You’ll be seeing much more from me in the way of me introducing new innovative features in upcoming releases, how we build NuoDB . . .
Neo Technology CEO Emil Eifrem provides a fast paced introduction to NOSQL, graph databases, and Neo4j, the world's leading graph database.
Piotr Klaczkowski, of DataStax, presented this 40-minute look at DataStax Enterprise at NoSQL matters.
Here's a 10-minute video for those who are looking to get started with Neo4j, the popular Java-based NoSQL solution.
Here's a 23-minute webinar focused on dynamic aggregation with RavenDB, a .NET NoSQL solution.
Lynn Langit presents this 32-minute first part in a five part series of MapReduce tutorials.
Hortonworks recently unveiled the Hortonworks Sandbox, a free, comprehensive, easy-to-use, hands-on learning environment that provides the fastest onramp for anyone . . .
Pavlo Baron presented this 45-minute lecture on Big Data minus Java/Hadoop at NoSQL Matters.
Here's a video from last August that focuses on Adobe's adoption of Neo4j as their graph solution.
Here's a 45-minute presentation on Polyglot Persistence from NoSQL Matters presented by Ralf Engelschall.
Sharding is generally done for one or both of two reasons: To increase I/O bandwidth, and to partition in-memory data for more efficient usage of distributed caching
Last week I released into OSS a library I’ve been hacking on for almost two years. It’s called Reactor and it’s a bit of a Frankenstein since it leverages the knowledge . . .
I’ve recently discovered a very interesting read about Pinterest‘s architecture experimentation.
The second edition of MongoDB: The Definitive Guide is now available from O’Reilly (affiliate link). It covers both developing with and administering MongoDB.
There is a big problem in the RavenDB build process. To be rather more exact, there is a… long problem in the RavenDB build process.
I’ve been playing around with modelling a product taxonomy and one thing that I wanted to do was find out the full path where a product sits under the tree.
Take a trip to Google Island, check out the Codebunk pair programming tool, and a promise-based ORM for Node.js. Plus: developer wages drop 2%, and Brian Eno on creative problem solving.
At a high-level, Druid collects event data into segments via real-time nodes. The real-time nodes push those segments into deep storage.
Everybody seems to be looking at and debating NoSQL these days, and so am I and I thought I'd say a few words about it.
As you may remember, I created a little beer graph some time ago to experiment and have fun with beer, and graphs.
Matthew Revell presented this 30-minute tutorial on building scalability into your next project with Riak.
In my time playing around with neo4j I’ve run into a problem a few times where I executed a query using the web console (usually accessible @ http://localhost:7474/webadmin/#/console/) and have got absolutely no response.
In tomorrow’s Webinar, we will discuss handle dynamic aggregation using RavenDB. A new feature in 2.5, this is meant to give you more options for reporting queries, including complex aggregation, dynamic selection, etc.
Randall Hauch gave this 45-minute presentation in April at NoSQL Matters.
I'm not going to bother with survey monkey or whatever, I want to share the answers so please, answers in the comments: