Setting up PHP can be a bit of a pain on both Windows and Mac OS X. There are a lot of different ways of doing it, but many of them come with a variety of annoyances or confusion.
It is with great pleasure that I can announce that we now have an additional RavenDB as a Service provider, in addition to RavenHQ. there is also Cloud Bird.
Datastax presents this one-hour discussion of how NoSQL meets real-time big-data needs with a focus on Apache Cassandra.
Facebook Graph Search has given the Graph Database community a simpler way to explain what it is we do and why it matters.
In about 50 lines of code we’ve put together both ingestion and querying streaming MapReduce app. We’ve run it on the local cluster – and it will run . . .
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.
Querying Views is what views are all about. Our documentation is great and can be found here . . .
Before anything else, I need to thank Sergey Shumov for this feature. This is one of the features that we got as a pull request, and we were very happy to accept it.
This 5-minute NoSQL Parody won an award at CIDR 2013
Yesterday we released PyMongo 2.4.2, the latest version of 10gen's Python driver for MongoDB. You can see the whole list of nine bugs fixed. Here are some highlights . . .
The 10gen team recently announced a "powerful new type of alert type available in MMS," that improves users' ability to manage MongoDB.
This week in NoSQL, Neo4j reaches a new milestone, and DZone releases a must-have developer reference to MongoDB with Refcard 171, MongoDB: Flexible NoSQL for Humongous Data.
As I am always interested in testing RavenDB with different data sets, I decided that this would be a great opportunity to do that, and get some additional information about how things are working as well.
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