Frank Cellar introduces his ArangoDB which is basically a Document store (key, value) and uses a blueprint graph interface.
The title of this post may be a bit confusing–what does Neo4j have to do with Spray JSON?
The folks over at 451 have updated their Database Landscape Map to accomodate some significant modifications and additions to the original map . . .
It would seem that the good folks at DZone have sent me a goodie box (or, as I call it, a "swag bag" because it rhymes and I'm easily amused) . . .
I was recently playing with the AWS ELB and AWS AutoScaling which I described here. What I wanted to do was to setup some stress test . . .
Girish Karachiwala is Head of Technology at Compassites Software. In this video, he talks about NoSQL and the related advantages.
At 3scale we find Amazon to be a fantastic platform for running APIs due to the complete control you have on the application stack.
Here's a post from back in 2011 that offers a general look at the difference in performance of graph databases and relational databases.
This introduction by Pluralsight focuses on Apache CouchDB in easy-to-access JSON. This is part of a larger full curriculum on NoSQL from Pluralsight that can be accessed here.
Over at the Cloud Foundry blog, Raja Rao published a tutorial on using RabbitMQ instead of Redis as a 'session store' and a 'pub-sub' service for chat messages.
I just sent an email to our open source mobile community sharing some exciting developments we've made in the last months.
Oren Eini presents this webinar on RavenDB, the .NET NoSQL solution.
FLOSS Moling with RavenDB, Redis and Node.js: Building a Simple Dashboard, and NoSQL in Business Intelligence are a few of the headlines from this week's NoSQL roundup.
Yuki Morishita, of the Datastax blog, recently published an article about updates to Cassandra's use of the Yammer Metric library.
I am working on a Spring MVC app that demonstrates all of the different MongoDB Java APIs.
Here's a screencast from the RethinkDB blog that covers the ReQL query language, sharding, replication, and more.
The codeline for Lotus Notes was started in 1984. Notes was that document-syncing technology (including “work offline”), with a easy-to-program UI capability . . .
Recently, I’ve started implementing a number of Redis-based solutions for a Datablend customer.
I was looking back at some code I wrote a few months ago to query a neo4j database to find the shortest path between two people via the colleagues relationships that exist.
I’ve read in numerous sites and blog posts some kind of tips or tutorials about MongoDB that includes the most SQL-ish structure . . .
Here's a 45-minute webinar presented by AWS Evangelist Ryan Shuttleworth. He takes a look at static website hosting and Glacier integration among other topics.
The MongoDB guys are doing some free online course on MongoDB. The MongoDB for DBAs is already online with the first two weeks.
This webinar should provide lots of demo, and if we are lucky, some features that are even newer than 2.0.
Obviously there a lot more things to say about graph queries, but with these simple examples, I hope to have given you a nice introduction as to where exactly the power of graph traversals is . . .