PostegreSQL Deserves NoSQL Fan Respect

PostegreSQL is a plain old SQL database, very powerful and very consistent. In some case, project needs an ACID database, but schemaless.. With JSON support, PostegreSQL is a very interesting tool to provide ACID and some very

When to Use a Graph Database

Database models have their own strengths and weaknesses, and as software developers, we need to know which are best suited for each application domain. This session considers use cases where a graph database excels.

Can NoSQL Give Us Speed, Scale & Query?

The NoSQL movement promised availability, redundancy, speed and more but query was always the poor relation. Now, non-relational databases are increasingly attempting to fix the problem of query. This presentation explores the non-relational landscape to understand where

Turning the Database Inside Out with Apache Samza

This talk introduces Apache Samza, a distributed stream processing framework developed at LinkedIn. At first it looks like yet another tool for computing real-time analytics, but really it’s a surreptitious attempt to take the database architecture we

MongoDB and Java8

Java 8 is here and with it a set of new functionality that everyone wants to make use of with the MongoDB NoSQL database. This is a quick talk on how to make use of the features