Posts Tagged ‘MongoDb’

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AEM as a Cloud Service Followup: Insights from Cedric Huesler

Yesterday, Cedric Huesler, the Director of Product Management at Adobe started a Twitter thread on AEM as a Cloud Service. I have a number of burning questions about AEM as a Cloud Service, so I figured I’d take Cedric up on the offer to ask anything. Cedric graciously replied, hopefully, you find these replies helpful as we all learn more […]

MongoDB 4.0 will Support Multiple Document Transactions

In the middle of February 2018 during the Chinese spring festival holiday, we received the following news from the MongoDB community: “MongoDB 4.0 will add support for multi-document transactions, making it the only database to combine the speed, flexibility, and power of the document model with ACID guarantees.” We know that ACID is a very […]

Performing a Functional Test for ETL from MySQL to MongoDB

MySQL has been a very popular DBMS and was chosen for many application systems since it is open source and easy to use. In NoSQL, MongoDB is becoming popular and is being applied in application development and the big data analytics field. In one of my colleague’s blog posts, he discusses that we built an […]

Building a Near Real-Time Dashboard with Big Data Platforms

At the start of the year, we launched an internal effort to build an internal dashboard for employees, to provide a full view of employee personas, performance, the growth of employee skills, machine log monitoring etc. Especially for the machine log, the server produces 1 terabyte of information every week, on which we were able to […]

Visualizing MongoDB Data with Pentaho

Business Integration (BI) combines two parts: one is to build a data warehouse, the other is to build a visual report for the end user and stakeholder to help make business decisions. Traditionally, in BI we mostly use a relational database (RDBMS) like Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, IBM DB2, My SQL and so on. For a […]

NoSQL – CouchDB vs Couchbase

It has been a trend to employ NoSQL database in the modern application system development for either local or cloud platforms. We know that NoSQL stands for “Not the SQL relational database”, but more accurately, it is “Not only the SQL relational database.” NoSQL database can handle structured datasets well in the traditional way, but […]

Using Azure DocumentDB with Sitecore xDB

DocumentDB is a NoSQL JSON database by Microsoft that is provided as a service in Azure. Due to its cloud service architecture, this allows developers and clients to read and write to the service using the DocumentDB API and have a globally scalable and lightning fast data repository. This provides a consumption-based NoSQL database and […]

Oracle BICS for Salesforce, RightNow, Amazon, IBM & Big Data

Earlier this week, Oracle upgraded its BI Cloud Service platform as well as DataSync (now version 2.2) for cloud integrations. With those 2 upgrades come great benefits if you have any of the following and looking to do consolidated business analytics from multiple source systems and allow for cross-functional insights: Salesforce: There is no need […]

Most Common NoSQL Databases

Key-value pair NoSQL databases Most basic type of NoSQL database Two main concepts are Keys and Values Keys are nothing but identifiers through which you can refer values Values are values corresponding to a key Values can be like string, blob, image etc. Some database support buckets to provide separate placeholder to logically separate data. […]

MongoDB – The Install

With the latest versions of Sitecore, MongoDB has become a requirement for the analytical experience. Different versions of MongoDb are only compatible with certain versions of Sitecore. I’ve found this information from Sitecore that outlines the versions of MongoDb that are compatible with the versions of Sitecore. Below is the compatibility chart presented in the previous […]

Time Well Spent in 2015

The end of 2015 is fast approaching, with December looming just a week away. For most people, December is packed with the hustle and bustle of last-minute gift shopping, or end-of-year projections and budgets for 2016. Often in the sway of all this activity, many are so focused on the approaching New Year that they […]

SUGCON 2015 – Knowledge Sharing Among Sitecore Aficionados

The Sitecore User Group Conference 2015 was a great event organized by the community for the community. In addition to everything I learn, Sitecore events also give me a chance to catch up with colleagues (present – former – future), vendors and friends, and I always leave with renewed vigor and focus. Below are a couple of quick takeaways […]

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