List/Grid Tag Archives: NoSQL

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A SMALL cross-section of BIG Data

Big data is a term applied to data sets whose size is beyond the ability of commonly used software tools to capture, manage, and process the data within a tolerable elapsed time. Big ...
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MongoDB with Spring Data project

All of us are observing the explosion of NoSql solutions these days. I get used to RDBMS but those are not a solution for all kind of challenges you might have. In my recent experience ...
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Streaming Files from MongoDB GridFS

Not too long ago I tweeted what I felt was a small triumph on my latest project, streaming files from MongoDB GridFS for downloads (rather than pulling the whole file into memory and ...
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Transactional event-based NOSQL storage

I am presenting here a simple two steps architectural approach based on stored events as a workaround for the lack of full atomic transaction support in so-called “NOSQL” databases. Being ...
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What is NoSQL ?

NoSQL is a term used to refer to a class of database systems that differ from the traditional relational database management systems (RDBMS) in many ways. RDBMSs are accessed using ...
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SQL or NOSQL: That is the question?

So what’s the deal with NoSQL? Is NoSQL just a controversial buzzword? Could you imagine if the term ‘Object Oriented’ didn’t exist and instead architectures ...
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Cassandra vs MongoDB vs CouchDB vs Redis vs Riak vs HBase comparison

Kristóf Kovács performed a very interesting brief comparison among six of the most popular “NoSQL” database implementations. Additionally to Kristóf’s work, ...
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