NoSQL

How to Deal with CosmosDB

Azure Cosmos DB is Microsoft’s proprietary globally-distributed, multi-model database service “for managing data at planet-scale” launched in May 2017. It builds upon and extends the earlier Azure DocumentDB, which was released in 2014. It is schema-less and generally classified as a NoSQL database.

Get the Most from NoSQL in the Cloud with Azure Cosmos DB

Non-relational databases like MongoDB and Cassandra have achieved mainstream adoption, and a growing minority of software developers appreciate the advantages of NoSQL and polyglot storage models. The rise of public cloud providers like Amazon and Azure brings even more choice in the form of “serverless” NoSQL like DynamoDB and Cosmos DB. But what are the …

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How to Fail with Apache Cassandra

Apache Cassandra is one of the most renowned NoSQL databases. Although it’s often associated with great scalability, improper usage might result in shooting yourself in the foot. This talk presents a set of ideas and guidelines – both for developers and administrators – which will help you to make your Apache Cassandra project an epic …

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The Panama Papers & Graph Databases

In spring 2016 the first press reports regarding the “panama papers” were released. With almost 3TB of raw data this was by far the largest leak of data worldwide. This talk gives some technical insights who the ICIJ (International Consortium Of Investigate Journalists) worked with that amount of data to provide journalist an easy to …

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