Category Archives: Databases

Using saved job templates speeds up development on Beanstalkd

With release v1.4 of beanstalk-console, we have now the ability to save job templates. ability to save jobs as templates/samples for later use manage saved templates add/edit/delete templates ability to reuse a template and kick to tubes added version checking … Continue reading

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Delete bucket added to riak-admin interface

Available actions: create a bucket delete a bucket (with all keys in it, via streaming to avoid lock) view buckets keys (via streaming to avoid costly Riak::getKeys) view a key modify a key delete a key add a new key … Continue reading

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Indexing by Multikeying Documents in MongoDB

One of the best parts about MongoDB is its entirely schemaless nature. We can store any kind of data we’d like without having to worry about where that data comes from or how it should be laid out. However, it’s … Continue reading

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MemSQL: Use SQL to Query JSON

According to this, the next version of MemSQL will support JSON as a data type, similar toPostgreSQL JSON type, but with a slightly—really, just slightly—better syntax and function names: By supporting the JSON datatype within a high performance database, MemSQL enables … Continue reading

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Comparison Analysis: Amazon CloudSearch vs Apache Solr

Search module plays an integral role in today’s websites and online applications. It is an entry point for many online business transactions and the user experience of these services are very critical. Search feature has the power to make or … Continue reading

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