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YAS - 1000x Faster SQL on Hadoop Engine

For this special day, HadoopSphere has allowed media to learn about the fastest ever SQL engine for Hadoop, YAS:

Q: What is the benchmark used here?
A: Hadoop on Cygwin

Original title and link: YAS - 1000x Faster SQL on Hadoop Engine (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.hadoopsphere.com/2013/04/yas-1000x-faster-sql-on-hadoop-engine.html


Wayfair Testing MongoDB's Super-Hyper-Fast Competitor

So when we heard about a new database platform called ‘/dev/null’, we became pretty excited. We can’t post a link, because it’s in a very private beta testing phase, but we can assure you that the stealth-mode startup that’s working on it is supported by a pair of high-class Silicon Valley VCs. The technology is supposed to be too cutting-edge for stodgy Boston, so we felt pretty lucky to be included.

Today’s today.

Original title and link: Wayfair Testing MongoDB’s Super-Hyper-Fast Competitor (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://engineering.wayfair.com/devnull-vs-mongodb-benchmark-bake-off/


Neo Technology Spin-Off: NullDB

Neo Technology PR:

NullDB uses a patent pending null data model that provides performance and scalability never before seen or even considered for Big Data applications. Its ability to retrieve nothing is unmatched by any known database.

Because today’s today.

Original title and link: Neo Technology Spin-Off: NullDB (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.neotechnology.com/2013/04/neo-technologys-announces-new-database-nulldb/


Not Every NoSQL Parody Is Good… This One’s Terrible

You’ve probably seen it … even TechCrunch posted it. But the fact that NoSQL is getting more popular these days and that there was a good and funny video at some point, doesn’t mean that every video trying to be funny mentioning NoSQL is cool. This one is terrible. Maybe I could give it a vote for the effort of making it rhyme. Other than that, it’s definitely not worth your time.

Original title and link: Not Every NoSQL Parody Is Good… This One’s Terrible (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)


Choose Your Database - CRUD

It’s old and doesn’t account for the hundreds of options, but it’s soooo nice:

Choose your database

CRUD = Comics Regarding Unpopular Databases

Original title and link: Choose Your Database - CRUD (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://crudcomic.com/page/10


Coolest Hadoop Cluster?

I don’t know which is the most powerful Hadoop cluster—I’d speculate that Facebook’s, but I’m not sure. What I am sure though is that below it’s the coolest Hadoop cluster I’ve seen:

DIY 6-Node Hadoop Cluster using i3 Machines

Posted by an anonymous user on ServerFault.

Original title and link: Coolest Hadoop Cluster? (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)


"Data Is" or "Data Are"?

Paul M. Davis:

“Data is” or “data are”? It’s the type of sticky linguistic thicket that invites vociferous debate. […] I generally err towards “data are”, if for no other reason than to avoid angry email from data and/or grammar geeks.

Make sure you don’t miss the link to Simon Rogers’s post on Datablog looking into this same topic.

As for myself and this blog, I’ve made the (un)educated decision a while back to go with “data is” (based only on the fact that it sounds better).

Original title and link: "Data Is" or "Data Are"? (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.greenplum.com/blog/topics/big-data-topics/data-is-or-data-are


If We Accept Big Data in Our Servers, We Will Be Saved…

Dilbert’s Pointy-haired boss gets it.

Original title and link: If We Accept Big Data in Our Servers, We Will Be Saved… (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)


Is There Anything You Are For?

Great start for the month from geek & poke:

geek-poke-nosql

Original title and link: Is There Anything You Are For? (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)


The Real No-Sql, the Real Slim Shady

May I have your data please?

May I have your data please?

Will the best NoSQL db please start up?

I repeat will the best nosql solution please start up?

We’re gonna have a split-brain problem here…

By Edward Capriolo to be used together with

Original title and link: The Real No-Sql, the Real Slim Shady (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.edwardcapriolo.com/roller/edwardcapriolo/entry/the_real_slim_shady_c


Data Scientist’s Anthem

Shamir Karkal:

Data Scientist’s anthem - We R Who We R

Andrei Savu

Original title and link: Data Scientist’s Anthem (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)


MoreSQL: No More NoSQL

We at MoreSQL believe in the following axioms:

  1. Universal Applicability: there is no such thing as a problem which cannot be solved with relational databases. It doesn’t matter what you’re storing or how you need to use it. Tabular structures (which may or may not be linked via foreign keys) are the only way to go. End of discussion.

  2. Ends Justify Means: as corollary to axiom 1, we will do whatever it takes to make SQL work for us. Views, stored procedures, cross-database calls: you name it, we’ll do it. Oh and by the way, using ORMs does not mean that you’re trying to shove a round peg into a square hole. They are beautiful and enchanting, OK?

  3. Scale, shmale: relational databases can scale well enough. I mean, Facebook is running on MySQL, for crying out loud! Are you better than Facebook and its 10 trillion active users? I didn’t think so.

I’ve already tattooed myself with MoreSQL and I’m distributing printed leaflets with the axioms in all major squares in town.

Original title and link: MoreSQL: No More NoSQL (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://tatiyants.com/nosql-no-more-lets-double-down-with-moresql/