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Diagrams structure view

Diagrams structure view

We’ve made diagrams more informative – they now come with the Structure view containing a map of your diagram with a small preview of the selected block and its neighbors. The new Structure view supports scaling, canvas moving, magnifier mode, layout change, and exporting to an image.

Multiple copyright years
Multiple copyright years

Multiple copyright years

Your project’s copyright notice can now include both the project creation year and the current version year. The updated template that contains both dates is available in Preferences/Settings

Open-core model

Business model monetizing commercial open-source software

"Open core" and "COSS" redirect here. For the open-source hardware community, see OpenCores. For railway term, see Controller of site safety.

For broader coverage of this topic, see Business models for open-source software.

The open-core model is a business model for the monetization of commercially produced open-source software. Coined by Andrew Lampitt in 2008,[1] the open-core model primarily involves offering a "core" or feature-limited version of a software product as free and open-source software, while offering "commercial" versions or add-ons as proprietary software.[2][3]

The concept of open-core software has proven to be controversial, as many developers do not consider the business model to be true open-source software. Despite this, open-core models are used by many open-source software companies.[4]

Use of contributor license agreements[edit]

Some open-core products require their contributors to sign a contributor license agreement, which either dictates that the copyright of all contributions to the product become the property of its owner, or that the product's owner is given an unlimited, non-exclusive license to use the contributions, but the authors retain copyright ownership. In an open-core scenario, these agreements are typically meant to allow the commercial owner of the product (which in some cases, is ultimately the copyright holder to all of its code, regardless of its original author) to simultaneously market versions of the product under open-source and non-free licenses. This is in contrast with more traditional uses of CLAs, which are meant solely to allow the steward of an open-source project to defend and protect the copyrights of its contributors, or to guarantee that the code will only ever be made available under open-source terms (thus protecting it from becoming open core).[5][6][7]

Examples[edit]

  • Kafka, a data streaming service under the Apache 2.0 license, is the open-source core to the company, Confluent, which issues a Confluent Community License, a source-available license that governs additional features in the Confluent Platform.[8]
  • Cassandra, an open-source database under the Apache 2.0 license, is the core to the company, Datastax, which issues enterprise subscription license for additional management and security features inside DataStax Enterprise.[9]
  • Instructure's Canvas learning management software.[citation needed]
  • Oracle's MySQL database software is dual-licensed under a proprietary license, and the GNU General Public License (GPL); proprietary versions offer additional features and enterprise support plans.[10]
  • Elastic's core, which includes Elasticsearch, Kibana, Logstash and Beats, was under an Apache 2.0 license, while additional plugins are distributed under Elastic's own proprietary license.[11] In January 2021, Elastic re-licensed its software under the non-free Server Side Public License and Elastic License, which restrict use of the software as part of managed services, and circumvention of software locks on premium features.[12]
  • Eucalyptus, private cloud software, has a proprietary enterprise edition which provides additional features.[13][14][15]
  • GitLab CE (Community Edition) is under a MIT-style open source license,[16] while GitLab EE (Enterprise Edition) is under a commercial license.[17]
  • Neo4j CE (Community Edition) is licensed under GPL version 3, while Neo4j EE (Enterprise Edition) is under a commercial license, providing additional features including clustering and hot backups.
  • Redis is under a 3-clause BSD open source license,[18] while Redis Labs offers Redis Modules under a Source-available software license, and Redis Enterprise under a commercial license which provides additional enterprise features such as on-the-fly scaling, replication performance tuning, and clustering support for Redis Modules.[19]

Restrictions on use in services[edit]

A new variation of the practice emerged in 2018 among several open core products intended for server-side use, seeking to control use of the product as part of a service offered to a customer. These practices, in particular, target incorporation of the software into proprietary services by cloudapplication service providers such as Amazon Web Services, but with what vendors perceive to be inadequate compensation or contributions back to the upstream software in return.[20][21]

MongoDB changed its license from the GNU Affero General Public License (a variation of the GPL which requires that the software's source code be offered to those who use it over a network) to a modified version of GPL version 3 titled the "Server Side Public License" (SSPL), where the source code of the entire service must be released under the SSPL if it incorporates an SSPL-licensed component.[22]Bruce Perens, co-author of The Open Source Definition, argued that the SSPL violated its requirement for an open source license to not place restrictions on software distributed alongside the licensed software.[20] The Open Source Initiative (OSI) ruled that the SSPL violates the Open Source Definition and is therefore not a free software license, as it is discriminatory against commercial use.[23]Debian, Fedora, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux pulled MongoDB from their distributions after the license change, considering the new license to be in violation of their licensing policies.[22][24]

Redis Labs made its Redis plugins subject to the "Commons Clause", a restriction on sale of the software on top of the existing Apache License terms. After criticism, this was changed in 2019 to the "Redis Source Available License", a non-free license which forbids sale of the software as part of "a database, a caching engine, a stream processing engine, a search engine, an indexing engine or an ML/DL/AI serving engine".[25][21][26] The last versions of the modules licensed solely under the Apache License were forked and are maintained by community members under the GoodFORM project.[20]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^Phipps, Simon (July 2012). Open Source Strategies for the Enterprise. O'Reilly Media. ISBN .
  2. ^Riehle, Dirk (2009). "The Commercial Open Source Business Model". Value Creation in e-Business Management. Springer Verlag. pp. 18–30.
  3. ^Wasserman, Anthony I. (2011). "How the Internet transformed the software industry". Journal of Internet Services and Applications. 2 (1): 11–22. doi:10.1007/s13174-011-0019-x. ISSN 1867-4828.
  4. ^Germain, Jack M. (15 April 2009). "Open Core Debate: The Battle for a Business Model". Linux Insider. Retrieved 28 March 2013.
  5. ^Phipps, Simon (21 June 2013). "MySQL mistake is a wake-up call on open source ownership". InfoWorld. Retrieved 11 September 2015.
  6. ^"FSFE welcomes KDE's adoption of the Fiduciary Licence Agreement (FLA)". KDE. 22 August 2008.
  7. ^"6.1 Copyright Papers". gnu.org. Retrieved 3 January 2011.
  8. ^"Confluent Community License FAQ". Confluent. Retrieved 9 September 2019.
  9. ^"Product Specific License Terms String - Configures the CORS header. Default value: .
  10. (array): Configures the CORS header. If not specified, defaults to reflecting the headers specified in the request's Access-Control-Request-Headers header. Default value: .
    • (boolean): Enable or disable IP blocker. Default value: .
    • (array): Whitelisted IPs. Default value: .
    • (array): Blacklisted IPs. Default value: .
  11. # Example

    Create your custom middleware.

    Path —

    Enable the middleware in environments settings.

    Load a middleware at the very first place

    Path —

    # Functions

    The folder contains a set of JavaScript files in order to add dynamic and logic based configurations.

    All functions that are exposed in this folder are accessible via

    # Bootstrap

    Path —.

    The function is called at every server start. You can use it to add a specific logic at this moment of your server's lifecycle.

    Here are some use cases:

    • Create an admin user if there isn't one.
    • Fill the database with some necessary data.
    • Load some environment variables.

    The bootstrap function can be synchronous or asynchronous.

    Synchronous

    Return a promise

    Asynchronous

    # CRON tasks

    CRON tasks allow you to schedule jobs (arbitrary functions) for execution at specific dates, with optional recurrence rules. It only uses a single timer at any given time (rather than reevaluating upcoming jobs every second/minute).

    This feature is powered by (opens new window) node modules. Check it for more information.

    ✋ CAUTION

    Make sure the cron config is set to in file.

    The cron format consists of:

    To define a CRON job, add your logic like below:

    Path —.

    If your CRON task is required to run based on a specific timezone then you can configure the task like below:

    # Database ORM customization

    When present, they are loaded to let you customize your database connection instance, for example for adding some plugin, customizing parameters, etc.

    You will need to install the plugin using the normal or any of the other supported package tools such as yarn then follow the below examples to load them.

    As an example, for using the plugin for MongoDB, you can register it like this:

    Path —.

    Another example would be using the plugin for MySQL, you can register it like this:

    Path —.

    # Public assets

    Public assets are static files such as images, video, css, etc. that you want to make accessible to the outside world.

    Because an API may need to serve static assets, every new Strapi project includes by default, a folder named . Any file located in this directory is accessible if the request's path doesn't match any other defined route and if it matches a public file name.

    Example:

    An image named in is accessible through URL.

    💡 TIP

    files are served if the request corresponds to a folder name ( url will try to serve file).

    ✋ CAUTION

    The dotfiles are not exposed. It means that every file name that starts with , such as or , are not served.

    # Single Sign On Gold(opens new window)


    Single-Sign-On on Strapi allows you to configure additional sign-in and sign-up methods for your administration panel.

    PREREQUISITES

    • A Strapi application running on version 3.5.0 or higher is required.
    • To configure SSO on your application, you will need an EE license with a Gold plan.
    • Make sure Strapi is part of the applications you can access with your provider. For example, with Microsoft (Azure) Active Directory, you must first ask someone with the right permissions to add Strapi to the list of allowed applications. Please refer to your provider(s) documentation to learn more about that.

    ✋ CAUTION

    It is currently not possible to associate a unique SSO provider to an email address used for a Strapi account, meaning that the access to a Strapi account cannot be restricted to only one SSO provider. For more information and workarounds to solve this issue, please refer to the dedicated GitHub issue(opens new window).

    # Usage

    SSO configuration lives in the server configuration of your application found within .

    # Accessing the configuration

    The providers' configuration should be written within the path of the server configuration.

    is an array of provider configuration.

    # Provider Configuration

    A provider's configuration is a Javascript object built with the following properties:

    NameRequiredTypeDescription
    truestringThe UID of the strategy. It must match the strategy's name
    truestringThe name that will be used on the login page to reference the provider
    falsestringAn image URL. If specified, it will replace the displayName on the login page
    truefunctionA factory that will build and return a new passport strategy for your provider. Takes the strapi instance as parameter

    💡 TIP

    The property is the unique identifier of each strategy and is generally found in the strategy's package. If you are not sure of what it refers to, please contact the maintainer of the strategy.

    # The Factory

    A passport strategy is usually built by instantiating it using 2 parameters: the configuration object, and the verify function.

    Configuration Object

    The configuration object depends on the strategy needs, but often asks for a callback URL to be redirected to once the connection has been made on the provider side.

    You can generate a specific callback URL for your provider using the method. This URL also needs to be written on the provider side in order to allow redirection from it.

    The format of the callback URL is the following: .

    💡 TIP

    is a Strapi helper you can use to get a callback URL for a specific provider. It takes a provider name as a parameter and returns a URL.

    If needed, this is also where you will put your client ID and secret key for your OAuth2 application.

    Verify Function

    The verify function is used here as a middleware allowing the user to transform and make extra processing on the data returned from the provider API.

    This function always takes a method as last parameter which is used to transfer needed data to the Strapi layer of SSO.

    Its signature is the following: and it follows the following rules:

    • If is not set to , then the data sent is ignored, and the controller will throw an error.
    • If the SSO's auto-registration feature is disabled, then the object only need to be composed of an property.
    • If the SSO's auto-registration feature is enabled, then you will need to define (in addition to the ) either a property or both and within the oject.
    # Adding a provider

    Adding a new provider means adding a new way for your administrators to log-in.

    To achieve a great flexibility and a large choice of provider, Strapi uses Passport.js(opens new window). Any valid passport strategy that doesn't need additional custom data should therefore work with Strapi.

    ✋ CAUTION

    Strategies such as ldapauth(opens new window) don't work out of the box since they require extra data to be sent from the admin panel. If you want to add an LDAP provider to your application, you will need to write a custom strategy(opens new window). You can also use services such as Okta and Auth0 as bridge services.

    # Configuring the provider

    To configure a provider, follow the procedure below:

    1. Make sure to import your strategy in your server configuration file, either from an installed package or a local file.
    2. You'll need to add a new item to the array in your server configuration that will match the format given above
    3. Restart your application, the provider should appear on your admin login page.
    # Examples
    # Advanced Customization
    # Admin Panel URL

    If your administration panel lives on a different host/port than your Strapi server, you will need to modify the admin URL. To do so, head to your configuration file and tweak the field.

    For example, if your admin application has been started on , your configuration will look like the following:

    # Custom Logic

    In some scenarios, you will want to write additional logic for your connection workflow such as:

    • Restricting connection and registration for a specific domain
    • Triggering actions on connection attempt
    • Analytics

    The easiest way to do so is to plug into the verify function of your strategy and write some code.

Источник: https://strapi.io/documentation/developer-docs/latest/setup-deployment-guides/configurations.html

Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility)

Configuration and change management standard
Supplier-defined controls

Configuration and change management approach
Changes to AWS services and features follow secure software development practices, including security risk reviews prior to launch. Developer access to production environments is via explicit access system requests, subject to owner review and authorisation.

Teams set bespoke change management standards per service, underpinned by standard AWS guidelines.

All production environment changes are reviewed, tested and approved. Stages include design, documentation, implementation (including rollback procedures), testing (non-production environment), peer to peer review (business impact/technical rigour/code), final approval by authorised party.

Emergency changes follow AWS incident response procedures. Exceptions to change management processes are documented and escalated to AWS management.

Vulnerability management type
Supplier-defined controls

Vulnerability management approach
AWS Security performs vulnerability scans on the host operating system, web applications, and databases in the AWS environment. Approved 3rd party vendors conduct external assessments (minimum frequency: quarterly). Identified vulnerabilities are monitored and evaluated. Countermeasures are designed and implemented to neutralise known/newly identified vulnerabilities.

AWS Security monitors newsfeeds/vendor sites for patches and receives customer intelligence via http://aws.amazon.com/security/vulnerability-reporting/.

AWS customers are responsible for all scanning, penetration testing, file integrity monitoring and intrusion detection for their Amazon EC2 and Amazon ECS instances/ applications. Scans should include customer IP addresses (not AWS endpoints). AWS endpoint testing is part of AWS compliance vulnerability scans.

Protective monitoring type
Supplier-defined controls

Protective monitoring approach
AWS deploys (pan-environmental) monitoring devices to collect information on unauthorized intrusion attempts, usage abuse, and network/application bandwidth-usage. Devices monitor:

• Port scanning attacks
• Usage (CPU, processes, disk utilization, swap rates, software-error generated losses)
• Application metrics
• Unauthorized connection attempts

Near real-time alerts flag incidents, based on AWS Service/Security Team- set thresholds.

Requests to AWS KMS are logged and visible via the account’s AWS CloudTrail Amazon S3 bucket. Logs provide request information, under which CMK, and identify the AWS resource protected through the CMK use. Log events are visible to customers after turning on AWS CloudTrail in their account.

Incident management type
Supplier-defined controls

Incident management approach
AWS adopts a three-phased approach to manage incidents:

1. Activation and Notification Phase
2. Recovery Phase
3. Reconstitution Phase

To ensure the effectiveness of the AWS Incident Management plan, AWS conducts incident response testing, providing excellent coverage for the discovery of defects and failure modes as well as testing the systems for potential customer impact.

The Incident Response Test Plan is executed annually, in conjunction with the Incident Response plan. It includes multiple scenarios, potential vectors of attack, the inclusion of the systems integrator in reporting and coordination and varying reporting/detection avenues.

Источник: https://www.digitalmarketplace.service.gov.uk/g-cloud/services/960765097266582
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gRPC endpoints displayed in the Endpoints tool window

gRPC endpoints displayed in the Endpoints tool window

In this version, we’ve added support the most suitable program for the MongoDB database management tool - Free Activators yet another framework – gRPC. We are planning to introduce more features for working with it. For now, it is possible to see the gRPC endpoints in the Endpoints tool window. Stay tuned for more updates!

Ktor integration

Ktor, the most suitable program for the MongoDB database management tool - Free Activators a web application framework for creating connected systems, is bundled with IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate. Right from the welcome screen, you can create a new Ktor project for developing server-side or client-side applications and configure the basic project settings and various features supported by Ktor.

Protocol Buffers plugin maintained by JetBrains

The Protocol Buffers plugin is bundled with IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate, and the JetBrains team fully maintains it. If you are using IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition, you can still download and install Protocol Buffers via Preferences/Settings Git, click Configure GPG Key, and then select it from the drop-down list. If you’re using a GPG key for the first time, you’ll need to configure it.

Changes instead of Default Changelists in new projects

Changes instead of Default Changelists in new projects

We will no longer use Default changelists as the name for the node that stores uncommitted changes in new projects. Starting from version 2021.2, it is called Changes. Additionally, Git operations will no longer trigger automatic creation of changelists. the most suitable program for the MongoDB database management tool - Free Activators

Unified Show Diff

Unified Show Diff

the most suitable program for the MongoDB database management tool - Free Activators IntelliJ IDEA displays the difference between the initial and changed files in the editor by default, no matter where you’ve invoked the Show Diff action. If tracking changes in a separate window is more convenient to you, just drag the desired file from the editor.

Support for a sunburst diagram

Text search in Local History revisions

You can quickly find the necessary text in the Local History revisions by typing the query in the search field in the Local History the most suitable program for the MongoDB database management tool - Free Activators.

Terminal

New Terminal options

New Terminal options

the most suitable program for the MongoDB database management tool - Free Activators The in-built terminal now allows you to select the cursor shape. It also offers support for Use Option as Meta key, which lets the () key on the keyboard act as a meta modifier that can be used in combination with other keys. For example, you can use the following shortcuts:

  • – go to the next word
  • – go back a word
  • – delete the next word

Debugger

Preview Tab now works in Debugger

Preview Tab now works in Debugger

Previously when you stopped at a breakpoint, stepped through the code, navigated between VCE Exam Simulator 2.8 Crack+ Keygen Code 2021 - Free Activators frames, or used the "prev/next frame" actions, the IDE opened the files in multiple tabs. In v2021.2, you can enable the preview tab feature for Debugger in Settings/Preferences Database



DBeaver Overview

DBeaver is a free, open source multiplatform database management tool and SQL client for developers and database administrators. DBeaver can be used to access any database or cloud application that has an ODBC or JDBC driver, such as Oracle, SQL Server, MySQl, Salesforce, or MailChimp. Devart DBeaver provides you with the most important features you'd need when working with a database in a GUI tool, such as:

  • SQL queries execution
  • Metadata browsing and editing
  • SQL scripts management
  • Data export/import
  • Data backup
  • DDL generation
  • ER diagrams rendering
  • Test data generation
  • BLOB/CLOB support
  • Database objects browsing
  • Scrollable resultsets

The tool comes in two editions — Community and Enterprise. Enterprise Edition supports NoSQL databases, such as MongoDB or Cassandra, persistent query manager database, SSH tunneling, vector graphics (SVG) and a few other enterprise-level features. Note though that you can access a MongoDB database from DBeaver Community Edition using the respective Devart ODBC driver. For the purposes of this guide, we'll use the Community Edition of DBeaver to retrieve data from PostgreSQL via the Open Database Connectivity driver.

Creating an ODBC Data Source to Use PostgreSQL Data in DBeaver

  1. Click the Start menu and select Control Panel.
  2. Select Administrative Tools, then click ODBC Data Sources.
  3. Click on the System DSN tab if you want to set up a DSN name for all users of the system or select User DSN to configure DSN only for your account.
  4. Click the Add button and double-click Devart ODBC Driver for PostgreSQL in the list.
  5. Give a name to your data source and set up the connection parameters.
  6. Click the Test Connection button to verify that you have properly configured the DSN.

When using ODBC driver for PostgreSQL with DBeaver, SQL_WVARCHAR data types may be displayed incorrectly in DBeaver. To prevent this, you need to set the string data types to Ansi either in the Advanced The most suitable program for the MongoDB database management tool - Free Activators tab of the driver configuration dialog or directly in the connection string (String Types=Ansi) — all string types will be returned as SQL_CHAR, SQL_VARCHAR and SQL_LONGVARCHAR.

Using in DBeaver

Connecting to PostgreSQL Data from DBeaver via ODBC Driver for PostgreSQL

Follow the steps below to establish a connection to PostgreSQL in DBeaver.

  1. In the Database menu, select New Database Connection.
  2. New Database Connection for PostgreSQL in DBeaver

  3. In the Connect to database wizard, select ODBC and click Next.
  4. Select ODBC Data Source in DBeaver

  5. Enter the previously configured DSN in the Database/Schema field.
  6. DBeaver ODBC Connection Settings

  7. Click Test Connection. If everything goes well, you'll see the Success message.

Viewing PostgreSQL Database Objects and Querying Data

You can expand out the database structure in DBeaver's Database Navigator to visualize all the tables in PostgreSQL database. To view and edit the data in a table, you need to right-click on the target table name and select View data.The content of the table will be displayed in the main workspace.

Retrieve data from PostgreSQL in DBeaver

If you want to write a custom SQL query that will include only the necessary columns from the table, you can select New SQL Editor in the SQL Editor main menu. Create your query and run it by clicking the most suitable program for the MongoDB database management tool - Free Activators SQL Statement to view the results in the same window.

Execute SQL query in DBeaver against PostgreSQL database

Источник: https://www.devart.com/odbc/postgresql/docs/dbeaver.htm
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