MapR Advances Support for Flexible Analytics on JSON and S3 Data with Apache Drill

According to a new press release, “MapR® Technologies, Inc., provider of the industry’s next generation data platform for AI and Analytics, today announced the support of Apache Drill 1.15. The new release offers new enhancements to conduct powerful queries on highly complex nested data structures; including files, MapR JSON database tables and cloud data sources […]

Data Modeling and NoSQL: Innovation and Flexibility

Hackolade offers an array of Data Modeling tools designed for various NoSQL databases. Their software is user-friendly, while providing powerful graphics. These features, combined with flexible HTML model documentation, provide a visual blueprint for each application. Hackolade’s output is similar to a CAD printout produced by a draftsman or architect. The blueprint promotes discussion. Pascal […]

What is a Document Database?

Document Databases refers to a category of  NoSQL that represents data in a tree structure, where paths or branches connect data values or leaves. Frequently, Document Stores use XML and JSON formats stores. There are few practical limits to the number of paths, fields, values, or types of data that can be added to specific […]

AnyChart Opens Source Code of Its JavaScript Charting Libraries with 7.13.0 Major Release

by Angela Guess A new press release reports, “AnyChart (, one of global leaders in the development of interactive data visualization software, has opened the source of its popular JavaScript (HTML5) charting libraries AnyChart, AnyMap, AnyStock, and AnyGantt as part of the major 7.13.0 release published today. This ensures the uttermost customization opportunity for web […]

LDM Webinar: Data Modeling for XML and JSON

To view just the slides from this presentation, click HERE>> About the Webinar Data modeling has traditionally focused on relational database systems. But in the age of the internet, technologies such as XML and JSON have evolved to provide structure and definition to “data in motion”. Have data modeling technologies evolved to support these technologies? […]

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