Tag: NoSQL

Juku.beats: Cassandra, NoSQL and Datastax Enterprise 3.0 (w/ Jonathan Ellis, CTO of Datastax)

In this Episode I’m with Jonathan Ellis (co-founder and CTO of Datastax) and we talk about: – Datastax – NoSQL and Cassandra – What’s new in Datastax Enterprise v.3.0 Here the the full transcript of the episode: Enrico: Hi everyone and welcome to a new episode of Juku.beats Today, I am here with Jonathon Ellis founder and CEO of Datastax. Hi Jonathan, how are you? Jonathan: I’m doing well. Thanks for having me on the program. Enrico: Thank you for being here with me. Jonathan, the first question is about you and DataStax. I would like you to introduce...

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Video: An introduction to Couchbase

Couchbase is one of those emerging NoSQL DBs that are becoming very popular in the development of web-scale applications. In this video Ian Howells, CMO of Couchbase, introduces the company and talks about the technology and the benefits of Couchbase. It is a short 3 minute video but I think that if you are interested to understand a little bit more about NoSQL and couchbase it is worth a watch. Enjoy! Disclaimer: I was invited to this meeting by Condor Consulting Group and they paid for travel and accommodation, I have not been compensated for my time and am...

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NuoDB is sexy!

The most interesting meeting by far that I attended last week was the one with NuoDB. This Bostonian startup is baking a potentially impressive DB platform aimed to overcome ordinary DB limitations while maintaining traditional ways to access data. The final goal is to obtain, as it’s written underneath their name, “The elastically scalable DB”. This is one of the few companies that are trying to do something radically new in this space and I think that they deserve, at least, a look! What’s the problem? Well, the problem with traditional DBs are many but I’m sure that you...

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