NoSQL News, Articles, & Education

Keynote on Olympics Content Delivery System at NoSQL Now!

by Angela Guess The team at DATAVERSITY™ has announced that “John O’Donovan, Director, Technical Architecture and Development at the UK’s Press Association (a leading content and media services provider) and one of the world’s foremost media technology designers, will give a keynote presentation to this year’s NoSQL Now! Conference & Expo at the San Jose…

The CAP Theorem and Choosing a NoSQL Database

by Angela Guess Andrew Oliver of InfoWorld has written a helpful guide for choosing the best NoSQL solution for your needs. Oliver writes, “Part of the reason there are so many different types of NoSQL databases lies in the CAP theorem, aka Brewer’s Theorem. The CAP theorem states you can provide only two out of the…

Reasons to Consider Riak

by Angela Guess Rodrigo De Castro of DZone has shared a number of reasons why he thinks NoSQL solution Riak is worth considering. He gives his insights in bullet points. He begins, “(1) Basic: Essentially a key/value store implementing Amazon’s Dynamo where you can decide the level of replication you want on a per bucket or operation…

William McKnight to Keynote NoSQL Now!

by Angela Guess The team at DATAVERSITY ™ is pleased to announce that William McKnight, President of McKnight Consulting Group will keynote the NoSQL Now! Conference this August 21-23 at the San Jose Convention Center. According to the release, “McKnight will highlight a comprehensive agenda of sessions that will feature key topics related to NoSQL…

NoSQL Continues to Gain Influence, Converts

by Angela Guess Matt Asay has written a piece for Wired regarding the rise of NoSQL. He writes, “In Silicon Valley and beyond, a new kind of database is rising. Dubbed NoSQL by its proponents, it sprang out of Google, Amazon, Facebook, and other web giants, who used it to run their massive online operations.…

New Release of Stardog NoSQL Database

by Angela Guess According to a new press release, “C&P LLC, the company behind Stardog, today announced the release of Stardog 1.0.2. Stardog is a NoSQL graph database based on W3C semantic web standards: SPARQL, RDF, and OWL. Stardog is a key component in Linked Data-based information integration at Fortune 500 enterprises and governments around the world.…

Creating High Performance Big Data Applications with the Java Persistence API

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Creating High Performance Big Data Applications with the Java Persistence API from DATAVERSITY   About the White Paper Data management has reached another inflection point. A new breed of applications is pushing traditional, mostly relational database management solutions (RDBMS) beyond their limits, driven by an ever-growing mountain of data, ubiquitous access to information, the consumerism…

Webinar: Common MongoDB Use Cases

Common MongoDB Use Cases from DATAVERSITY  To view the slides only from this presentation, click HERE. This webinar was sponsored by:   About the Presentation MongoDB works differently than other databases. It’s document oriented data model, range based partitioning, and strong consistency model are well suited to some problems, and less well suited to others.…

Slides: Common MongoDB Use Cases

Common MongoDB Use Cases from DATAVERSITY To view the recording of this presentation, click HERE. This webinar was sponsored by:   About the Presentation MongoDB works differently than other databases. It’s document oriented data model, range based partitioning, and strong consistency model are well suited to some problems, and less well suited to others. In…

Slides: The CIOs Guide to NoSQL

The CIOs Guide to NoSQL 2012 View more presentations from DATAVERSITY To view the recording of this webinar, click HERE. This was a special event brought to you in partnership with:   About the Presentation This webinar is an overview of the NoSQL movement with a focus on the business benefits of NoSQL Systems.  Here…