NoSQL

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What?

No specific thing, but everything that’s not SQL, relational, DBMS… Why? Most popular excuse is Web scale/performance; RDBMSs don’t scale/perform for the Web, period. I couldn’t care less (tho I wish I did — it’s a rich people’s problem). I believe the relational methodology (eg, migrations) is obsolete. For the Web, of course. ;o)

Theory

  1. Object-relational impedance mismatch; “Nobody reads Knuth anymore”
  2. CAP, BASE, etc
  3. Eventual consistency in REST APIs | Jimmy Bogard’s Blog

Distributed storage

For Web apps, not file systems, I mean.

  1. LiveDB

“Databases”

  1. Mongo
    1. Cloud Computing, Software and System Performance: mongoDB Performance Tuning (Full Presentation from Israel MongoDB User Group)
    2. A Year of MongoDB // Speaker Deck
    3. Mongodb native driver vs mangoose?? | LinkedIn
    4. MongoDB Is Still Broken by Design 5-0 • myNoSQL
  2. Apache CouchDB
  3. Redis Persistence – Redis
    1. Redis persistence demystified
    2. What do you use Redis for? | LinkedIn

Comparisons

  1. Cassandra vs MongoDB vs CouchDB vs Redis vs Riak vs HBase vs Couchbase vs Hypertable vs ElasticSearch vs Accumulo vs VoltDB vs Scalaris comparison :: Software architect Kristof Kovacs

Misc [Mess]

  1. When PR says No but Engineering says Yes :: Hacking, Distributed
  2. dan-eyles/sculejs · GitHub


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