Deciding to use a managed NoSQL datastore is a great step in ensuring you run a fast, scalable and resilient application without needing to be an expert in highly available architecture. How do you know which technology is the best for your application? How do you know whether the provider's performance claims are true? You are putting your application on someone else's infrastructure and that requires some hard answers about their claims.
deeper dive into Couchbase NoSQL technology, learn where it's headed and build really cool stuff.
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…), most of our core data is stored in PostgreSQL. It's not as sexy as the new NoSQL databases, but PostgreSQL is consistent and incredibly reliable, two properties we value when storing payment information.
We also love the ad-hoc querying that we get from a relational database. For example, if our traffic looks fishy, we can answer questions like "What is the percentage of Visa declines coming from Europe?" without having to pre-compute views or write complex map/reduce …
…Cassandra storage engine is the level of integration between and NoSQL have not seen before
Ospero Ltd have been showcasing their solutions in design development and deployment of solutions in the Cloud. 23 around the world is quite respected number.
Akiban Technologies have been showcasing their table grouping technology allowing to dramatically increase performance of complicated join queries. MySQL users are always hungry for better …
…at, what is, how it works, and how it differs from other NoSQL databases. works remotely for Basho, which has several offices, so and Sean discuss remote workers and remote offices, and the ins and outs of navigating that set up, and how he got paid to work on open source. Finally, they discuss , which most of Riak is written in. These topics, plus much more.
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…Facebook uses MySQL . If you're looking at and NoSQL solutions you will learn how you can build hybrid solutions and use them alongside with . These are just some of the topics covered... check out full sessions list to learn more.
For me though the conferences are not just about attending sessions but about meeting speakers and your peers in hallways to build connections, exchange your war stories and get your specific questions answered. …
Sabre - discussing how they are using NoSQL to reduce mainframe costs
Tencent will be sharing their evaluation process (and results) for choosing a NoSQL solution
Other speakers include Linked In, Tapjoy, TheLadders, and more
There are also training sessions for developers and admins the two days prior to CouchConf for those who want to also get more hands-on experience.
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…to meet their scalability requirements and solves the scale problem better than any of the other NoSQL solutions out there."
It does so by providing four key benefits that the features of the package deliver on. These are:
* Scalability : Designed to scale and handle larger datasets than most other solutions envisage
* Cost Savings : Designed to require less hardware and power consumption, resulting in better output for less input
* Performance : Through less hardware requirements, …
…Riak Handbook : CAP Theorem,'s , NoSQL, , . It is a modern nerd's playground.
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High Scalability is a great round-up of the on-going discussion of highly available and scalable applications.
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…approach: 1) writing to log files which are automatically transferred offsite, 2) an audit trail via a NoSQL database (using a fire-and-forget type of approach; in other words send the insert but keep on moving, a failure to log to the audit trail should alert admins but not slow down or impact the user's use of the application at all).
When to log: as close to the event as possible, to minimize the chance of data loss.
Log Alterability: Think, "if I was a hacker and compromised …