ServiceNow Configuration Management Database (CMDB)
ServiceNow Configuration Management Database (CMDB)

What does CI stand for in ServiceNow?

The CMDB is the ServiceNow database that stores information about all technical services. Within the CMDB, the support information for each service offering is stored in a Configuration Item (CI) specific to that service.

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure New feature - Block Volume Elastic Performance

What is OCI block volume performance?

The elastic performance feature of the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Block Volume service allows you to dynamically change the volume performance, along with enabling you to pay for the performance characteristics you require independently from the size of your block volumes and boot volumes.

Oracle cloud storage : Block Volume

What are the features of OCI block storage service?

OCI Block storage service provides you with the facility to group together multiple volumes in a volume group.. A volume group can include both types of volumes, boot volumes, which are the system disks for your Compute instances, and block volumes for your data storage.

Oracle® Fusion MiddlewareIntroduction to API Gateway OAuth 2.0
Oracle® Fusion MiddlewareIntroduction to API Gateway OAuth 2.0

What are the features of OAuth?

API Gateway OAuth Features. Web-based client application registration.. Generation of authorization codes, access tokens, and refresh tokens.. Support for the following OAuth flows: Authorization Code. Implicit Grant. Resource Owner Password Credentials. Client Credentials. JWT. ... . Sample client applications for all supported flows.

Database SQL Reference
Database SQL Reference

Is SQL standard database language?

Both ANSI and the ISO/IEC have accepted SQL as the standard language for relational databases.

What Is SQL Database? | OpenLogic by

Is SQL a database?

SQL stands for Structured Query Language. It's used for relational databases. A SQL database is a collection of tables that stores a specific set of structured data. The SQL database has long been the tried and true workhorse of the backend enterprise and at the heart of everything we do in this electronic age.

How To Create Mapping For Elasticsearch With Kibana
How To Create Mapping For Elasticsearch With Kibana

How do I create a map in Elasticsearch?

Create a Mapping for Elasticsearch with Kibana. STEP ONE \u2013 Analyze the Data. Elasticsearch's own account example dataset will be used to demonstrate. ... . STEP TWO \u2013 Break the Data Fields. ... . STEP THREE \u2013 Associate Each Field with an Elasticsearch Data Type. ... . STEP FOUR \u2013 Create the Index, Type, and Mapping.

How to Define Efficient Mapping in Elasticsearch, Mapping Types & More

Can Elasticsearch index have multiple mappings?

From Elasticsearch version 6.0 by default index doesn't allow multiple types per index. The better option is to always have one document type per index. The single responsibility of the index is to maintain the single document type/mapping type per index.

CRUD Operations and Sorting Documents in ElasticSearch
CRUD Operations and Sorting Documents in ElasticSearch

What is Elasticsearch crud?

Crud stands for create, read, update, and delete. These are all operations that are needed to effectively administer persistent data storage. Luckily, these also have logical equivalents in HTTP methods, which makes it easy to interact using standard methods.


What is mapping in elastic?

Mapping is the process of defining how a document, and the fields it contains, are stored and indexed. Each document is a collection of fields, which each have their own data type. When mapping your data, you create a mapping definition, which contains a list of fields that are pertinent to the document.

Elasticsearch Memory Usage Guide- Memory Requirements & More

Is Elasticsearch stored in memory?

The Elasticsearch process is very memory intensive. Elasticsearch uses a JVM (Java Virtual Machine), and close to 50% of the memory available on a node should be allocated to JVM. The JVM machine uses memory because the Lucene process needs to know where to look for index values on disk.

How can I use elastic search indexes exclusively

Is Elasticsearch in memory or on disk?

However, Elasticsearch is effectively an on-disk service (writes index directly to disk, removes when asked).