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NoSQL Ecosystem News & Links 2010-03-22

  1. A short version of NoSQL week in review, after losing the original post.
  2. Nicholas J. Radcliffe: ☞ Alice in FluidDB. The power of tagging.
  3. ☞ A graph theory book by David Joyner, Minh Van Nguyen, and Nathann. Helpful for everyone interested in graph databases.
  4. Jeff Darcy: ☞ Riak and Cassandra. It wasn’t long until someone jumped at/corrected Riak’s comparisons with Cassandra, MongoDB and Neo4j. And now there is a comment on the Basho blog: ☞ The Craft Brewers of NoSQL

    I think the market is still too young and small to see real attacks between the players. But once the market will grow in size, we will unfortunately start seeing some of these. Hopefully, myNoSQL readers will know how to make the difference!

    And the conversation ☞ ends with beers!

  5. Till Klampaeckel: ☞ Redis on Ubuntu (9.04)
  6. Daniel Wertheim: ☞ Simple-MongoDB – Support for Regex and custom Id’s.
    Not sure it’s just an impression but there seems to be a lot of activity on the MongoDB and C# space. Luckily, we have this covered for you:
  7. Salvatore Sanfilippo: ☞ Redis weekly update #2 - Real world hashes, refactoring, and fixes