A document-oriented database is a
designed for storing, retrieving, and managing document-oriented, or
semi structured data. Document-oriented databases...
2 replies - 14112 views - 07/22/12 by Lijin Joseji in Articles
ScaleGrid, Inc (http://www.scalegrid.net),
a Seattle-based startup, is announcing this week the public
availability of MongoDirector, an end-to-end...
0 replies - 3023 views - 07/22/12 by Mark Hinkle in Articles
When I started writing Motor,
my async driver for Tornado and MongoDB, my main concern was
maintainability. I want 100% feature-parity with the official...
0 replies - 2516 views - 07/20/12 by A. Jesse Jiryu Davis in Articles
MongoDB is the most full featured scalable database taking the tech
world by storm. Drupal is the standard in content management powering
0 replies - 3282 views - 07/19/12 by Steve Francia in Articles
MongoDB is a
scalable, high-performance, open source NoSQL database. Instead of
storing data in tables as is done in a “classical” relational database,...
0 replies - 18243 views - 07/16/12 by Lijin Joseji in Articles
I recently started playing around with NoSQL databases as became interested in MongoDB.
Here is a great video tutorial that will get you quickly introduced...
0 replies - 3918 views - 07/12/12 by Eric Silva in Articles
A new tool called “MongoDB Installer for Windows Azure” to help the people who use MongoDB on Windows Azure is released and is available for download from...
0 replies - 3315 views - 07/11/12 by Senthil Kumar in Articles
Since starting my own consulting business, I've had the opportunity
to work with lots of interesting technologies. Today I wanted to tell you about
0 replies - 5755 views - 07/11/12 by Rick Copeland in Articles
Tornado is a popular asynchronous Python web server, and MongoDB a
widely used non-relational database. Alas, to connect to MongoDB from a...
0 replies - 5488 views - 07/08/12 by A. Jesse Jiryu Davis in Articles
been working to build, and re-build, a geospatial table for work.
There’s been a lot of challenges in this project for me as this is the
2 replies - 6054 views - 07/05/12 by Micheal Shallop in Articles
Got an email with links about NoSQL. Links like "Going NoSQL with MongoDB".
This -- like many such articles -- includes the phrase "the...
1 replies - 3594 views - 07/02/12 by Steven Lott in Articles
Me announcing the open-source Garner gem, https://github.com/artsy/garner
and talking about server-side caching. A few people came up to me after
0 replies - 3290 views - 07/02/12 by Daniel Doubrovkine in Articles
NoSQL databases due to their scalability are becoming increasingly
popular. When used appropriately NoSQL databases can offer real
benefits. MongoDB is...
1 replies - 5058 views - 07/01/12 by Pavithra Gunasekara in Articles
Brendan W. McAdams presents the following presentation (approx. 1 hour) on bringing together MongoDB, a popular NoSQL database, with the Java Virtual...
0 replies - 4153 views - 06/26/12 by Eric Genesky in Articles
This session introduces the basic components of high availability
before going into a deep dive on MongoDB replication. We’ll explore some
0 replies - 5749 views - 06/25/12 by Steve Francia in Articles
So I’m working on a project where I’m taking a csv file that contains
a little more than 100 columns of data by 10,000 rows. (It’s a sample
0 replies - 4612 views - 06/22/12 by Micheal Shallop in Articles
Scalability Challenges in Big Data ScienceYesterday I gave a talk on scalability and machine learning at the BerlinBuzzword
conference. I give an overview of...
0 replies - 4583 views - 06/18/12 by Mikio Braun in Articles
Graylog2 is an open-source self-hosted centralized log management
tool. Think of it as a do-it-yourself version of loggly.com, or perhaps a
0 replies - 7548 views - 06/15/12 by Joe Miller in Articles
had a requirement in my current job to persist some messages at
different points in the running of the system. At the beggining we
didn’t know the...
1 replies - 11507 views - 06/05/12 by Carlo Scarioni in Articles
I have recently been bitten by the NoSQL bug - or as colleague of mine Mark Atwell coined "Burn the Where!" movement. While I have no intention of...
1 replies - 16129 views - 05/22/12 by Partha Bhattacharjee in Articles