Jim Webber explores the new Causal clustering architecture for Neo4j, how it allows users to read writes straightforwardly, explaining why this is difficult to achieve in distributed systems.
Elliot Chow discusses the data pipeline that they built with Kafka, Spark Streaming, and Cassandra to process Netflix user activities in real time for the Trending Now row.
Akshat Vig and Khawaja Shams discuss DynamoDB Streams and what it takes to build an ordered, highly available, durable, performant, and scalable replicated log stream.
Avi Kivity discusses ScyllaDB, the many necessary design decisions, from the programming language and programming model through low-level details and up to the advanced cache design, and more.
Victor Gamov and Neil Stevenson present using Spring Data for a Hazelcast project, built on the KeyValue module and providing infrastructure components for creating repository abstractions.
Mark Paluch and John Blum present the changes in Spring Data Cassandra and what to expect from the upcoming version.
Christoph Strobl explains Redis' Object Hash Mapping and Secondary Indexes as well as the Spring Data Repository abstraction that lets one seamlessly interact with Redis.
Yao Yue introduces Pelikan, a framework to implement distributed caches such as Memcached and Redis.
Aaron Spiegel reviews common scaling techniques for both relational and NoSQL databases, discussing trade-offs of these techniques and their effect on query flexibility, transactions and consistency.
Ben Lackey and Cornelia Davis start with the use cases for on-demand, dedicated DSE clusters, cover the solution design, and demo the system, touching also the support that Spring has for Cassandra.
Dieter Hubau explains the workings of a Spring Boot Starter project and goes over the necessary code for creating one using his recently developed starter for integrating Spring Social with Redis.
Nuri Halperin discusses the aggregation framework in MongoDB, explaining the pipeline architecture, major operators, and how to put it all together in interesting and effective ways.
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