King collects over 10 billion records per day from the many games (where one is the quite famous Candy Crush Saga) available on mobile and desktop, to use as a tool for better understanding of how players interact with our products. This data is a highly valuable asset and allows us to create better games […]
Elasticsearch is an open source distributed data store that’s very good at searching and analyzing data. It can do REST, JSON, HTTP and it has real time. Elasticsearch uses Lucene under the covers to provide the most powerful full text search capabilities available in any open source product. Search comes with multi-language support, a powerful […]
Ian Plosker from Basho is interviewed by Stefan Edlich, author of two NoSQL books. Ian presents Riak, which is a distributed database that blurs the line between key-value and document-store. He also describes Bashos other products, which are all based to some extent on Riak. Anti-entropy is explained, and also why it is only necessary […]
Catchoom is a technology startup founded in 2011 in Barcelona. Our platform provides visual recognition as a service, it’s designed for applications that need to search through a database of images. Catchoom is empowering leading Augmented Reality companies like Layar and Metaio with scalable and fast visual search.
Three NOSQL techniques are presented in this talk: RavenDB, Neo4j and Riak. Each speaker has 10 minutes to show you why and how NOSQL can be used. It is not difficult. It is not frightening. It’s fun. After this session, you know more about which technique you should test and continue with.
This lecture covers the concept of database dependencies and how to create Dependency Diagrams. Dependency Diagrams are a primitive way to create relational database designs.