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Morpheus: A Web Admin for Neo4j

Always good to see this sort of tools coming out:

Morpheus: This is a stand-alone, full feature Neo4j distribution that exposes a Neo4j database over REST together with a web-based administrative interface for said database.

Morpheus: Neo4j web admin

Before starting to use it make sure you check the license though[1]


  1. Neo4j is using an AGPL license and tools connecting directly to it might need to be distributed using the same license.  ()

via: http://github.com/neo4j/webadmin


CouchDB API on Top of W3C WebStorage

Even if not functional yet, this is an extremely interesting idea:

IDBCouch is a complete implementation of the CouchDB storage and views API that supports peer-to-peer replication with other CouchDB instances. It is built on top of IndexedDatabase which is a specification that is still in flux as Mozilla implements the draft for Firefox 4.

IDBCouch project


Cassandra Web Console

Suguru Namura has published a set of screenshot of a web console for Cassandra:




Even if a bit later than others - for example CouchDB has Futon, HBase has ☞ hbaseexplorer, MongoDB has quite a few: mongo3, futon4mongo and phpMoAdmin plus MongoHub, Redis has Redweb — such tools are always welcome!


Serving files out of GridFS

Very interesting results testing serving files using Apache, nginx and GridFS.

Solution Requests/sec % Apache FS % nginx FS % nginx GridFS % Apache Ruby
FS via Apache 2625.37 100% 40.03% 242.22% 4,878.96%
FS via nginx 6559.31 249.84% 100% 605.17% 12,189.76%
GridFS via nginx module 1083.88 41.28% 16.52% 100% 2,014.27%
Rails via Passanger 53.81 2.05% 0.82% 4.96% 100%

via: http://www.coffeepowered.net/2010/02/17/serving-files-out-of-gridfs/