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NoSQL Now! Webinar: NoSQL Architecture Patterns

NoSQL Now Webinar Series

NoSQL Now! NoSQL Architecture Patterns from DATAVERSITY To view just the slides from this webinar, click HERE.   About the Webinar The NoSQL movement has introduced four new database architectural patterns that complement, but not replace, traditional relational and analytical databases.  This presentation will introduce these four patterns and discuss their relative strengths and weaknesses…

NoSQL Now! Slides: NoSQL Architecture Patterns

NoSQL Now! NoSQL Architecture Patterns from DATAVERSITY  To view the recording of this presentation, click HERE.   About the Webinar The NoSQL movement has introduced four new database architectural patterns that complement, but not replace, traditional relational and analytical databases.  This presentation will introduce these four patterns and discuss their relative strengths and weaknesses for…

Rackspace Now Offers Hosted Versions of MongoDB Data Store

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by Angela Guess Joab Jackson of InfoWorld reports, “Rackspace is now offering hosted versions of the MongoDB data store, using MongoDB management technologies it acquired from its purchase of ObjectRocket in February. It also has contracted with 10gen, the company shepherding the open source MongoDB, to provide advanced support for the service. ObjectRocket created a…

Talend and Neo Technology Advance NoSQL Capabilities

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by Angela Guess A new article out of the companies reports that Talend and Neo Technology have “announced a partnership to advance the deployment and integration of NoSQL graph databases to enterprise environments. As part of the agreement, Talend has added a new connector for Neo4j in its integration solutions, Talend Platform for Big Data and Talend Open…

MySQL Cluster 7.3 Adds NoSQL Option

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by Angela Guess Doug Henschen of Information Week reports, “Oracle on Tuesday announced a collection of must-have and nice-to-have upgrades with the release of MySQL Cluster 7.3, the high-scale, shared-nothing, auto-sharding version of the MySQL database management system. The key must-have is foreign key support, while one nice-to-have is a wizard-driven auto installer. A new…

Featured Video: Evolving Neo4j for the Cloud

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Evolving Neo4J for the Cloud from DATAVERSITY by Angela Guess In preparation for the upcoming NoSQL Now! Conference in San Jose, take a look back at some of the most memorable moments from last year’s conference. One presentation that stands out from the crowd is Stephen Cole’s talk, Evolving Neo4j for the Cloud. In this…

2013 NoSQL Now! Conference & Expo Keynote Speakers Announced

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by Angela Guess We have announced the keynote speakers for the upcoming NoSQL Now! Conference in San Jose. The article states, “This year’s line-up will include NoSQL heavy hitters including Adrian Cockcroft of Netflix, Max Schireson of 10gen, and Andy Mendelsohn of Oracle. The program will also include technology pioneers Nathan Marz, the creator of…

Talend and Couchbase Partner to Boost Integration of NoSQL

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by Angela Guess A recent article out of Couchbase reports, “Talend, a global open source software leader, and Couchbase, Inc., a leader in NoSQL database technology and the company behind the Couchbase open source project, today announced a partnership to advance the deployment and integration of NoSQL technology in enterprise environments. As part of the agreement, leading open…

Featured Video: Dropping ACID

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Dropping ACID: Architecting with Eventual Consistency in the Cloud from DATAVERSITY by Angela Guess Jason Bloomberg, President of ZapThink gave a great presentation at the most recent NoSQL Now! Conference. His introductory presentation was called Dropping ACID: Architecting with Eventual Consistency in the Cloud. In his description of the talk, Jason writes, “It’s impossible for…

How NoSQL is Shaping Data Management

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by Ezekiel James The buzz around NoSQL databases has been going on for some years now and how they’ll shape how we interact with data in the years to come is a primary discussion in many organizations. In fact, a recent Gartner report positions NoSQL as one of the top technologies that will inform how…