Erik Meijer’s paper Your Mouse is a Database has an interesting illustration of “The Big Data Cube” using three axes to classify databases.
0 replies - 3232 views - 10/10/12 by John Cook in Articles
Ok, I'm back with
a new post, this time with a post about a couple quirks I ran into
while implementing some test cases for Spring Data using...
0 replies - 3004 views - 09/23/12 by Duncan Brown in Articles
If you're thinking about using cloud in your solutions you should adapt
it gradually (an evolution rather than revolution). It's much easier to
0 replies - 2924 views - 09/18/12 by Łukasz Budnik in Articles
Big Data is all about technology and business model innovation. Why?
Because, a lot of next generation business models are DATA centric.
0 replies - 2334 views - 09/10/12 by Ravi Kalakota in Articles
One of the first topics to spring to mind as we worked on
NosqlDistilled was that NoSQL databases use different
data models than the relational model....
1 replies - 5353 views - 01/20/12 by Martin Fowler in Articles
The major point of many of Martin Fowler's blog posts, repeated in his
book, is that NoSQL represents a movement away from integrating on the
0 replies - 1740 views - 01/04/12 by Chris Travers in Articles
published the last version of DEX 4.0 as an evaluation version to download. In
addition to what version 3.0 offered, DEX 4.0 now achieves even better...
0 replies - 904 views - 01/24/11 by Damaris Coll in Announcements
Sparsity Technologies is proud to announce the new release 4.0 of DEX. Altogether with the characteristics of former versions, DEX 4.0 brings more performance...
0 replies - 1535 views - 12/16/10 by Damaris Coll in Announcements
If you’ve used MySQL replication you’ve probably discovered that slave machines can lag behind the master. Replication can also break completely, requiring...
4 replies - 17282 views - 02/05/09 by Derek Young in Articles
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