Tag: MongoDB

  • From Big Data to NoSQL: Part 2 (from ReadWriteWeb)

    ReadWriteWeb’s part 2 of a series of surveys looking at the tools being developed for real-time analytics, data stream processing and Big Data in general. I don’t know what the database of the future will look like, but they’ll call it NoSQL.

  • NoSQL is What? (via Jeremy Zawodny’s blog)

    Great set of comments along with a very good description of advantages of using NoSQL in a web application. There seems to be quite a bit of philosophical differences over whether or not NoSQL needs to be chosen at the earliest stages of ANY project. But Jeremy’s comments more or less prove, you pick the […]