First of all, it is a short book and you can run through the pages fast. As the title says, the book is really an introduction to NoSQL databases.
Applying the lessons from the leveldb codebase isn’t going to be a straightforward task. I already discussed why we can’t just use leveldb directly, so I won’t go into that.
PostgreSQL has very good support for arrays of other data types. One can have nested data types where an attribute of a relation stores an array of tuples . . .
Here is a webinar presented by Oren Eini that focuses on operational tasks, maintenance tasks, and sneak peaks.
Here's a 1-hour webinar from NuoDB that covers how common enterprise strategies for scaling fall short, as well as how a CDMS like NuoDB enables innovation and cost reduction.
Is your database holding back your application? Find out how we at RightScale use NoSQL databases such as Cassandra . . .
In summary, I am quite happy that I spent the time reading all of this code. The LevelDB codebase is really simple, when you grok what it actually does.
First and foremost, it is important to understand that the SDK wraps and extends the functionality of the spymemcached (called "spy") memcached library.
I like reading interesting code bases. And in this case, I have been reading through the leveldb codebase for a while.
Here's a quick 3-minute tutorial that will help you understand the limitations of commonly used distributed file systems.
The bottom line for any sysadmin is to keep the database and in case of Couchbase, keeping the cluster up and running 24x7.
Last year, a lot of folks asked us if they could use MongoLab’s admin tools on databases not hosted with MongoLab.
Today: Ubuntu 13.04 Raring Ringtail, safety in Rust 0.6, a clean architecture framework, and Ruby on Rails creator David Hansson on when empathy can be insulting. Plus: a 14-year-old McDonald's hamburger.
A bunch of different graphistas have pointed out to me in recent months that there is something funny about Graphs and email.
Jon Kleinberg focuses his discussion of cascading behavior on large social networks by exploring how the dynamics of information flow mirrors that of an epidemic.
Here are some interesting ramblings from a PhD student who discusses the history and types of NoSQL databases.
My good friend Vivek Mishra asked me to review his new book, Instant Apache Cassandra for Developers Starter . . .
Facebook certainly changed the way we are doing things. Sometimes, that ain’t always for the best, as can be seen from the way too much time humanity as a whole spend watching cat videos.
Oracle presents part 3 in a series on using Hadoop and HDFS for batch analysis with Oaracle NoSQL database. 9 minutes.
In RavenDB 2.5, we provide an easy way to grab all the data from the database, regardless of the usual paging limit.
This is a brief tutorial on how to use Node.js (using CoffeeScript) to connect to a MongoDB (using Mongoose) for a small project I am working on with a group of awesome students.
This past weekend, a team from Neo Technology participated in the NASA International Space Apps Challenge. Pernilla, Tobias, and Mattias from Neo Technology joined forces with our friend Hatim . . .
As a developer, I’ve been using Couchbase Server for couple of months now and I love it. Having written several apps myself, I’ve come to learn many (but not all) of the ins-and-outs of Couchbase.
NuoDB 1.0.2 is a maintenance release of NuoDB's elastically scalable SQL cloud database. Here's what's new . . .
Today: The Digital Public Library of America (and their APIs), TokuDB goes open source, jQuery 2.0, and how superior technology will only distract you. Also: what does it look like to wring out a washcloth in space?