NoSQL Job Trends: February 2014
So, it is a few days late but we finally have the NoSQL installment of the February job trends.
feeds.dzone.com Mar 10, 2014 comments nosql
When to Use MongoDB Rather than MySQL (or Other RDBMS): The Billing Example
NoSQL has been a hot buzz in the air for a pretty long time (well, it's not only a buzz anymore), and MongoDB has been a major player.
feeds.dzone.com Mar 4, 2014 comments mongodb mysql nosql
Joe Celko’s Complete Guide to NoSQL
Joe Celko is one of the best known writers about databases, and a go-to source for anyone wanting to know about SQL.
feeds.dzone.com Feb 27, 2014 comments nosql
Migrating existing NoSQL Data to App42 PaaS MongoDB Service
App42 PaaS enables you to migrate your existing NoSQL data backup to its MongoDB service in a seamless manner.
feeds.dzone.com Feb 27, 2014 comments mongodb nosql
The Flask Authentication Problem
Flask can be a strategic tool for writing to-the-point code, working with new technologies (NoSQL data stores, etc.
feeds.dzone.com Feb 25, 2014 comments nosql
IBM Doubles Down On Cloud Services With Cloudant Acquisition
IBM is attempting to make up for its delayed push in cloud services by acquiring Cloudant, a YC alum and a cloud specialist in the area of NoSQL, database-as-a-service.
techcrunch.com Feb 24, 2014 comments nosql database cloud
Why Couchbase thinks it can dethrone that 200 pound MongoDB gorilla
When we chatted with open source NoSQL database providers Couchbase last summer, they were celebrating having secured $25m in funding, and a 400% growth trajectory over the past year.
feeds.dzone.com Feb 13, 2014 comments mongodb database nosql
DevOps: The Future Of DIY IT?
If Gartner's recent poll of NoSQL database adopters is any indication, traditional IT is dead.
www.readwriteweb.com Feb 11, 2014 comments database nosql
NewSQL Vs. SQL on Hadoop
NoSQL, NewSQL, SQL on Hadoop – SQL seems to be everywhere these days.
feeds.dzone.com Feb 7, 2014 comments hadoop nosql
Orchestrate Replaces Multiple NoSQL Databases With A Single API
The days when developers built their applications on a single database are long over.
techcrunch.com Feb 4, 2014 comments database nosql
The Best of the Week (Jan 17): NoSQL Zone
Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the NoSQL Zone!
feeds.dzone.com Jan 27, 2014 comments nosql
The Best of the Week (Jan. 10): NoSQL Zone
Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the NoSQL Zone.
feeds.dzone.com Jan 21, 2014 comments nosql
MongoDB vs Cassandra: Difference and Similarities between MongoDB and Cassandra
MongoDB and Cassandra have occupied a very big market of NoSQL Schema-Free databases.
feeds.dzone.com Jan 19, 2014 comments cassandra mongodb nosql
28 MongoDB NoSQL Database Interview Questions and Answers
MongoDB is the best free open source NoSQL document oriented database.
feeds.dzone.com Jan 11, 2014 comments database mongodb nosql
CouchDB vs CouchBase: Differences and Similarities between CouchDB and CouchBase
Apache CouchDB and CouchBase, both are Free, Open Source, NoSQL document databases using JSON as their document format.
feeds.dzone.com Jan 11, 2014 comments couchdb json apache
SQL and NoSQL are Really Just Two Sides of the Same Coin
In a recent debate about NoSQL vs. SQL on Hackernews, I was made aware of a quite amusing paper by Erik Meijer and Gavin Bierman.
feeds.dzone.com Jan 6, 2014 comments nosql
Git: the NoSQL Database
speakerdeck.com Jan 5, 2014 comments database nosql
12 Best Free and Open Source NoSQL Databases
NoSQL databases are becoming popular day by day. I have come up with the list of best, free and open source NoSQL databases.
feeds.dzone.com Jan 5, 2014 comments nosql
NoSQL vs RDBMS: Why and why not to use NoSQL over RDBMS?
NoSQL (not only SQL) is not a relational database management system (RDBMS).
feeds.dzone.com Jan 4, 2014 comments database nosql
MongoDB vs CouchDB: Open Source NoSQL and Document Databases Comparison
examples of open source NoSQL database. Aside from both storing documents though, it turns out that they don't share much in common.
feeds.dzone.com Jan 1, 2014 comments mongodb couchdb nosql
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