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NoSQL Week in Review 22

It’s that time again for the NoSQL week in review and as always the first section is:

What’s Hot in the NoSQL World

  1. Terrastore 0.5.0: An Interview with Lead Developer Sergio Bossa
  2. Release: Kyoto Cabinet 1.0.0
  3. Presentation: MongoDB Internals
  4. Presentation: Cassandra @ Outbrain
  5. MongoDB CheatSheet

It’s interesting to note that the NoSQL readers are continuing to keep their eyes open to the new solutions in the space. Based on the last post in this section, I’d also suggest Redis cheatsheet and Automating Hadoop/HBase deployments with Puppet. And because I know you liked the Learning NoSQL from Twitter’s Experience, I’d suggest checking Presentations on Hadoop, HBase, PIG and Cascalog from Hadoop Meet-Up which adds quite a few details on working with NoSQL data.

NoSQL Releases

NoSQL Week in Review

Last, but not least have a nice NoSQL week!