Blog Archives

Exploring NoSQL: Couchbase

In February 2011, Membase, Inc. and CouchOne merged to combine the strengths of their two open-source NoSQL projects, Membase and CouchDB. The joint team released Couchbase 1.8 in January, 2012 as an upgrade to Membase 1.7. Version 2.0 is now

Posted in Couchbase, CouchDB, MongoDB, NoSQL, Uncategorized

MongoDB Aggregation Framework: The SQL of NoSQL

No, it’s not really SQL. Its syntax resembles JSON. It returns a collection of JSON documents. But the Aggregation Framework addresses for MongoDB what many have found lacking in non-relational databases, the capability for ad hoc queries that SQL performs

Posted in MongoDB, NoSQL

Harmonic: A MongoDB Success Story

After writing my last post on MongoDB, I attended a meet-up at the Mozilla office in San Francisco to hear the tale of a real company in the process of migrating from Microsoft SQL Server to MongoDB. The company, Harmonic,

Posted in MongoDB, NoSQL, Workflow

Exploring NoSQL: MongoDB

MongoDB is one of the most popular of open source NoSQL databases. Supported by 10gen and boasting a long list of deployments including Disney, Craigslist, and SAP, MongoDB has a remarkably simple application programming interface (API) and all the tools

Posted in MongoDB, NoSQL