What is a database schema?
A database schema is the underlying structure of a database - tables, columns, data types, and other elements that define how data is organized, stored, and accessed. It describes how the data is organized, what the relationships between different data objects are and how the data is actually stored and accessed. The schema also identifies any constraints that exist on the data.
What is an FD account?
FD, or fixed deposit, accounts are financial instruments offered by banks which provide an assured rate of interest on deposit for a pre-specified fixed period of time, determined at the start of the deposit. These fixed deposits can be held for as little as seven days or as long as 10 years and provide higher interest rates than traditional savings accounts. Compared to savings accounts, FD accounts have a higher rate of returns but lack the accessibility and liquidity associated with savings accounts.
How does Netflix Bill you every month?
Netflix bills customers on a monthly basis. They provide customers with several payment options, such as credit and debit cards, PayPal, and the Netflix Gift Card. The amount due each month is based on the subscription plan you select. Netflix will process your payment on the same day of each month and send you an email confirmation.
What are load balancing methods?
1. Round Robin
2. Least Connection
3. Least Response Time
4. Weighted Round Robin
5. Weighted Least Connection
6. Source IP Hash
7. Destination IP Hash
8. Cache Load Balancing
9. Dynamic Least Connection
10. IP Persistence/Sticky Sessions