Why data relationships are critical to any successful database design.
MapDB, a data engine grounded in Java, has just reached 1.0 status as an Apache 2.0-licensed project. Cory Isaacson runs through the key features, and underlines what makes it so darn agile.
Inside the database that carves out its own agile paradigm around application needs.
In a pairing described as ‘magical’, Apache Spark and Cassandra have pooled their resources to deliver analytics up to “100 times” swifter in-memory, and 10 times speedier on disk.
NoSQL CEO Bob Wiederhold outlines his plans for world domination – one enterprise at a time.
We meet the king of the Silicon Alley startup scene to discuss NoSQL, breaking records, and why he believes the success of the humongous database is down to more than just good marketing.
Neo Technologys Rik Van Bruggen explains how Neo4j 2.0 makes complex things easy with key new features and overhauls of the graph database.
Create HTML5 front-end directly within your Java EE 7 application with NetBeans IDE 7.4 – shortening the development cycle from 10 minutes to about 5.
How new database tech could help change the way we see the world – as long as we don’t lose sight of what it’s for.
NoSQL sceptics have field day after MongoDB posts and later amends guide to scaling up to 100GB.
NoSQL sceptics have field day after MongoDB posts
From March’s issue of JAX Magazine, DataStax CEO Billy Bosworth discusses Apache Cassandra, MongoDB market share and why NoSQL no longer means ‘no security’.
New release of popular NoSQL database takes aim at commercial market with security and monitoring features.
Cutting-edge meets old school in YouTube with Vitess, which allows MySQL to be run at Google-size scale.