usecase: All content tagged as usecase in NoSQL databases and polyglot persistence
Getting back from two crazy days I’m finding that the big news (at least in the media) is that CouchDB has released an CouchDB SDK for Android. You can read more about how to get it ☞ here.
We already knew that thanks to its friendly protocol and advanced replication features, CouchDB is a solid option when looking for distributed web data, Palm webOS and its db8 usage of CouchDB for replication being a very good example of this CouchDB use case.
CouchDB, Mobile Devices and The Distributed Web Data originally posted on the NoSQL blog: myNoSQL
Manage your logs in the dark and have lasers going and make it look like you’re from space.
An open source syslog system based on a Java server for accepting messages and Ruby on Rails for visualization with MongoDB used as storage. You can get it ☞ here.
Nick Quaranto slides are a great summary of a few Redis use cases:
- API access logger: using Redis sorted sets
- rate limiter: using Redis key expiration
- job queues: based on Redis queue commands and its lack of row locking (note a case study of using Redis-based queues is a web site screenshot service)
- configuration management
- URL shorteners
- live debugging
- counting downloads
- collaborative notepads