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What is a reverse proxy

Reverse proxies can serve as a more efficient encryption tool, helping attain distributed load balancing, as well as locally caching content, ensuring that it is delivered quickly to data consumers. This article is your ultimate guide to reverse proxies
What is a private proxy

What is a private proxy

Private proxies offer better security, increased privacy, and a 99.9% success rate at a higher price. Shared proxies are considerably more cost-efficient options for target sites with simpler site architectures. This guide will help you understand the major differences whilst making the right choice for your business.
What is an ETL pipeline

What is an ETL pipeline

This guide will walk you through the Extraction, Transformation, and Loading stages of a typical business’s ETL data extraction pipeline. It includes an eCommerce use case that can help illustrate how an ETL pipeline can be implemented within the context of a day-to-day digital business workflow
Puppeteer vs Selenium: Main Differences

Puppeteer vs Selenium: Main Differences

This ultimate guide will cover origins of both libraries, key features/functions, and most importantly: How to choose the option that is best for your business
What is a headless browser and what is it used for?

What is a headless browser and what is it used for?

Headless browsers can be utilized for more efficient data collection as it skips graphic elements, cutting straight to ‘command lines’. Adding an element of automation aids in increasing target site success rates, taking care of user-agent rotation, as well as making collecting cookie databases superfluous
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Data pipeline architecture for businesses explained

Choosing the right data pipeline architecture for your business can help enhance your real-time market capture, as well as aiding predictive analytics. Good pipeline structure will also help reduce friction whilst promoting data compartmentalization/uniformity
What is an SSL proxy and how does it work?

What is an SSL proxy and how does it work?

SSL proxies offer increased encryption, and anonymity as well as better visibility on potential threats. This post offers a deep dive into SSL-based use cases powering safer financial data transfers, preventative cybersecurity strategies, and blockchain technology safeguards
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