This presentation demonstrate how graph databases are the key to providing richer experiences through personalized online interactions and content discovery as developers can generate valuable graph-based recommendations by harnessing the power of a graphdb to store, manage and query the invisible relationships between people, brands, interests and more.
Everyone’s heard of NoSQL and document databases and this talk explores RavenDB and why you might want to use it. But changing your mindset from a relational schema is hard, so we’ll go past the buzzwords and the basics to tell you why RavenDB was the right choice for our application, how we changed to […]
This talk will be a case study discussing the object-oriented considerations in designing a scalable service with Ruby, how the Redis NoSQL database was a good fit for the project, and some of the painful lessons that I learned along the way so that you don’t have to repeat them.
As is the case for many websites and applications, when the size of its users reach a certain point, critical changes to the architecture must be made. This presentation discusses how Lanyrd addressed this problem, when they decided to move from MySQL to PostgreSQL, and from AWS to Softlayer.
This presentation goes over the design considerations, technologies, and tradeoffs of InfluxDB, an open source distributed time series, events, and metrics database. Learn how data is replicated within a cluster, how failover occurs, and the evolution of how his team decided to split data across a cluster of machines.
Learn how using elasticsearch, you can make sense of your data, discover and explore interesting trends in our users’ behavior, create custom dashboards for your users as well as for yourself.