Last week we explored what version control meant, and how Git works behind the scenes, but how is it actually used on the user-end?
At the most general level, most people know what a file system is: A storage utility that stores the data of a server or computer.
What is Version Control?
Scalability, high availability, containers, fault tolerance and eventual consistency.
Linux distributions are often released at predetermined intervals; the process of how a system is released during these intervals are known as the release cycle.
Many cloud applications are not complete without a database storing information.