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Meet ArrangeDB

ArangoDB is a multi-purpose open-source database with a flexible data model for documents, graphs and key-values. You can easily build high performance applications using a convenient SQL-like query language or JavaScript extensions. The database server arangod stores all documents and...

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What Services Do You Need?

We as Big Data Watcher just launched the Service section.You can fill out that form and request your specific services. Our services includes consulting, organizing workshops and conference for you and your company.You can...

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Cloudera and MongoDB: ‘We’re better together’

Two of the biggest players in big data – Cloudera, a name-brand Hadoop vendor, and MongoDB, creator of the leading NoSQL database product — have decided it’s better to work together. Billed in a press release...

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Oracle Launches NoSQL Database 3.0

Oracle NoSQL Database 3.0 has been released by Oracle, adding improvements to enable the security, usability, and performance required for enterprise development and IT needs. Available in two versions, the Oracle NoSQL Database 3.0 Enterprise...

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Business Insider: Powered by MongoDB

Sometimes I’m asked what platform we’re running the Business Insider on. Well, we’re using LAMP, of course: Linux, Apache, Mongo, PHP. After I get past defending our choice of PHP to the haters (you know who you are!),...

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Pig Cheat Sheet

Apache Pig is a platform for analyzing large data sets that consists of a high-level language for expressing data analysis programs, coupled with infrastructure for evaluating these programs. The salient property of Pig programs is...

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IBM buys NoSQL cloud database startup Cloudant

IBM is at it again in the cloud computing space, this time acquiring Boston-based cloud database startup Cloudant. The company, which runs a distributed cloud document store based on the Apache CouchDB technology, was founded...

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Viber Replaces MongoDB with Couchbase

Amir Ish-Shalom, System Architect at Viber, needed to support an application that had billions of messages and talking minutes per month. Realizing MongoDB couldn’t scale, his team at Viber re-architected their backend and chose...

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Why NoSQL?

Relational database technology is a proven solution for transactional systems with thousands of users—but can it scale out to support web-based applications with millions of users? Find out why NoSQL is the database platform...