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NoSQL Ecosystem News 2010-03-09

  1. A Redis monitor for ZenPack (Open Source Network Monitoring and Systems Management)
  2. Just a quick reminder that today there will be an ad-hoc NoSQL & beers meetup at Bag O’Nails at 7pm. ☞ See the place on the map.
  3. Found this amazing poster on ☞ DarkGreyIndustries blog and I was wondering if we could try to plot each NoSQL project on it. What do you think?

NoSQL Ecosystem News 2010-03-08

  1. There will be an ad-hoc NoSQL & beers meetup at Bag O’Nails at 7pm. ☞ See the place on the map. It would be nice if you could drop me a note if planning to join us, but you can just show up there!
  2. I am in London this whole week and even if I have a crazy agenda I’d love to get a chance to meet myNoSQL readers and NoSQL users for a NoSQL chat and beer. Ping me!
  3. Redis 1.2.4 is out . It fixes an issue with replication for dump files larger than 2GB.

NoSQL Ecosystem News 2010-03-04

  1. Would you like to play with a tapir on your couch? If yes, then you have TapirWiki, a basic wiki built on CouchDB
  2. I almost always fall for these geeky things: Tokyo Cabinet API for Clojure

NoSQL Ecosystem News 2010-03-02

  1. Redis 1.2.3 is out: fixes large file support for 32 bit targets and a few more things
  2. The HBase Digest for February 2010 was published
  3. CouchDB stats from BBC :

    Vaguely interesting KV/#couchdb stat from the BBC - 3.3 billion requests handled since last summer, running at about 150-170 million per day

  4. Performance improvements for GridFS API in the new version of MongoDB Ruby driver

NoSQL Ecosystem News 2010-02-25

  1. Happy birthday Redis! (via ☞ @antirez)

    Redis is 1 year old! A shame it was not possible to publish 2.0 stable for today, but too much work to do still ;)

NoSQL Ecosystem News 2010-02-22

  1. Friday is party time CouchDB style: “Bay area friends of CouchDB: We invite you to the @couchio office warming party this Friday”
  2. It’s official: Cassandra is now a top Apache project
  3. New video from NoSQL@FOSDEM: George James: GT.M and OpenStreetMap
  4. From PyCon: chooses Python, TurboGears and MongoDB to Redesign their Web Site. Slides ☞ here (PDF)
  5. New video from NoSQL@FOSDEM: Rob Tweed: MDB and MDBX: Open Source SimpleDB Projects based on GTM
  6. Just heard about VertexDB: a graph database on top of Tokyo Cabinet with HTTP/JSON support. I’d love to hear if anyone is using it.

NoSQL Ecosystem News 2010-02-19

  1. A set of scripts for setting up a Cassandra cluster on Amazon EC2 
  2. CouchDB might get support for Virtual Hosts .
  3. An interview with Peter Neubauer from and about Neo4j . You’ll get a chance to hear about Neo4j’s long history, what Neo4j 1.0 really means, Neo4j license (around min 11), tools (around min 23) and quite a few other things.
  4. I Just mentioned Grails NoSQL plugins and I’m already seeing some of them becoming more active. Grails HBase plugin has just been updated

NoSQL Ecosystem News 2010-02-17

  1. Redis releases an important bug fix version: 1.2.2 
  2. After Ubuntu, Riak gets an installation guide for OS X . I’m wondering if Homebrew woudn’t be easier.
  3. New presentation from NoSQL@FOSDEM: Benoit Chesneau: CouchDB, a database designed for the web and more
  4. PyCon Live Stream based on Redis, Django, Twisted and Orbited . Is the source code available?

NoSQL Ecosystem News 2010-02-16

  1. Neo4j finally 1.0. I’ve heard rumors of people wearing suites in the Neo offices for this release . We will cover this major release in the upcoming days.
  2. New presentation from NoSQL@FOSDEM: Eric Evans: The Cassandra distributed database
  3. A quick guide to installing Riak on Ubuntu 9.10 
  4. The Drawn-to-Scale Platform was announced. I’d like to see some docs on how to use the platform to better understand it

NoSQL Ecosystem News 2010-02-15

  1. Griffon, a Grails like application framework for developing desktop applications in Groovy, gets support for both CouchDB and Neo4j and
  2. A Redis presentation at SFMySqlMeetup (note: I couldn’t post it here as the quality is pretty bad)
  3. Creating an unified ecosystem for the world of graphs and related projects and products seems like a challenge, but signs are this initiative is seeing some traction
  4. Lift, the Scala web framework, is getting more NoSQL friendly by integrating CouchDB
  5. Yet another interview with Mike Dirolf about MongoDB. This time on The TWiT Netcast Network with Leo Laporte and Randal Schwartz

NoSQL Ecosystem News 2010-02-12

  1. FOSDEM NoSQL event videos are rolling out. Make sure you are checking them!
  2. Google App Engine finally removes the 1000 results per query limit.
  3. I confess I didn’t know MonetDB is still active and pushing out new (patch) releases

NoSQL Ecosystem News 2010-02-11

  1. A presentation about Redis and Resque (a background processing framework)
  2. Riak gets a new Ruby client: ripple and generates a lot of buzz about it
  3. AltDB instead of NoSQL? Not so bad IMO
  4. The Neo4j database has no built in support for spatial data, but it looks like it is coming:
  5. The preferred MongoDB C# library mongodb-csharp is introducing a fluent interface to map/reduce
  6. Nothing fancy, but fair observations:

    For a customer we have developed log analytics software. It’s currently uses MYSQL as the database backend. The system reads in a hourly log file, and calculates all kinds of fancy statistics. I wanted to see how the system would work if I used MongoDB, a schema-less document DB, instead of MYSQL.

    ☞ MongoDB first impressions