Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the NoSQL Zone (Apr. 4 to Apr. 10). Here they are, in order of popularity:
In the next series of posts, the author will describe how TokuMX replication keeps data in sync between machines in the replica set. In doing so, he will address the challenges they faced and algorithms they developed to address them.
MongoDB is evolving rapidly. The 2.2 version introduced the aggregation framework as an alternative to the Map-Reduce query model. Generating aggregated reports is a recurrent requirement for enterprise systems, and MongoDB shines in this regard.
We’re happy to announce the release of Couchbase Server 2.5.1 Enterprise Edition. As many of you may know, the 2.5 release introduced several exciting features like rack-zone awareness and, secure cross datacenter replication that provided better reliability and security for enterprises.
MongoDB replication has some great features. As the author discussed in his last post, MongoDB’s crash safety design is very elegant. Despite these great features, TokuMX replication is completely incompatible with MongoDB’s replication. As the saying goes, this is a feature and not a bug.
The @Resource annotation appeared for the first time in Java EE 5 specification. When you annotate an attribute with @Resource, it will be the container responsible for injecting the requested resource. The typical example is used with the DataSource class.