Topic: nosql

MarkLogic comes to developers

MarkLogic 6 brings RESTful access, JSON support and other developer-friendly support … continue reading

SQL is still more popular than NoSQL

But the true answer to the database access question seems to be “a little from column A, a little from column B” … continue reading

Oracle says ‘yes’ to NoSQL

The company’s entry into this maturing market validates the Big Data management and storage movement … continue reading

Top five cool things from Oracle OpenWorld/JavaOne

From Hadoop-based analytics machines to closures for Java, this mega conference was packed with development goodies … continue reading

Membase plops down on CouchDB

Two companies merge to form Couchbase, with a new product coming this summer … continue reading

DataStax debuts management console for Cassandra

DataStax OpsCenter for Apache Cassandra promises simpler controls for the Apache-backed NoSQL database … continue reading

Year in Review: Open source

Apache, Hadoop, Linux and, of course, Oracle all made news this year … continue reading

Northscale renames, releases NoSQL database

Now called Membase, the company released the first public version of its NoSQL, targeted at consistency and partions … continue reading

Updated Redis NoSQL can store hashes, save datasets

More than just a key-value store, version 2.0 of Redis pushes it as a jack-of-all-trades NoSQL … continue reading

CouchDB brings peer-based data replication

This NoSQL database is now production ready for developers who want to spread data out without fear of corruption … continue reading

Just say NoSQL

The burgeoning movement wants to promote its ability to complement SQL, not to replace it … continue reading Protection Status