Let’s say I have a collection of documents that all kind of look like this . . .
Whit this tutorial, you should be able to reach your SmartFox game server on the DNS name given to you by Amazon EC2 in the control panel.
Here's a webinar presented by Oren Eini from February 2 that covers SQL Replication, Periodic Backup, Replication/Sharding, and more . . .
Warning: This is another super-technical post. If you don’t know what the Semantic Web and RDF are, this will be incomprehensible.
Once upon a time there was a Munich pizza baker who developed a technique to beam pizza out of bright sunshine. He can produce more than a thousand pizzas per second . . .
Over at the 10gen blog, Emrah Ozcelebi, CEO of SPP42 has written a guest post detailing an interesting case study of how MongoDB is being used by Nokta . . .
Spring Data repository abstraction reduces the boilerplate code to write the data access layer of the application. . .
Here's a video from Enterprise Data World 2012 that explains how graph databases work and how they can be used for risk management.
Neo4j performance tuning deserves its own blog post, but at least now you have a great way of testing your performance as you tweak JVM, cache, hardware, load balancing, and other parameters.
This edition of the NoSQL Week in Review covers our top 5 NoSQL links for the last week. These include a couple Couchbase updates, as well as an article on polyglot persistence with Gremlin.
As said before, PrimeFaces library is used to enhance the UI. There is nearly no configuration required for this library. PrimeFaces provides many pre-designed . . .
As you probably know, I get called quite a lot to customers to “assist” in failing or problematic software projects.
Couch DB supports replication of data across distributed platform, It has many framework for this supporting master replication, slave replication, filtered replication, incremental/bidirectional replication.
Imagine you have a CSV file that you want to manipulate. Our goal is to transform this into the following form by combining the last three columns . . .
This article touches upon various aspects of RDBMS and where RDBMS hits the roadblock in an enterprise world.
MongoDB is a open-source scalable, high-performance NoSQL database. It is a document-oriented Storage.
Part of the allure of the recently released MySQL 5.6 was it's attempt at responding to emerging NoSQL technologies.
The release 1.2.2 is mostly a maintenance release with several bug fixes, but yet you can try one new experimental feature: integration with EventMachine library.
I am increasingly convinced that those who blame MongoDB for any kind of data corruption are waving hands out of desperation.
In this series of tutorials, a sample case study application will be built with different technologies. In this tutorial, a sample JSF application with Spring Data MongoDB will be covered.
On Thursday, February 21, at 10:00am PST, Matt Aslett of 451 research and Mark Sarbiewski of Clustrix will be participating in a webinar focused on NewSQL and DBaaS.
NoSQLUnit is a JUnit extension to make writing unit and integration tests of systems that use NoSQL backend easier.
Here's a video presented by Abdelmonaim Remani of Oracle at JavaOne last year.
For those of us who are regular to MySQL, its configuration file (my.cnf) and the many options in it (some may say too many), mongoDB seems to be the simple.
The Liskov Substitution Principle depends quite a bit on specifics of how an object-relational database system intersects tables and objects for how it applies.