Couchbase Server 2.0 is anopensource, distributedNoSQL database. It is a document-oriented data store with a key/value API.Couchbase features a
I’ve been playing around with setting up a neo4j cluster using Vagrant and HAProxy and one thing I wanted to do was define two different roles for the HAProxy and neo4j machines.
Just got back from ODTUG's kscope13 conference which had a lot of good deep ADF content. In one of my session I ran out of time to do one of my demos . . .
This talk will give an insight view on the construction of structr, including how the project evolved to a spohistocated REST backend framework as well as how they built CMS components.
Here's a session from JavaOne 2012 that focuses on using NoSQL databases as a JMS message store in Java messaging applications.
The following 1:22 lecture was originally presented by Professor Steven Skiena at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
This is going to be an in-your-face introduction to Scalding, the (Scala + Cascading) MapReduce framework that Twitter recently open-sourced.
CodeIgniter is a powerful PHP framework with a very small footprint. It is built for PHP coders who need a simple and elegant toolkit to create full-featured web applications.
One of the most important principles of NoSQL is, One size does not fit all. But the proliferation of options makes it difficult to know which solution is most appropriate for your problem.
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 . . .