Tag Archive for JSON

Amazon Ups Its NoSQL Game

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by Angela Guess Derrick Harris of GigaOM recently wrote, “Amazon Web Services (AWS) is stepping up its presence in the NoSQL database market, and the competition with MongoDB, by adding support for JSON documents to its already-popular DynamoDB service. JSON is the preferred format for data generated by many web applications and other situations where…

Semantic Web Job: Java JEE/C++ Developer

Net Consultants is looking to recruit a Java JEE/ C++ Developer with experience in RDF. The position description states, “Contract for US Citizen working at Government contractor in Rancho Bernardo on an archived image library system. Technical Qualifications/Experience Required: C++ Developer 3+ years Java JEE and C++ development SQL/Oracle Development on Linux/Unix environment Writing SW for…

Get The Scoop On The Critical ABCs of RDF

by Jennifer Zaino There’s a chance to learn everything you should know about RDF to get the most value from the W3C standard model for data interchange at the 10th annual Semantic Technology & Business Conference in San Jose next month. David Booth, senior software architect at Hawaii Resource Group, will be hosting a session…

JSON, NoSQL, and Relational Databases

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by Angela Guess Ryan Betts of InfoWorld reports, “JSON is the data structure of the Web. It’s a simple data format that allows programmers to store and communicate sets of values, lists, and key-value mappings across systems. As JSON adoption has grown, database vendors have sprung up offering JSON-centric document databases. Now, increasingly, traditional relational-style databases…

Elasticsearch 1.0 Takes Realtime Search To The Next Level

by Jennifer Zaino ElasticSearch 1.0 launches today, combining Elasticsearch realtime search and analytics, Logstash (which helps you take logs and other event data from your systems and store them in a central place), and Kibana (for graphing and analyzing logs) in an end-to-end stack designed to be a complete platform for data interaction. This first major update of the…

Taking NoSQL “Out of the Box”

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by Angela Guess John L. Myers of Information Management recently wrote, “For all the fun of talking about NoSQL’s flexibility and promise, we should link that promise to some reality – particularly some product reality to ground the ideas of NoSQL with real-world applications. My last blog talked about how graph data structures and analysis are different than…