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October 2010

Heroku | NoSQL, Heroku, and You

by ghis & 1 other (via)
Introduction to the NoSQL world.

Heroku Encourages Polyglot Persistence « myNoSQL

by ghis & 1 other (via)
Examples of use cases for the different NoSQL databases.

Why does Quora use MySQL as the data store rather than NoSQLs such as Cassandra, MongoDB, CouchDB, etc? - Quora

by ghis (via)
Explanation of Quora founder of the benefits of using MySQL over NoSQL solutions.

September 2010

August 2010

MongoDB Aggregation I: Counting and Grouping | Kyle Banker

by ghis & 1 other
Serie of 3 posts on MongoDB aggregation. The group() function is awesomely powerful.

July 2010

June 2010

Why does Quora use MySQL rather than NoSQLs?

by nhoizey
"The primary online data store for an application is the worst place to take a risk with new technology. If you lose your database or there's corruption, it's a disaster that could be impossible to recover from."

May 2010

MVC Music Store / Raven DB : Modèle de données

by ms_michel
Traduction du portage de l'application MVC Music Store sous Raven DB par Oren Eini.

Announcing tempalias.com « gnegg

by ghis (via)
Posts describing the development of tempalias.com, a web service for forwarding email to a temporary alias build with node.js and redis.

PHP & MongoDB Sitting in a Tree: Part 1 | Inside DealTaker

by ghis & 2 others (via)
"Yet another MongoDB and PHP tutorial, say it ain’t so! Well yes, but this tutorial aims to be more complete than the others out there."

TwitterAlikeExample - redis - Project Hosting on Google Code

by ghis
A simple real app exemple coded in PHP with redis as a database.

MongoDB Schema Design

by ghis (via)
Design a DB schema with the non-rel DB MongoDB.

MongoKit Documentation — MongoKit v0.5 documentation

by ghis
The documentation of MongoKit, "a python module that brings structured schema and validation layer on top of the great pymongo driver. It has be written to be simpler and lighter as possible with the KISS and DRY principles in mind."

A fast, fuzzy, full-text index using Redis | PlayNice.ly

by ghis (via)
PlayNice.ly is entirely based on a data-structure server called Redis. Redis is one of several new key-value databases which break away from traditional relational data architecture. It is simple, flexible, and blazingly fast. So why not use the tools we have already?