NoSQL databases have been around for several years now and have become a choice of data storage for managing semi-structured and unstructured data. These databases offer lot of advantages in terms of linear scalability and better performance for both data writes and reads. InfoQ spoke with four panelists to get different perspectives on the current state of NoSQL databases.
Neo Technology, the company behind the graph NoSQL database Neo4j, recently released version 2.3 of the database. They also announced openCypher initiative to help with creating a standard graph query language. InfoQ spoke with Philip Rathle, VP of Products at Neo Technology, about the new features in the latest release of Neo4j and openCypher announcement.
In this article on Graph Databases, author Ian Robinson discusses the problems Graph DBs aim to solve. He also talks about the data, storage, and query models for managing variably structured, densely connected data.
NoSQL databases have been getting lot of attention lately but NoSQL data security is not given much emphasis. This article focuses on the security considerations in accessing NoSQL databases. 2