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NoSQL Databases - What's Innovative?

This page shows up to 100 pieces of content which have been tagged Innovative (newest at the top):

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NoHow is the antidote to NoSQL

Declarative languages are becoming more and more prevalent for NoSQL
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“Big Data” announcements

Companies are already making announcements ahead of next week's Strata conference.
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Cray and Hadoop: not (at first sight) an obvious partnership

Cray has announced a pre-built but open (i.e. not quite an appliance) Hadoop implementation. It raise questions about what Hadoop means.
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Is Hadoop developing too fast for its own good?

Spark is the next big thing for Hadoop but is it too much too soon?
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Aerospike

Aerospike is an in-memory, transaction oriented, NoSQL database.
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Tokutek and MongoDB

Tokutek has released an Enterprise Edition of its MongoDB product
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IBM boo-boo on big data

IBM announces a raft of big data enhancements and products but forgets to mention DB2!
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Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends

Will appliances take over the Hadoop marketplace and, if so, what will be the fallout?
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If I haven’t heard of it it’s probably NoSQL!

It's all too easy to think that all noSQL vendors fall into the same camp. MarkLogic is a notable exception.
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HPCC: a Hadoop competitor or a data warehouse in its own right?

HPCC from Lexis Nexis looks like a better alternative to Hadoop
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Another choice for Hadoop

RainStor has just announced support for Hadoop, whereby you can use RainStor partitions within HDFS. This brings a number of advantages.
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Governance and Hadoop - Informatica has just released HParser

There is a lack of governance around big data: Informatica is the first company (it won't be the last) to introduce a product to address this issue
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NoSQL and NewSQL

NewSQL databases have new architectures but are designed specifically for OLTP, supporting SQL
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Hive, DataRush and Hadoop

Hive and Hadoop both have poor performance - Pervasive SOftware, with its DataRush technology, is doing something about that
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