Mittwoch, 24. Februar 2010

Scaling Talk

PyCon 2010 talk: What every developer should know about database",
Jonathan Ellis/ Video

http://pycon.blip.tv/file/3261223/

Cool talk. He might be a twitter guy?!

Open Source NoSQL Databases

A small overview again:

http://java.dzone.com/articles/open-source-nosql-databases

The NoSQL movement is growing, but what is it?

Computerworld UK by Mike Gueltieri

http://www.computerworlduk.com/community/blogs/index.cfm?entryid=2807

High Performance Scalable Datastore Comparison

http://cattell.net/datastores/

(well done Rick and greetings)

Added Versant ODBMS

to Soft NoSQL:

Versant: Languages/Protocol: Java, C#, C++, Python. Schema: language class model (easy changable). Modes: always consistent and eventually consistent Replication: synchronous fault tolerant and peer to peer asynchronous. Concurrency: optimistic and object based locks. Scaling: can add physical nodes on fly for scale out/in and migrate objects between nodes without impact to application code. Misc: MapReduce via parallel SQL like query across logical database groupings

Dienstag, 16. Februar 2010

NoSQL And You - Thoughts On Finding Right Partner In Chrime

NoSQL And You - Thoughts On Finding Right Partner In Chrime

Recommended also by Jan Lennart:

http://www.paperplanes.de/2010/2/15/nosql_and_you_finding_the_right_partner.html

Samstag, 13. Februar 2010

Is NoSQL Finally Going Mainstream?

http://elegantcode.com/2010/02/12/is-nosql-finally-going-mainstream/

New improvements on website

1. I have changed the layout of http://nosql-database.org a little.

2. I made two categories: Core NoSql and Soft NoSQL
(any better idea?)

3. I added an XML section because Mark Logic seemed to have lots of NoSQL features.

Best
SE

Sonntag, 7. Februar 2010

10 most important techs...

Just entered the german equivalent to the InfoWorld Article:

http://www.computerwoche.de/hardware/home-it/1928335/index.html

what is already in the archiv (end of December):

http://www.infoworld.com/d/infoworld/infoworlds-top-10-emerging-enterprise-technologies-378

Computerworld Article

Perhaps good content with a wrong title again...

http://blogs.computerworld.com/15510/the_end_of_sql_and_relational_databases_part_1_of_3

Somehow I get bored of "technology A will replace technology B"...