Traditional Enterprise Database vendors often bring up the lack of professional monitoring and management tool support for NoSQL solutions.
This webinar provides a high level introduction to graph databases. This webinar demonstrates how graph databases fit within the NOSQL space, and where they are most appropriately used. ›
This week in the realm of NoSQL, Martin Fowler wrote a popular post on schemaless data structures, and Brian O'Neil published a tutorial for creating your first Java applications with Cassandra.
After 2.0, what comes next? RavenDB 2.0 is a massive release, close to 5 thousand commits, 6+ months of work, a team of close to 70 people working on it.
Some 15 years ago, the idea of an ORDBMS (Object-Relational Database Management System) was red hot, and I was very close to the flaming hot center of that.
Andrew Oliver and Dipti Borkar discuss the NoSQL landscape and cover different types of databases including RDBMS, key value stores, graph databases, columnar databases, document databases, and others.
I've been working with the MongoDB community for over a year, and a number of people often ask me why they should learn MongoDB.
Here's a quick (10-minute) demo presented by 10gen that features MongoDB text search and hashed shard keys.
Happy 2013! It looks like another great year is in the forecast for graphs. This is the first of two blog posts, looking back at what has happened this past year, and then ahead to 2013.
This 15-minute video, presented by Javier de Rosa, explores how graph databases, which are often designed for use with Java or C, are beginning to be more easily managed from Python.
Martin Fowler recently wrote a multi-slide blog post on Schema Data Structures.
After just a bit over 6 months of work, RavenDB 2.0 stable is finally out! The new build contains 4,975 commits made by 68 contributors . . .
This week, 10gen announced an upcoming webinar that will focus on the cost of ownership analysis for MongoDB.
NoSQLUnit is a JUnit extension to make writing unit and integration tests of systems that use NoSQL backend easier.
Here's a 42-minute video of a lecture by John Nunemaker, who takes some time to discuss why NoSQL is the future.
In this talk, we will discover some of the advanced features of RavenDB, from spatial queries to Google like intelligence in search.
Objectivity, the company behind InfiniteGraph, recently published a useful comparison of 16 different graph databases.
Here's a one-hour introduction to non-relational databases from the University of Texas School of Information. This lecture was given by Richard Scheeman
Lets try to write something usable in all of our rake tasks. What I have is a YML file with the Heroku MongoHQ configuration
For every User I wanted to select all content items from his favourite bands. I know this is far away from the social newsstream application . . .
This 20-minute tutorial details how to monitor MongoDB by using a Pandora FMS software agent inside a MongoDB server.
As I was pulling together my previous post on notifications in an HTML 5 game on Windows 8, I couldn’t help but think there must be a better way to handle the storage of the local leaderboard.
This week in NoSQL, both Neo4j and Datastax announced updates to their NoSQL solutions. We also found an interesting retrospective map of 2012's NoSQL/NewSQL/Other spaces.
Looking to kick off 2013 with a fun project to get familiar with Cassandra? Why don't you build a globally scalable naughty and nice list? At least, that's what we did in the webinar a few weeks ago.
I recently received an email from an audience of my blog on Map/Reduce algorithm design regarding how to detect whether a graph is acyclic using Map/Reduce.