Cassandra, Couchbase and Spring Data in the Enterprise

Posted by Matthew Adams  on  Jan 01, 2015 Posted by Matthew Adams Follow 0 Followers , Michael Nitschinger Follow 0 Followers  on  Jan 01, 2015

The authors focus on POJO persistence over Cassandra, including automatic Cassandra schema generation and Spring context configuration using both XML and Java.


Connecting Millions of Mobile Devices to the Cloud

Posted by Damien Katz  on  Sep 05, 2012 Posted by Damien Katz Follow 0 Followers  on  Sep 05, 2012

Damien Katz explains how Couchbase Syncpoint provides real time data synchronization capabilities between multiple mobile devices and the cloud.


Erlang, the Language from the Future?

Posted by Damien Katz  on  Aug 28, 2012 5 Posted by Damien Katz Follow 0 Followers  on  Aug 28, 2012 5

Damien Katz explains the benefits and drawbacks of using Erlang, why this language is from the future and why Couchbase has migrated some of the CouchDB’s initial Erlang code to C/C++.


NoSQL Database Technology: A Survey and Comparison of Systems

Posted by James Phillips  on  Aug 06, 2012 1 Posted by James Phillips Follow 0 Followers  on  Aug 06, 2012 1

James Phillips presents the origins of NoSQL, followed by a comparison of various NoSQL solutions and ending with an architect’s view of Couchbase.


Why CouchDB?

Posted by Benjamin Young  on  Jan 06, 2012 1 Posted by Benjamin Young Follow 1 Followers  on  Jan 06, 2012 1

Benjamin Young introduces CouchDB, it’s schema-less data store, REST API, HTTP-based replication, plugins such as R-tree and GeoCouch, ways to scale it out and then scaling down with mobile solutions.


Asynchronous Memcached with a Side of Ketchup and Membase

Posted by Jason Sirota  on  Nov 23, 2011 1 Posted by Jason Sirota Follow 0 Followers  on  Nov 23, 2011 1

Jason Sirota explains with code samples how to combine caching with asynchronous IO using memcached, Membase and Ketchup in order to maximize the throughput of an application.


Membase NoSQL: Clustered by Erlang

Posted by Sean Lynch  on  Sep 12, 2011 Posted by Sean Lynch Follow 0 Followers , Matt Ingenthron Follow 0 Followers  on  Sep 12, 2011

Sean Lynch and Matt Ingenthron introduce Membase, detailing how they added clustering features in Erlang, what they built and what lessons they leaned along the way.

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