Enterprise IT Consultant Views on Technologies and Trends:

NoSQL


June 20, 2011  1:47 AM

SciDB – a database for scientific analysis – “For the toughest problems on the planet”



Posted by: Sasirekha R
analytics, Application, Big Data, NoSQL, Relational Database, Scalability, SciDB

SciDB - a database for scientific analysis - "For the toughest problems on the planet" SciDB Inc. website (http://www.scidb.org/) opens with a powerful statement "For the toughest problems on the...

December 2, 2010  2:40 AM

Apache Cassandra – Distributed Database – Part II



Posted by: Sasirekha R
Apache, Cassandra, distributed data storage, Eventual Consistency, NoSQL, Replication

Apache Cassandra - Distributed Database - Part II

Replication

As seen in consistency, Cassandra offers the users the choice of synchronous and asynchronous replication. Reducing replication factor is easy as it only...


December 2, 2010  2:36 AM

Apache Cassandra – Distributed Database – Part I



Posted by: Sasirekha R
Apache, Cassandra, distributed data storage, Eventual Consistency, NoSQL, Replication

Apache Cassandra - Distributed Database - Part I

The Apache Cassandra is highly available, incrementally scalable, eventually consistent, distributed database, bringing together Amazon


December 1, 2010  12:29 AM

Hadoop Database for Big Data – Part II



Posted by: Sasirekha R
Apache, Big Data, Hadoop, NoSQL, open source, Scalability

Hadoop Database for Big Data - Part II

HBase

HBase uses a data model similar to that of Google's Bigtable. Data is logically organized into tables, rows and columns. A data row has a sortable row key and an arbitrary number of columns....


December 1, 2010  12:26 AM

Hadoop Database for Big Data – Part I



Posted by: Sasirekha R
Apache, Big Data, Hadoop, IBM, NoSQL, open source, Scalability

Continued »


November 18, 2010  1:41 AM

Redis, NoSQL with extensive features – Part II



Posted by: Sasirekha R
cache, Key/Value Pair, KVP, NoSQL, Redis, Replication

Redis, NoSQL with extensive features - Part II

Replication

Redis supports master-slave replication that can be used to improve scalability - multiple slaves to scale to huge amounts of reads, as well as for improved data redundancy. Redis allows any number of slave servers to...


November 18, 2010  1:37 AM

Redis, NoSQL with extensive features – Part I



Posted by: Sasirekha R
cache, Key/Value Pair, memcached, NoSQL, Redis, VMWare

Redis, NoSQL with extensive features - Part I

Redis (Remote Dictionary Server) is an open source, networked, in-memory, persistent, journaled, key-value data store. It is similar to memcached, but goes beyond storing simple...


November 17, 2010  11:46 PM

RabbitMQ, Open Source Enterprise Messaging



Posted by: Sasirekha R
AMQP, cost saving, Messaging, NoSQL, open source, RabbitMQ, VMWare

RabbitMQ, Open Source Enterprise Messaging

RabbitMQ is open source solution providing robust messaging for applications. It is easy to use, fit for purpose at cloud scale and supported on all major operating systems and developer...


November 15, 2010  3:23 AM

Understanding Elastic Caching Plaftorms – IBM eXtreme Scale



Posted by: Sasirekha R
cache, Cloud, Elastic Caching Platform, eXtreme Scale, Forrester, grid, IBM, latency, NoSQL, Scalability, shard

Understanding Elastic Caching Plaftorms - IBM eXtreme Scale

Data Caching is a standard technique used for improving application performance. Local caching, though the fastest, is not able to scale and caching multiple copies of the...


November 9, 2010  12:31 PM

MongoDB, the easy way to try out NoSQL – Part 2



Posted by: Sasirekha R
Cloud, Consistency, MongoDB, NoSQL, RDBMS, Replication, Sharding

MongoDB, the NoSQL favourite - Part 2

In this blog, shall cover some more interesting features of MongoDB. MongoDB provides free license (A-GPL) across platforms (Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, Windows, and Free BSD & Solaris). ...


Forgot Password

No problem! Submit your e-mail address below. We'll send you an e-mail containing your password.

Your password has been sent to: