The Chief Scientist at Cloudant explains what MapReduce is, how you can leverage it and more. With a slight emphasis on CouchDB and BigCouch use-cases.
Introduction to Riak as log storage and querying logs. Fluentd is casual, easy daemon to collect and aggregate logs from many servers, many daemons. In popular use cases . . .
Just the article I've been looking for. It provides a nice start to finish view of playing with HDInsight and Mahout, which is something I was pulling my hair out over a few months ago...
I am pretty sure that it would surprise you, but the World’s Smallest No SQL Database has a well defined concurrency model.
This 10-minute presentation covers some emerging NoSQL categories, including Key-Value stores and ColmnFamily / BigTable clones.
The first video provides a brief overview of the new Riak Admin Tool. In the second video, Julio Capote, Backend Engineer at Posterous, discusses why they chose it over other databases like MySQL and MongoDB.
This article details the process of provisioning a NuoDB-specific data source in Railo.
What happens when we grow really big? What about when we are paging? How would that work?
After many months of development and testing we are pleased to announce MongoLab‘s first production-ready database plans on the Windows Azureplatform with immediate availability in Windows Azure’s East US and West US datacenters.
Presented by Ben Lakey and John Bennett from MSNBC.COM, and Oren Eini and Itamar Syn-Hershko from RavenDB's YouTube channel.
I recently wrote a blog post describing how we created a streamed response and the next thing we want to do is gzip the response to shrink it’s size a bit.
As CQB is a subset of CM tool, the key features of this release is the same for both. They include . . .
Here's a simple scenario to create a ETL workflow using Talend Open Studio software to export data from MySQL database server into a Couchbase database server using JSON document format.
The point was to show where you start, and how easy it is, but all the detailsthat you need to handle along the way.
I have created this tool quickly to help some people in the community, if you are using it and need new features, let me know, using comment or pull request.
Play Framework is a high velocity web framework for Java and Scala. It’s built to make application development faster and glitch free . . .
We are glad to announce the release of a new version 2013.05 of CUBRID Migration Toolkit which allows to migrate or extract existing data and/or schema from MySQL/Oracle/CUBRID
At a high-level, Druid collects event data into segments via real-time nodes. The real-time nodes push those segments into deep storage.
As the author of a schema less database, I find myself in the strange position of the barefoot shoemaker. I need to explain a bit . . .
This 1-hour keynote presentation from NoSQL Matters was given by Martin Fowler.
One user has claimed that Amazon's NoSQL service, DynamoDB, is filled with holes for the ruby client to fall into. He reveals six problems, and I suggest that this may be an opportunity for a similar service out there to provide a better user experience for ruby devs.
Here's a popular slideshow from 2011 that "demystified" NoSQL databases. It includes an overview of distributed databases among other interesting topics related to NoSQL.
Heroku and MongoDB enable the kind of frictionless devops workflow every mature software organization wants and spends mountains of money on.
Initially Semantic Web databases were primarily used for analytics. Users would dump data in their RDF database and then perform interesting analytics with rules, reasoners, and query languages like SPARQL.
Here’s another way of grabbing data from Wikipedia/DBpedia that we can visualise as similarity neighbourhoods/maps (following @danbri: Everything Still Looks Like A Graph (but graphs look like maps)).