Thoughts on the implementation of NoSQL solutions, including MongoDB and Neo4j.
Recently, we’ve been seeing many people using the Couchbase PHP SDK alongside nginx and php-FPM. There has, however, been some recurring issues amongst these users, that I aim to troubleshoot in this article!
It's been a while since I was last let loose on the Neo4j blog, and I've marked my return with some good news.
Well, this is still just a high level list only, but there is a lot of stuff there. In many cases, I posted full blog entries about each new feature, but I’ll post a few words about those that I didn’t.
Here's a 40-minute presentation from GigaOM with panelists Paul Miller, Ron Bodkin, Dave Feinleib, and Jared Rosoff.
Dr. Jim Webber, Chief Scientist at NeoTechnology, gives this one-hour presentation on powerful analytic techniques for graph data.
An introduction to the Oracle NoSQL Database found on the Oracle Big Data Appliance. One webcast in a multi-part series on technology delivered as part of the Big Data Appliance.
Martin Fowler presented this rapid introduction to NoSQL databases at GOTO Aarhus Conference back in 2012. Here's the abstract . . .
House Neo4j of Graph Databases is one of the Great Houses of NOSQL and the principal noble house of The Graph; many lesser houses are sworn to them.
In this TechBlog article, I will show you how to migrate a MySQL application to NuoDB. I will use the Saiku Server OLAP application to demonstrate how to do it.
I'm excited to announce the release of Couchbase Server 2.1.0 Enterprise Edition. The Couchbase Architecture remains one of the core strengths of Couchbase Server and with this release . . .
Today we would like to introduce you to the new MongoDB Full Text Search and compare its capabilities and performance with simple regular expressions . . .
Something that is no one really seems to be asking is why we started doing all this work with LevelDB all of a sudden.
If you know how a MongoDB cluster routes operations among its servers, you can predict how your application will scale as you add shards and add members to shards.
In this half-hour presentation from NoSQL Matters, Kris Geusebroek discusses how to create graph databases using Neo4j and Hadoop.
Here, you can find some hints for initial Java and MongoDB integration . . .
I am actually quite excited about Tokutek’s release of TokuMX. I think it is going to change the landscape of database systems and it is finally something that made me looking into NoSQL.
A while ago I wrote an entry here on how get started with NuoDB by provisioning a domain. Most of that focused on what a domain is, how to get a couple
In recent years, we often hear the name of NoSQL as a new star that is rising in the world of IT and it has emerged as a different and alternative approach compared to relational database management systems . . .
New in RavenDB 2.5, we have merged the documents & collection views, so no you can move between them more easily.
Finally, the RavenDB in Action book I've been working on for the past couple of months is available in early preview.
Late last week my colleague Peter wrote up some documentation about creating spatial indexes in neo4j via HTTP, something I hadn’t realised was possible until then.
I recently had the opportunity to interview one of the authors of O'Reilly's recently-published Graph Databases.
Avocado's software architect, Martin Schönert, explains the ideas behind AvocadoDB.
This session starts of by describing why we now have many different approaches to storing data and how to identify use cases for noSQL, RDBMS and warehousing.