Your weekly summary of Compose has a rundown of the most recent database articles published and news of those small changes which may make your life easier.
This week's articles are a look at tools for PostgreSQL and MongoDB, a comparison of two databases and a machine learning tutorial which uses Compose.
In Tool Up we took a look at how the pgcli and mycli command-line tools could make life easier for PostgreSQL and MySQL users.
Compose Compare put MongoDB and PostgreSQL next to each other and looked at the differences between the two.
Using PostgreSQL as a data source and Watson Machine Learning as the brains, Better Decision Making with Watson Machine Learning and Compose put them together with Python to show how simple it could be with Watson.
Noteworthy changes this week includes the details of a small change to the Compose API for people taking backups.
- It's the smallest of changes but we noticed we weren't giving all the information we could in the /deployments/:id/backups endpoint in the API. Specifically, we weren't mentioning whether a backup can be restored into a new deployment. Well, now we do as we've added
is_restorableto our returned information. Consult the documentation for more if you think you need it.
That's it for this week from Noteworthy at Compose.
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attribution Jan Kahánek