All sorts of relationships
Cory Isaacson gives us a crash-course guide to Data Modelling, in the first of a three part series.
Mo' data, mo' costs
What's the key to creating a successful database? And what's standing in your way from achieving it? Cory Isaacson lays it out for us.
The dev teams behind free messaging broker HornetQ and ActiveMQ appear to be considering closer collaboration.
No big problem
Google might have ditched its old tried and tested formula, but DataTorrent’s John Fanelli has some choice words for Hadoop detractors.
Throwing out sparks
Inside the ‘lightning fast’ new release from the Cassandra database experts.
White hat hacking
To err is human, but to ignore the warnings of independent security researchers is just downright silly, writes Arne Blankerts.
Sofa so good
With the maturation of NoSQL, investors are increasingly turning away from the old school enterprise database providers.
Welcome to the jungle
The term “Internet Things” represents a colourful spectrum of technologies, including HTTP, CoAP, lightweight M2M and OMA-DM. Julien Vermillard helps us navigate.
The story behind the device blending software and hardware in one chunky package.
JCP for you and me
Gil Tene explains why he’d like to see wider participation in putting together final Java builds, and why we‘re going to see some overuse of certain Java 8 features.
Making a splash
Open source superstar Docker 1.0 is now GA, complete with stable production-ready, backward compatible and feature-complete software.
Proving that open source can indeed bring in the goods, Apache Lucene grounded data engine has now racked up a total of $100m over past 18 months.
Power of three
Client-side tech undergoes tweaks to Remote Procedure Call mechanism and other improvements.
News to crunch on
With a sleek and slimmed down admin console and host of bug fixes, latest update of application server ready to fly,