…completely asynchronous, low-latency transaction management protocol, in line with the fully distributed NoSQL architecture."
Warp: Multi-Key Transactions for overview: Stores
transactions has been a longstanding challenge for NoSQL systems. Because these systems are based on a sharded architecture, transactions necessarily require coordination across multiple servers. Past work in this space has relied either on heavyweight protocols such …
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.
Now, there are definitely other NoSQL options for persistent cache out there (, , etc) , but they are outside the scope of this investigation and would require different client libraries and benchmark methodology.
My goal here was to compare a transparent switch (in terms of code) and experiment with the memcache plugin. Even the use ofwould require coding changes (which is why it was also left out of the discussion).
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Flame - Pretty cool graphics for performance analysis. in MiniProfiler
MongoDB 2.4 Released - version of this well-known NoSQL database.
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…log storage (simple consecutive inserts, many different reads), but the ARCHIVE engine (or even a NoSQL solution like MongoDB) might be a better option for your specific use case.
Using merge is very simple; first simply define your first MyISAM tables and create your MERGE table:
CREATE TABLE logs_201209 ( name VARCHAR(50) NOT NULL, server VARCHAR(100) NOT NULL, line TEXT NOT NULL, `date` DATETIME NOT NULL, INDEX (name, server) ) ENGINE = MyISAM;
CREATE TABLE …
…application performance. MongoDB was also released in 2009, so this was really the nexus of NoSQL.
I remember Blaine Cook's talk about using XMPP to make scalable web applications back in 2008. The concept of publish/subscribe has been embodied in many popular technologies since then, and event-based programming in general is pretty fundamental at this point.
I'm aware events is not the only solution. I enjoy my share of Go and Clojure, but the production realtime software …
…standard that may be more of what you're looking for, especially if you're a fan of the NoSQL based technologies. This option is IndexedDB .
So in this series, we're going to look at what IndexedDB is, what its advantages and disadvantages are, and where it would be a good fit for your development needs. In the next installment, we'll finish off with a sample application so you can get a hands on understanding of how it works.
MongoDB Core Concepts
Insert a document
Removing all documents
Updating a document
MongoDB Ruby Driver - mongo
Using the mongo gem
Making a Connection
Getting a List Of Collections
Getting a Collection
Inserting a Document
Updating a Document
MongoHQ the hosted database
Create a database
Accessing the …
…), 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 …