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NoSQL Week in Review #10

12.21.2012
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This week in NoSQL, we had some strong content focused on HyperGraphDB, as well as a how-to from Max Demarzi.  Hope you all survived today's apocalypse.  Happy reading.

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This Week's Top 5 NoSQL Links:

1.  JSON Storage in HyperGraphDB

About a year ago, I got a bit disappointed by the JSON libraries out there. JSON is so simple, yet all of them so complicated, so verbose.

2.  How to Persist Instances in Cassandra Using Hector and Scala

I am going to show you how I went about solving how to persist instances in Cassandra, using Hector, in the function insert(instance) in Scala. To work out how these instances are going to be persisted, I shall use type classes. More than just the code, I...

3.  Setting up a Neo4j Cluster on Amazon

There are multiple ways to setup a Neo4j Cluster on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and I want to show you one way to do it.

4.  Performance Architects Presents NoSQL Databases

Here's a recent introduction to NoSQL technologies. It covers the current definition of NoSQL, uses of NoSQL databases, types, differences from relational databases, and the role of NoSQL and Business Intelligence.

5.   Optimizing MongoDB on AWS

Tools from AWS and 10gen are combined in this presentation on optimizing one of the world's most famous NoSQL solutions on the cloud.

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