Programming with multiple databases

By Matthew Schwartz, DocForge |  Development, database, programming

In the past, data was mostly stored on massive computers like mainframes. Today it's common to have databases spread across many smaller servers. Benefits include cost reductions, redundancy, and scalability. This typically adds some level of complexity to the applications which need to access these multiple databases. DocForge has an article explaining many of the techniques software developers, and in particular web developers, can use when programming for multiple databases.

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