• NoSQL database system, no problem?

    The slew of databases designed to handle the reams of data being produced today hold an allure, for sure. But the IT problem you’re trying to solve comes first -- or you could be in for it.

    Scot Petersen345 pointsBadges:
  • How can today’s DBAs contribute to big data databases?

    In the big data puzzle, data scientists and NoSQL are all the rage. Find out how traditional DBAs fit in, and what they have to do to stay there.

    Mark Fontecchio2,910 pointsBadges:
  • The Oracle NoSQL push to legitimacy: Is it working?

    Oracle wants its NoSQL database to be relevant in the world of non-relational databases. But winning over NoSQL adherents could be a tall task.

    Mark Fontecchio2,910 pointsBadges:
  • 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.

    ITKE56,290 pointsBadges:
  • Comparing relational database security and NoSQL security

    In this introduction to database security, expert Michael Cobb explains the differences between relational database and NoSQL security.

    searchsecurity9,770 pointsBadges:
  • NoSQL technology gains channel support

    Open source NoSQL database technologies such as MongoDB and Couchbase are catching on in enterprises that need an alternative to relational databases.

    editor11,110 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    ITKE56,290 pointsBadges:
  • NoSQL databases, MPP hardware create potential for new DBMS options

    Get consultant Mark Whitehorn’s take on how NoSQL databases and other emerging alternatives to relational databases could affect the evaluation and selection of database engines.

    ITKE56,290 pointsBadges:
  • IBM to unveil NoSQL technology inside DB2

    IBM intends to offer NoSQL database capabilities inside of DB2 beginning early next year, according to a keynote speaker at IBM Information On Demand 2011.

    Brunola3,155 pointsBadges:
  • 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 Vaughan2,370 pointsBadges:

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