Issue 103 — May 5, 2016
Going Mainstream: Neo4j and The Future of The Graph Database
— The release of the Panama Papers shined a spotlight onto graph databases and Neo4j, one of the most popular graph database systems.
Gorilla: Facebook's Fast In-Memory Time Series Database
— A look at an academic paper digging into a in-memory time series database used by Facebook to rapidly process metrics on the site.
the morning paper
Redis Labs and Samsung Collaborating on In-Memory Boost
— The plan is to accelerate the processing and analysis of large in-memory datasets.
Amazon RDS just got better with enhanced monitoring
— Now you can monitor DB performance plus more than 50 new system-level metrics. See it all with Datadog.
Understanding Distributed Databases
— A look at the concepts and algorithms involved when building distributed data storage systems.
Hadoop Performance Troubleshooting with Stack Tracing, An Introduction
— If I were going to read anything about Hadoop perf tuning, it’d probably be by someone at CERN!
rqlite V3: Globally Replicating SQLite
— rqlite v3.0 can now replicate SQLite on a global scale. This post shows a global rqlite cluster in action.
mongo-query-to-postgres-jsonb: Converts MongoDB Queries to Postgresql Queries for JSONB Fields
— Looking to move directly from Mongo over to Postgres? This project could help by automatically converting your queries from Mongo to using JSONB.
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Apache Kafka Gains Traction Among Enterprise Users
— Appetite for stream processing and real-time data access is driving adoption.
Google’s Cloud Dataflow Stomps On Apache Spark in New Benchmark Tests
Microsoft’s Next Version of SQL Server Will Launch June 1
Cassandra Keeps Climbing The Ranks of The DB-Engines Ranking
A First Peek At The Next MongoDB (3.3.5)
5 Reasons to Review Your Disaster Recovery Plan Now
— Database reliability is a process, not a one-time action. Here are five compelling reasons to review your DR plans now.
Feature Flagging to Mitigate Risk in Database Migration
PostgreSQL Vacuuming: An Introduction for Busy Devs
OK I GIVE UP
Coalesce Down using Correlated Subqueries in SQL
Working with Email Addresses in PostgreSQL
Best Practices for Configuring Optimal MySQL Memory Usage
Why Redis Beats Memcached for Caching
SQL-on-Apache Hadoop: Choosing The Right Tool for The Right Job
— A simple guide to understanding SQL-on-Hadoop choices.
QuestDB: A Disk-Persisted Lightweight NoSQL DB for Clojure
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