The Best of the Week (Mar. 7): NoSQL Zone
Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the NoSQL Zone (Mar. 7 to Mar. 13). Here they are, in order of popularity:
So, it is a few days late but we finally have the NoSQL installment of the February job trends. For the NoSQL job trends, we continue to focus on Cassandra, Redis, Couchbase, SimpleDB, CouchDB, MongoDB, HBase, and Riak.
This blog post is the first of a series where we plan to cover each of the major MongoDB drivers in depth. The driver we’ll be covering today is Mongoid, developed by Durran Jordan (@modetojoy).
In this post, the author would like to discuss some performance problems recently mentioned about MongoDB’s embedded arrays, and how TokuMX avoids these problems and delivers more consistent performance for MongoDB applications.
The syncing of mobile data is an important issue, ranging from clean and reliable (Pocket, for example) to spotty and erratic (Facebook, for example). This recent article discusses Couchbase Mobile and the multi-master approach to mobile data syncing.
The author expects (at a bare minimum) to be able to do about 25,000 sustained writes per second on a single machine. He actually expects to be able to do significantly more. But let us go with that amount for now as something that if it drops below that value, we are in trouble.