new to Helm or an experienced user, these handy Helm commands will make your Kubernetes deployment process smoother and more efficient. 1….


Routing Policies in Route 53

Routing policies in Amazon Route 53 are a set of rules that dictate how traffic is directed for your domain’s DNS records. Each routing policy serves a specific purpose, allowing you to manage and optimize the flow of traffic based on various factors. In this blog, we’ll dive into the details of the most common…