I might be wrong, but Neo4j guys seem to go back to making a big announcement in December. It is a big announcement as the version says: Neo4j got a new data browser and Cypher, Neo4j’s graph query language,
Last, there’s also a slidedeck about the changes and improvements in Cypher:
Now I’ve had a chance to see live Kyle Kingsbury’s “Partitions for Everyone!” presentation at Cassandra SF meetup. The majority of good presentations can be characterized as highly informative or very entertaining. But “Partitions for Everyone!” is one of those rare ones that is both entertaining and informative.
InfoQ has the video of Kyle Kingsbury’s presentation at strangeloop 2013. Take the 45 minutes to watch it!
Original title and link: Aphyr’s Partitions for Everyone presentation ( ©myNoSQL)
Words from myNoSQL’s long time supporter, Aerospike:
Download the Capacity Planning Kit to determine your database storage capacity and node requirements. The kit includes a step-by-step Capacity Planning Guide and a Planning worksheet.
While I haven’t used this one myself, having a tool for sizing your cluster sounds pretty helpful.
Original title and link: Aerospike Capacity Planning Kit [sponsor] ( ©myNoSQL)
Matthieu Lieber summarizes what he has learned from a talk by Alan Gates. If any of the following questions interests you, head to his post:
- What is Stinger?
- Why build upon Hive rather than build a new system?
- Why is SQL compatibility important?
- What is Tez and how does it related to the Stinger initiative?
- What Tez means for Pig and other tools?
Original title and link: Stinger and Tez: a primer ( ©myNoSQL)