It appears that in my previous post I have had an issue with how I read the code. In particular, I looked at the commit log and didn’t look at the most recent changes with regards to how HyperLevelDB does the writes . . .
I’m excited to announce that the beta version of pynuodb, the NuoDB Python driver, is now available on Github! You can also sign up to be an official participant in the beta program.
A demo of the new version of the RabbitMQ simulator with support for several exchange types, importing and exporting configuration and more.
Intellipaat presents this 1-hour training course focused on Apache Cassandra.
This presentation from Couchbase covers the main characters of NoSQL databases, as well as the differences between NoSQL and relational databases . . .
The key message of this talk was not a feature comparison of different relational and NoSQL databases, but rather analysis of application of the databases mainly for startups . . .
The idea of this talk is to refresh our graph theory know how, see which technologies and projects are there right now, the state of the art and feature developments within the graph processing area.
The number of companies startups working in the real-time big data space is pretty stunning (including ourselves).
The fun part is that I can easily check just the things that were changed by HyperDex, I don’t need to go read and understand a completely new engine.
Sqoop is a tool for bulk copying data between a relational database like MySQL and HDFS or another Hadoop based data store like Hive or HBase.
Today, a couple data giants respond to Big Brother. Also, 10 deadly sins against scalability, and Obama looks over your shoulder while your'e writing an email.
So far, we have reviewed test automation applied to NAVER services. NHN has already automated tests for many services by using Hudson and Selenium WebDriver.
Over the past couple of months, I have been doing lots of "Intro to Graphs" talks across Europe. What started out as . . .
Aerospike CTO and co-founder, Brian Bulkowski, examines this emerging generation of fast big data applications, the demands these apps . . .
"Social" Big Data was generated by millions of users over the web. It seemed too big to fit in classic relational databases . . .
Elasticsearch is a flexible and powerful open source, distributed real-time search and analytics engine for the cloud based on Apache Lucene which provides full text search capabilities
I was already pointed out to HyperDex’s port of leveldb, and I am also looking into what Basho is doing with it.
I’ve been playing around with how you might model Premier League managers tenures at different clubs in neo4j and eventually decided on the following model:
This 1-hour webinar covers the common use cases for Couchbase Server.
John Turner (@thejohnturner) discusses using the CouchDB Cocoa Framework.
In this talk, Andy present's research on integrating machine learning techniques to improve the performance of fast database systems that is inspired by his adventures at greyhound racing tracks. . . .
Gremlin is a domain specific language for traversing property graphs. Gremlin makes use of Groovy and Pipes to perform complex graph traversals.
When designing schemas for HBase, be it from scratch or porting an existing application over from a relational database for example, there are a set of architectural constraints . . .
In this presentation we will look into the "big data" problem and present NoSQL solutions for dealing with these types of systems.