So you want to go with the flow and implement your next application on top of some NoSQL, NotJustSQL, NewSQL, AlmostSQL, SQL++, NextGenSQL . . .
One of the most exciting new features that got into RavenDB 2.0 is the notion of bulk inserts, described herein.
I mentioned before that the hard part in building RavenDB now isn’t the actual features that we add, it is the intersection of features that is causing problems.
Suppose that the collection test.foo contained the following documents . . .
in the middle of the end-of-year festivities we are happy to announce another Neo4j 1.9 milestone before the year ends.
OK, to begin with, I'd really like to try MySQL Cluster as a Key-Value Store. Yes, I have already recognized that MySQL Cluster stores variable length data in fixed length format.
In the past few days, it sometimes felt like RavenDB is a naughty boy who want to eat all of the cake and leave none for others.
NoSQLUnit is a JUnit extension to make writing unit and integration tests of systems that use NoSQL backend easier.
The video linked below was originally presented at MongoSV 2012 by Eric Sedor. Sorry that the link wouldn't embed - some problem with the embed code.
The following webinar offers an insight into how NoSQL solutions are being used with Spring Data.
"IBM has dropped the Lotus brand from its collaboration software products as it prepares to release a new version of Notes and Domino . . ."
Alex Liu, of the Datastax Cassandra Developer Center, recently blogged about Cassandra's ability to support column TTL (time to live).
In part II, Rob Bagby shows you how to consume the REST API from PHP while working with Azure Table Storage.
It looks like RavenDB, a .NET NoSQL solution, has some competition now with the release of BrightstarDB, which touts "code-first data model generation."
In this article I deal with a different NoSql database called MongoDb a mature NoSql engine born outside the .NET world to clarify the concept of Id in a typical No Sql database
Couchbase implements a peer-peer model with a “smart-client” interface. Each machine in the cluster is co-equal, and the client interface (which will be .NET in this case) . . .
This 10-minute screencast focuses on the REST API to show how to use Azure Table Storage from PHP.
This video from DataStax is of a presentation given by Matthias Broecheler, from the Aurelius team. The presentation focuses on Apache Cassandra and Titan, a NoSQL solution for large data.
I’ve blogged about using MongoDb to store log4net logs, but the original appender has a little problem, it stores a BsonDocument inside the MongoCollection . . .
Here's a half hour presentation from the IndicThreads.com. Here's a list of what they cover:
In this video, the Cloudify community shows you how to deploy a Couchbase cluster on Cloudify, an open Platform as a Service stack.
The RavenDB’s document store is your main access point to the database. It is strongly recommended that you’ll have just a single instance of the document store per each server you are accessing.
Here's a quick video of Jonathan Ellis, Apache Cassandra Chair, who describes the history of Apache's NoSQL solution.
Just a word of warning before you read this. I currently don’t recommend using this project. MAYBE in the future you could use it, but for now I think it’s just a cool proof of concept or something handy for rapid prototyping.
This is why, at every turn, your assumption should be that any information you have is some or all incorrect until proven otherwise.