Last week most read posts about NoSQL databases
- CouchDB: Sell it to Your Boss: some good answers to what and why CouchDB, use cases, and a decent dose of buzzwords to help you sell CouchDB to your boss.
- Redis: A Concurrency Benchmark: A very interesting benchmark of Redis behavior with varying client concurrency. This benchmark also uncovered a bug in Redis 2.0.0, which got fixed days later in Redis 2.0.1
- Using Object Database db4o as Storage Provider in Voldemort: Learn what is needed to develop of backend storage for Project Voldemort, using db4o as an example and comparing it with the BDB current implementation.
- Redis Snippet for Storing the Social Graph: a good code snippet showing how Redis can be used to store social graph relationships.
- Why NoSQL does not Impress Me: a couple of good, but also bad points about NoSQL databases and their adoption.
My favorites from last week:
- BigCouch: Java Map-Reduce with CouchDB
- 3 Reasons to Use MongoDB
- NoSQL Databases Bring Stored Procedures Back In Fashion
- CouchDB for Android. iPhone Next?
- Extensive Riak Benchmarking at Mozilla Test Pilot