• What’s your opinion of the state of NoSQL database security technology to secure security big data analytics implementations?

    mheller255 pointsBadges:
  • Maturing NoSQL database security key to big data security analytics

    NoSQL database security has taken a backseat to performance in Hadoop-based security big data analytics systems, but that may soon change thanks to growing demand and maturing NoSQL security products.

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  • NoSQL, Git and more on ThoughtWorks radar

    Managing technology is usually a risk-reward scenario where you maintain a portfolio of ready-for-primetime technologies and skills, while keeping an eye open for new and possibly game-changing technologies. Yet you know that you can take a trip down a black hole if you pick too many new...

    ITKE354,330 pointsBadges:
  • Discussing Aerospike at DeveloperWeek 2015

    Aerospike's developer discusses how the NoSQL database recently moved its IP to open source at DeveloperWeek 2015.

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  • Oracle RDBMS vs. NoSQL databases in the era of big data

    While NoSQL databases are a lower-cost, scalable alternative to Oracle RDBMS, they pose risks of data loss, says an expert at Oracle Collaborate 2014.

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  • Hadoop framework, big data systems will coexist with relational data in 2013

    Hadoop and NoSQL databases harness parallel processing to churn reams of big data. As 2013 dawns, interest is growing in mixing them with SQL tools.

    Jack Vaughan3,335 pointsBadges:
  • Effective ‘big data’ strategy helps advertising firm attract clients

    Online advertising company adMarketplace uses a mix of NoSQL and SQL databases in a "big data" environment that feeds its search syndication system.

    DRebernik70 pointsBadges:
  • NoSQL database software enjoys rarefied cloud air

    The sweet spot for NoSQL databases is running Web applications, especially in cloud computing environments that support easy upward scalability.

    Jack Vaughan3,335 pointsBadges:
  • Growing the demand for NoSQL technology, and non-relational solutions

    While relational databases have been the stalwart of enterprise computing, more and more organizations are looking at NoSQL solutions that will free them from many of the constraints of a relational database system.

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  • NoSQL DBMS (Not only SQL database management system)

    Understanding the types of NoSQL DBMSes available and learning how and when they can be beneficial is an important requirement for modern application development.

    Margaret Rouse4,535 pointsBadges:

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