Posts Tagged ‘NoSQL’

DataStax Advanced Security : Eat your vegetables first

I see companies start down their Big Data/NoSQL journey with a Proof of Concept mindset and they almost always end up funding a science project by confusing early wins on established products with progress. Cassandra is ten years old and DataStax has 500 customers in 50 countries. This stuff works; what you need is 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 […]

SQL, NoSQL, and NewSQL

Traditional SQL databases and data warehouses have been around for decades and have been doing really well. However, Big Data NoSQL changed the game with big returns for big investments. Concepts like Edge Analytics have been game changers “uberizing” foundational changes in business models. I recently attended a conference hosted by Snowflake, a data warehouse […]

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. […]

Top 10 EIS Posts of 2015

The Year in Review | Top 10 EIS Posts of 2015

It’s been a busy year in the Enterprise Information Systems space. With over 75 posts this year, our in-house experts found themselves face to face with big changes and an abundance of great information to share. We sifted through that content and present to you the Top 10 EIS posts of 2015.   Ten | […]

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 […]

Cassandra NoSQL Data Modeling Snip-pet

Data modeling in Cassandra is a little tricky and requires a combination of science and art.  Think of the Cassandra column family as a map of a map: an outer map keyed by a row key, and an inner map keyed by a column key. Both maps are sorted. To maximize Cassandra’s capabilities and for long […]

NoSQL NoSecurity – Security issues with NoSQL Database

As More companies’ debate on adopting a Big Data Solution. Some of the discussion that comes across is whether to use Hadoop or Spark, NoSQL database or continue using their current RDBMS. The ultimate question is “is this technology for us?”  NoSQL database are highly scalable, provide better performance, designed to store and process a […]

IBM’s Spark Investment is Evidence Big Data is Dead

  Right after I posted my blog on Spark and Hadoop, I came across this article. IBM made a big announcement that they are putting their weight behind Spark.  They are committing more than 3,500 developers and programmers to help move Spark forward. This combined with significant support from the Big 3 Hadoop distributors (HortonWorks, Cloudera, […]

Azure – NoSQL database DocumentDB now Generally Available

Last week Microsoft released Azure DocumentDB out of beta and made it generally available. As stated by Microsoft: We are pleased to announce that Azure DocumentDB is now generally available. DocumentDB is a fully managed NoSQL document database service that allows applications to query and process JSON data at scale. With general availability, DocumentDB is […]

A little stuffed animal called Hadoop

A little stuffed animal called Hadoop

Doug Cutting – Hadoop creator – is reported to have explained how the name for his Big Data technology came about: “The name my kid gave a stuffed yellow elephant. Short, relatively easy to spell and pronounce, meaningless, and not used elsewhere: those are my naming criteria.” The term, of course, evolved over time and […]

Jaspersoft and MongoDB on Windows Azure

Jaspersoft is an open-source business intelligence suite built on Java. Jaspersoft put together a video of using MongoDb with it’s suite on Windows Azure. MongoDB is a NoSQL based system, which stores data like JSON.  I found an article about this on MS Open Tech’s site. I just wanted to share it here to let […]

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