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Issue 50 — March 6, 2015
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MongoDB
Includes a new flexible storage architecture, security enhancements, a richer query language, performance and efficiency gains, and more.


Gigaom
Designed to make it easier for novices to write SQL queries by giving them access to a visual interface, previews of the data they’re accessing, and the ability to share and reuse queries.


Rackspace   Sponsored
SponsorHub looks at social data to figure out how consumers actually feel about certain teams, athletes, etc. They go beyond “like, dislike, neutral” and drill down into specific emotions. From there, they generate scores that help customers decide whether to hire a certain athlete as a sponsor, Learn more about what SponsorHub is doing with Big Data analytics.

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Sebastian Waisbrot
As SQLite is to a full SQL-based RDBMS, so rlite is to Redis. It’s a self-contained, serverless, zero-configuration, transactional Redis-compatible database engine.


DB Engines
Graph DBMS show an extraordinary momentum and are making their way into enterprises.


Martin Kleppmann
Introduces Apache Samza, a distributed stream processing framework developed at LinkedIn, which the speaker claims can turn the typical database paradigm inside out.


ForerunnerDB
Uses a simple JSON-based query language based on MongoDB’s query language, persistently stores data across page loads, open source, but costs money for commercial use.


Jobs

  • MongoDB Administrator (Austin, TX) ObjectRocket is seeking a Mid-to-Senior level DBA to join our Engineering team to work on our scalable, highly-available MongoDBaaS platform. Anyone can manage a single application - we manage and maintain thousands of production databases supporting billions of operations. You’ll be part of a highly capable and motivated team working on solving the hard problems of scalability, availability, and performance on a global platform. Apply here.
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  • Database Administrator (Blacksburg, VA)Rackspace is seeking a Senior Database Administrator in our Blacksburg, VA office. The Senior DBA will be responsible for maintaining the company’s database systems (currently MS SQL Server) including back-up, performance tuning, capacity planning, monitoring critical events and documentation. Learn More.
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In brief

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