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The Best of the Week (June 20): NoSQL Zone

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The Best of the Week (June 20): NoSQL Zone

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Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the NoSQL Zone (June 20 to June 26). Here they are, in order of popularity:

1. Performing CRUD Operations on MongoDB in a Node.js Application Using MongoDB Driver

There are a number of drivers created by the community to interact with MongoDB from a Node.js app. The official mongodb driver seems to be the simplest of them. In this post, we will learn to perform simple CRUD operations on a MongoDB document store using the mongodb driver.

2. The App Economy Will Never Fully Take Flight Without DBaaS

Developers are continually upping the ante by creating better, smarter and more valuable apps. However, these apps also have increasingly sophisticated data requirements, and the ability to take them to the next level may be stymied by an archaic approach to databases.

3. How to Control Your Expanding MongoDB Database

The key question asked by DJ Walker-Morgan in this recent post from MongoHQ is an important one: do you actually know how big your database is? As Walker-Morgan points out, most people probably have a number they can point to, but the number may not be communicating exactly what they think it is.

4. Best Practices for Partitioned Collections and Tables in TokuDB and TokuMX

Last time, the author gave a technical explanation of the performance characteristics of partitioned collections in TokuMX 1.5 and partitioned tables in relational databases. Given those characteristics, in this post, he will present some best practices when using this feature in TokuMX or TokuDB.

5. Defending the Cassandra Benchmark: What it Means to Compare NoSQL Performance

You may have heard about Jonathan Ellis criticizing Thumbtack Technology's NoSQL benchmarks - in short, he suggested that the benchmarks were improperly configured and understated Cassandra's performance. Well, Ben Engber at Thumbtack Technology heard about it, and according to his response, Ellis is way off.

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