The Majestic SEO PHP SDK by Nenad Ticaric allows to interact with the API to access SEO data, useful to implement in marketing search applications. Installation is available via composer. Sample code shows how to use sandbox if parameters are true.
The need to turn raw data into actionable knowledge is fueling the growth of an ecosystem of young companies aiming to develop solutions that can literally turn data into dollars. One such company is Prelert, which last week released an API for its anomaly detection engine.
One of the challenges with testing applications in the cloud is that it’s difficult to replicate the production environment where those applications will ultimately run. No matter how big the cloud is, the data center where those applications are tested usually bears little resemblance to the data center where the applications will actually end up running.
As demand for Big Data applications continues to increase developers are being forced to confront some fundamental issues associated with traditional extract, transform and load (ETL). Simply put the ETL processes and technology they have in place was never designed to handle loading massive amounts of data into an application.