One of the things that we keep thinking about with RavenDB is how to make it easier for you to run in production.
This is the second in a series of three articles that explore NuoDB. You can learn more about NuoDB, as well as access a free trial, by heading over to the NuoDB website.
A walkthrough of CloudStack API, including screencast of signing a request and screencast of doing a REST wrapper using Flask.
In this article, I’ll show you how to install, configure, and use the NuoDB PHP PDO Driver. The instructions below are for Windows, but other NuoDB platforms are installed and configured in a similar way.
Here's an 8-minute introduction to various NoSQL options and top vendors.
The new .Net driver for NuoDb, currently in beta, allows to interact with the NuoDB database from a wide range of existing tools.
Here's a 5-minute tutorial that will covering creating a graph in InfiniteGraph, as well as downloading and setting up Gremlin.
A popular software stack for Web applications is LAMP. LAMP is the combination of Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP.
FatDB is the next generation NoSQL database for Windows that extends database functionality by integrating Map Reduce, a work queue . . .
A while ago we introduced the ability to send js scripts to RavenDB for server side execution.
We noticed recently that there’s been a consistently high number of downloads of NuoDB for the Windows platform. Go figure, right?
Who says that big data doesn't need a data model? You won't after this webinar. Relational systems have always been built on the premise of modeling relationships . . .
What you can see is that we start out with a mapping & reducing values. And you can see that initially this is quite expensive.
Neo Technology Senior Consultant Andreas Kollegger discussed Getting started with Neo4j, the world's leading NOSQL graph database.
Here's a 1h30m presentation that will discuss the history of databases up to the recent rise of NoSQL databases.
This 40-minute presentation by Andy Gross of Erlang discusses cloud storage and Riak.
I guess I can no longer keep it a secret: I really do like beer. And Graphs. So every opportunity I get I will try to talk about both
In this session, you will learn best practice techniques for minimizing payload size and modeling one-to-many relationships in DynamoDB, leveraging the versatility of hash+range primary keys.
The annotated jQuery, Tesla and Google may co-develop auto-pilot cars, Zen Garden turns 10, and Adobe launches a subscription model for its popular Creative Suite. Also: hacking an Android smartwatch.
We’re cohosting a hackathon with FoundationDB on Friday. For those of you not in the know, FoundationDB is a pretty exciting addition to the NoSQL space.
Arrays in PostgreSQL are relatively well supported by the indexing engines of this RDBMS. There are a fair number of options however to be aware of and an understanding of how arrays are indexed is very helpful.
I’ve been using Sublime a bit recently and one thing I wanted to do was put neo4j cypher queries into files with arbitrary extensions and have them recognised as cypher files every time I open them.
wonder what it says about RavenDB that we spend time doing excel integration .At any rate, we have the following documents inside RavenDB.
Here's a discussion of how to manage large numbers of clusters using Chef roles, as well as how to automatically snapshot RAID arrays.
Memtables are conceptually a very simple thing. You have the list of values that you were provided, as well as a skip list for searches.