Titan is a distributed graph database capable of storing graphs on the order of hundreds of billions of edges while, at the same time, supporting billions of real-time graph traversals a day.
Riak is one of the new breed of no-SQL database management systems, which has begun to replace relational databases for some applications.
In 20 minutes, this tutorial will get you started with Oracle NoSQL Database. You will install the product, learn common terminology and learn about the flexible options for Durability and Consistency.
This video introduces you to the basic concepts of graph theory by working through a sample question.
I have talked about human filters and my plan for digital curation. These items are the fruits of those ideas, the items I deemed worthy from my Google Reader feeds.
Did you know you can now buy the $25 Raspberry Pi model in the U.S.? Check out these links for a free short DevOps novel, and yet another cool HTML5 animation.
I have been looking in to NoSQL databases for few months and would like to share my experience with it. This is a post might help you if you indent to start learning about the NoSQL Databases.
This webinar from NuoDB explores common reasons that enterprise strategies fail to scale, as well as how to improve performance without resorting to database tricks like sharding.
Andres Taylor, of Neo4j, presents this 1h18m demonstration of how to use the Cypher query language with Neo4j.
In this video, D.K. Panda from Ohio State University presents: Accelerating Big Data with Hadoop (HDFS, MapReduce and HBase) and Memcached.
An April Fools Roundup, Rackspace acquisitions of NoSQL hosters, and NoSQL benchmarking. Plus the Bitcoin surge and the invisible UI concept.
Okay, after spending quite a lot of time digging through the leveldb codebase, and with several years of working with RavenDB . . .
I’ve done a bit of modelling with years and months in neo4j graphs that I’ve worked on previously but I haven’t ever done anything with time so I thought it’d be interesting to have a go with my football graph.
Over the past six months we’ve added a ton of features to VoltDB 3.0. This blog post lists the highlights, but that just scratches the surface . . .
How to query your complex data with Cypher, and an existing dataset. Dataset available here.
Here's a 15-minute presentation by Brent Luehr from the Okanagan Developers Group.
The following is an 8-minute introduction to Riak from Engine Yard, and it is presented by Edward Chiu, a deployment engineer.
Arduino is an open-source electronics platform that can acknowledge and interact with its environment through a variety of sensor types. It’s great for hardware prototyping and one-off projects.
Here we are starting to get into the interesting bits. How do we actually write to disk. There are two parts of that. The first part is the log file . . .
Each thrift insert request blocks until data is stored in commit log and memtable - this is all, other operations (like replication) are asynchronous . . .
TuneWiki now stores more than 1,000,000,000 documents for its service in Couchbase, proving once again the scalability and performance you get with Couchbase.
VoltDB 3.0 introduces the use of JSON-encoded columns to allow more flexibility in how you structure and interact with your data.
There's a lot of bad advice out there regarding MongoDB. As I wrote in my last review, even smart sources can encourage risky methods.
NewSQL and NoSQL databases present developers with a new and interesting programming model where there are fewer connections to the database . . .
Today: Mozilla introduces Persona and a web-based Unreal engine, Glass may be born in the USA, the Spamhaus/Cyberbunker showdown escalates, and some puns about floats.