Every day, Google releases one or more updates designed to improve search results which aren’t so noticeable. There are also updates done several times a year which bring in widely notable effects. Such broad core updates are confirmed beforehand and are designed to guarantee that relevant and authoritative content is available to searchers. 

Written by: Shibu Kumar

On a larger context, configuration management (CM) deals with the process of ensuring that a system performs in a desired, consistent state as changes are made over time. Although the idea did not originate in the IT industry, the term generally refers to server configuration management.

Written by: Prashant Thomas

With the pandemic throwing open an array of challenges for small businesses, having an online presence has become increasingly significant. Google My Business (GMB) is a free tool that support business owners in managing their online presence across the Google search engine and its portfolio of applications such as Search and Maps. Creating a Business Profile on Google allows potential customers to find your business on both Search and on Maps. This includes specific information like address, business hours, category and reviews.

Written by: Shibu Kumar

Database are at the core of almost all internet and enterprise applications. The need for scale and faster application development has brought in a new generation of databases loosely termed as NoSQL databases. These are in non-tabular format and save data in a different format compared to relational database whereas relational database saves data in rows and columns organized into tables or sheets.

Written by: Prashant Thomas

According to Google, the Largest Contentful Paint or LCP is the user-centric metric for measuring perceived load speed because it marks the point in the page load timeline when the page content has likely loaded. 

Written by: Shibu Kumar
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