So, our managed implementation of leveldb is just about ready to go out and socialize. Note that those are just for a relatively short duration, but they give us good indicator of where we are.
Here's a 38-minute presentation by Hannu Kosing called "PostSQL - Using PostgreSQL as a Better NoSQL"
The following code has a very subtle bug - can you figure out what the problem is?
This 1-hour presentation on MongoDB and Ruby on Rails was given by Paul Rayner.
At a recent game developers conference, the chief architects of Basho and Rovio Entertainment, of Angry Birds fame, presented how Rovio uses Riak.
This session starts of by describing why we now have many different approaches to storing data and how to identify use cases for noSQL, RDBMS and warehousing.
In a way it’s interesting that we write and talk so much about what happens within our system because our high-level goal has always been to make NuoDB as simple to use as possible.
I got a chance to catch-up with Alek Mlynek, CTO of Clickspace, an online platform offering a wide array of multimedia services through websites.
As it stand the World’s Smallest No SQL Database will last only as long as you actually have power.
A graph describes which “things” are adjacent to which other “things.” A logical graph forms a topology that is separate from the topology of physical reality.
Henry Hwangbo gave this 43-minute presentation of Neo4j for GraphConnect in Chicago. You can get the slides for the presentation by clicking through.
Some of you might know Log4j 2 has AsyncAppenders already. They are similar like the ones you can find in Log4j 1 and other logging frameworks.
Most of us have coded some programs which deal with graph theory algorithms like finding the shortest path between two vertices, finding the minimum spanning tree for a given graph . . .
Even for a first attempt, World’s Smallest No SQL Database is actually pretty good. We got 3 of the 4 ACID properties.
Tim Berglund (@tlberglund) presents his NoSQL Smackdown at the DDD Denver meetup on 8-Oct-2012, covering major aspects of Cassandra and MongoDB as NoSQL stores . . .
From Percona London 2012, this presentation discusses Badoo's use of HandlerSocket with MySQL to optimize server performance. Includes tricks for optimization.
This video by one of the masters of graph transversal theory describes some of the recent advances in graph pathology advances.
Today we're releasing the latest version of the 1.9 series of Neo4j, version 1.9.2. While there aren't any new API-level features in this release, there are plenty of goodies under the covers.
On behalf of CUBRID open source database project I wanted to take a chance and make a public announcement that we are looking for a Fedora Package Sponsor . . .
If you use Zend\Db\Sql to generate your SQL, then it's useful to find out what the generated SQL looks like.
As I mentioned earlier, I actually gave that talk in USI Events in Paris a short while ago. The recording for this talk is now available, you can find it here . . .
It looks like RavenDB, a .NET NoSQL solution, has some competition now with the release of BrightstarDB, which touts "code-first data model generation."
Deploying your application into the cloud is a great way to scale from "wouldn't it be cool if.." to giving interviews to Forbes, Fast Company, and Jimmy Fallon
Another great event by 10gen; I think my favorite talks of the day were Kyle’s and Richard’s, but all of them were great. Hope you enjoyed the blog posts!
For developers who might be interested in developing appications in node.js with a NoSQL data store, check out nodeup's eleventh podcast . . .