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Entries in MongoDB (83)

Wednesday
May232012

Pentaho and 10gen Collaborate to Integrate MongoDB in Enterprise Architectures

New Partnership Combines Pentaho’s Cutting Edge Data Integration and Visualization Tools
with Leading NoSQL Technology MongoDB

MongoNYC, New York, NY— May 23, 2012 — Pentaho Corporation, delivering the future of business analytics, and 10gen, the company behind MongoDB, today announced a partnership to provide direct integration between Pentaho Business Analytics and MongoDB. As enterprise data architectures continue to evolve, customers are looking to address rapidly changing multi-structured data and take advantage of cloud-like architectures. This alliance brings the data integration, data discovery and visualization capabilities of Pentaho to MongoDB. The native integration between Pentaho and MongoDB helps enterprises take advantage of the flexible, scalable data storage capabilities of MongoDB while ensuring compatibility and interoperability with existing data infrastructure.

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Wednesday
Aug102011

SkillsMatter CFP for 1st Annual NoSQL eXchange this November

Skills Matter is hosting the first annual NoSQL eXchange this November. Jim Webber has kindly agreed to be the Program Lead for this conference, and together we are working on a great day of learning and sharing of skills on NoSQL technologies.

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Wednesday
Aug102011

SkillsMatter and 10gen Announce MongoUK is Back

Skills Matter and 10gen are very pleased to announce the popular MongoUK conference is back -- coming to London on September 19th! MongoUK is a one-day conference dedicated to the open source, non-relational database MongoDB. The program is a work in progress, but will feature both introductory and advanced talks on MongoDB schema design, indexing, administration, replication, sharding... (follow #mongouk for program updates)

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Thursday
Jun022011

Upcoming MongoDB Events - June Edition

Here are some upcoming MongoDB events in June:

VMware Cloud Foundry with MongoDB - Webinar - June 2

Using VMware's Cloud Foundry open platform with MongoDB combines a flexible insfrastructure with a high performance and scalable data store, a crucial formula for developing scalable cloud applications.

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Monday
Apr112011

Augmenting RDBMS with MongoDB for eCommerce

OpenSky has published a very interesting and detail presentation about augmenting a traditional RDBMS like MySQL with MongoDB for eCommerce. What exactly is OpenSky?

OpenSky is a social shopping platform that helps consumers discover and buy great products that fulfill their interests in Food, Style & Beauty, Healthy Living, and Home & Design.

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Friday
Apr082011

MongoDB 1.8.1 Released

A new release of MongoDB is now available. Version 1.8.1 of the popular document database fixes a few issues that were present in the 1.8.0 release. Those still running the 1.8.0 version of the database are being recommended to upgrade.

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Wednesday
Apr062011

MongoDB Health Tips

David Mytton, of Boxed Ice, has posted his slides of his presentation at MongoUK. The purpose of the presentation is was to provide various MongoDB health tips.

Here is a summary of the points that David discusses:

  • Keep everything in memory - memory is faster (duh!)
  • Monitor your disk storage - MongoDB preallocates space
  • db.serverStatus() is your friend when it comes to looking at specifics of a particular server

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Tuesday
Apr052011

GeoIQ releases GeoIQ Connect

GeoIQ announced today at the Data 2.0 conference the availability of GeoIQ Connect.

GeoIQ Connect is the first and only geospatial product that connects to both traditional relational databases like Oracle and mySQL, and multiple NoSQL object stores like HBase and MongoDB for geospatial visualization and analysis.

Here is the list of fully supported databases:

  • Oracle (Spatial & Non-spatial)
  • PostgreSQL

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Tuesday
Apr052011

Mongly Updated With Geospatial Tutorial

Mongly, the interactive MongoDB shell, has added a new Geospatial tutorial. Now folks interested in MongoDB for Geospatial can try it out online and get a feel for what MongoDB can offer.

Check it out at: Mongly Geospatial Tutorial

Tuesday
Apr052011

Upcoming MongoDB Conferences - April Edition

Couple of events for those interested in MongoDB.

Mongo Philly

10Gen is hosting another one day MongoDB conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The day is packed with two tracks from folks at 10Gen as well as actual users of MongoDB. If you are interested in using MongoDB I highly recommend that you attend one of these conferences.

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Tuesday
Mar292011

O'Reilly MySQL Conference & Expo

The O'Reilly MySQL Conference & Expo, returning April 11-14, 2011 to the Hyatt Santa Clara in Santa Clara, California, spreads the latest and best knowledge on MySQL and related technologies to the global open source community.

So why would a site dedicated to NoSQL news and information want to inform you of this conference? Because at this years conference there is a track on NoSQL technologies. The focus will be on how NoSQL can be used in conjunction with MySQL. Here are just a few of the tracks and speakers at the event.

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Tuesday
Mar292011

The Little MongoDB Book

Karl Seguin´╗┐, the creator of mongly.com has created an excellent resource for those interested in using MongoDB. Seguin has created The Little MongoDB Book eBook. Though it only weighs in at 32-pages it's packed with great information.

It's not my fault the chapters are short, MongoDB is just easy to learn

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Monday
Mar282011

MongoDB on EC2 and EBS

Jared Rosoff, previously of Yottaa and now with 10Gen, has posted his slides from a webinar from a couple of days ago. The slides go into great detail on how to run MongoDB on Amazon's EC2 infrastructure.

What you learn from the presentation:

  • What Amazon EC2 instance types to use
  • What system components need to be installed i.e. MongoD, ConfigD, Arbiter

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Wednesday
Mar232011

MySQL's NoSQL Poll

MySQL is currently hosting a poll in which they have asked respondents to answer the following question:

Which open source NoSQL databases are you using?

While there is not enough of responses, currently at 112 at the time of writing, it's still interesting to see the responses. One note about the results is that multiple databases were allowed to be selected. Here are the current results, as of 3/22 at 10:45pm, of some of the various NoSQL databases.

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Wednesday
Mar232011

Building a recommendation engine, foursquare style

FourSquare has a new post on their developer blog where they describe how they built their recommendation engine for the latest FourSquare 3.0 release. Why do we care? Because FourSquare is a known MongoDB user and of course Mongo is part of their engine. How do they use MongoDB?

Querying an initial corpus to rank – We retrieve a set of venues within the radius you specify as candidate recommendations. For performance reasons, we pull back a fixed number of entries (pro tip: this means that the smaller the radius you set, the more venues we look at per unit area, potentially giving you better results). Given these constraints, we need to have a way of querying our venue database for the top N values sorted by some criteria within a specific geocircle. Most databases simply cannot handle this (at our scale),

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