The 1:40 video below explores the various storage technologies used by Craigslist, including MySQL, Redis, and MongoDB.
0 replies - 3592 views - 09/17/12 by Eric Genesky in Articles
At OSCON 2012 in Portland I gave a presentation on building your first MongoDB application.
Over 150 people were in the audience, a pretty significant number...
1 replies - 2703 views - 09/17/12 by Steve Francia in Articles
Along with breadth-first search,
depth-first search is one of the two main methods to walk through a
graph. This approach though is...
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This lecture will look at the patterns that apply to all key-value stores, and patterns for more advanced Redis databases.
Patterns for key-value stores...
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The Neo4j graph database is all about
relationships. It allows to model domains of connected data easily.
Querying using a imperative API is cumbersome and...
0 replies - 2515 views - 09/17/12 by Allen Coin in Articles
One common theme I've seen in the past few years is developers
downplaying products and features that typically take a long time to
implement and to get to...
0 replies - 3511 views - 09/15/12 by Rodrigo De Castro in Articles
(also posted to the 10gen blog: here)
I’m excited to report that Dex (github)
is now equipped with his first planned upgrade....
0 replies - 11063 views - 09/14/12 by Eric Sedor in Articles
If you reached this page, it’s fair to assume that you must have
worked on at least one relational database in your lifetime. They have...
4 replies - 6716 views - 09/12/12 by Amresh Singh in Articles
The open source PostgreSQL could
already behave like its NoSQL peers, making it the database of choice...
1 replies - 7627 views - 09/12/12 by Eric Gregory in Articles
Trystan made a useful comment on my post about unprofessional code: I
think it's interesting that your definition of "professional" is not...
0 replies - 6948 views - 09/11/12 by Ayende Rahien in Articles
Hadoop MapReduce is a YARN-based system for parallel processing of large data sets. If you are new to Hadoop, first explore the Hadoop site.
0 replies - 7209 views - 09/11/12 by Amresh Singh in Articles
We’re using logstash to collect
all the logs across the different machines that we use in various
environments and had noticed that on some of the...
0 replies - 3654 views - 09/10/12 by Mark Needham in Articles
Last time I wrote about Hadoop on Heroku which is on add-on from Treasure Data - this time I am going to cover NoSQL on Heroku.
0 replies - 4253 views - 09/10/12 by Istvan Szegedi in Articles
noun ( pl. schemata or schemas )
1 technical a representation of a plan or theory in the form of an outline or model: a schema of...
0 replies - 4243 views - 09/07/12 by Simon Metson in Articles
It's been a busy summer here at VoltDB! Since spring the VoltDB
Engineering team has released VoltDB four times (we're operating on 3
week sprints) and...
0 replies - 4579 views - 09/07/12 by Mike Stonebraker in Articles