Following the recent 2012 retrospective, we’d like to share some of our plans for the coming year. If you’ve been following our latest progress, you already know that we have a 1.9 version in the works.
Steve Kemp, of the Debian Administration blog, recently published an in-depth tutorial of how to create a dashboard using Node.js and Redis.
For a long time, BI tools were optimized for SQL solutions. This video from TechGig focuses on the role of NoSQL in preserving the metadata of BI tools as well as business data.
Over at the Datastax blog, Jonathan Ellis recently wrote a review of some of the NoSQL solutions that persisted through 2012, including MongoDB, Riak, HBase, and Cassandra . . .
There's been plenty of hype around NoSQL in the last few years, and this webinar will dispell some of the myths while also explaining some of the substance behind the claims.
Here's an introduction to using Grails/GORM support for Mongo DB data stores
Today we're happy to announce Neo4j 1.9.M04, the next milestone on our way to the Neo4j 1.9 release.
Here is a Java-focused presentation on developing with MongoDB. The agenda includes Java driver basics, Morphia, and options beyond the Java language, such as Groovy and Grails.
Luckily for RavenDB, we have a really great team, and the guy who provided the final lead is Arek, from AIS.PL, who does really great job.
Today, VoltDB announced the release of version 3.0 of its high-velocity database offering.
Over at the Datastax blog, Tyler Patterson created a tutorial for getting started with Cassandra Cluster Management (CCM), which creates multi-node Cassandra clusters on the local machine.
In this webinar, you'll learn the main characteristics of of NoSQL databases, as well as the differences between NoSQL and relational databases
If you define search as “finding relevant web pages,” then Google has search locked up and solved. But if you define search as “providing the information you need to make the best decisions all the time," then . . .
Once you have outgrown your small Hadoop cluster it’s worth tuning some of the shuffle configurables to ensure that your performance keeps up with the physical growth of your cluster.
As a longtime Outlook user, I've had the exciting experience of learning how to use Lotus Notes.
DZone interviews Kristina Chodorow, who gives some insight into MongoDB, the popular NoSQL solution. She also suggests some great further reading.
This has obvious limitations. In order to add something to the map/list, we need to read the list, append the data then write the data back to C*.
The team over at the official MongoDB blog recently posted an introduction to mongoperf, a utility for checking the performance of a disk on a server that is independent of MongoDB.
Thanks again to all those that made it to the webinar on Thursday. It was a lot of fun tag teaming with Taylor Goetz. Storm-cassandra has come a long way. The slides and video are now available.
This is a quick how-to post for Opsview users who have a need to monitor MarkLogic. The good news is that MarkLogic have released a Nagios plugin.
Apache Cassandra Project Chair Jonathan Ellis takes a look at some of the improvements in version 1.2, including Parallel Leveled Compaction, Collections, and CQL3.
Check out this video about RethinkDB. Watch a quick overview of the ReQL query language, sharding, replication, and more!
As architects, developers or site reliability engineers, you probably use cloud infrastructure platforms at some stage of application deployment, either development, staging or production.
SmartSVN’s built-in Revision Graph tool provides a quick and easy way to get an overview of the hierarchical history of your files and directories.
You've heard the news: Facebook has announced a new offering called Graph Search. Use of graph technologies has been growing over the last few years, and there’s been quite the buzz around graph databases of late.