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From Andy Wenk <>
Subject Fwd: NoSQL Weekly - Issue 300
Date Mon, 29 Aug 2016 09:37:55 GMT
and here, we are mentioned also …

All the best


Andy Wenk

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> Subject: NoSQL Weekly - Issue 300
> Date: 25 August 2016 at 17:30:44 GMT+2
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> Welcome to issue 300 of NoSQL Weekly. Let's get straight to the links this week.
> Articles, Tutorials and Talks
> NoSQL Databases: a Survey and Decision Guidance <>
> Today, data is generated and consumed at unprecedented scale. This has lead to novel
approaches for scalable data management subsumed under the term “NoSQL” database systems
to handle the ever-increasing data volume and request loads. However, the heterogeneity and
diversity of the numerous existing systems impede the well-informed selection of a data store
appropriate for a given application context. Therefore, this article gives a top-down overview
of the field: Instead of contrasting the implementation specifics of individual representatives,
we propose a comparative classification model that relates functional and non-functional requirements
to techniques and algorithms employed in NoSQL databases. This NoSQL Toolbox allows us to
derive a simple decision tree to help practitioners and researchers filter potential system
candidates based on central application requirements.
> Exploring the Great Olympian Graph <>
> Based on an original public dataset by the UK newspaper The Guardian, Rik completed the
medallist dataset to contain over 30,000 Olympians between 1896 and 2012. He created a graph
model, loaded the data, and wrote a bunch of example queries that yielded some very interesting
results. In this talk, we’ll take you through this great Olympian graph and take the data
for a spin yourself afterwards.
> Using PencilBlue with MongoDB Atlas <>
> PencilBlue is a Node.js based, open source blogging and Content Management System, targeted
at enterprise grade websites. This post explains why MongoDB Atlas is an ideal choice for
PencilBlue and then goes on to show how to configure PencilBlue to use it.
> Reddit sentiment analysis in SparkR and CouchDB <>
> Setting up a RethinkDB Cluster on Docker Swarm Mode <>
> Just Enough Redis for Logstash <>
> New Cypher Features Inspired by GraphQL [Neo4j 3.1 Preview] <>
> Deep Diving into cassandra-stress (Part 1) <>
> Interesting Projects, Tools and Libraries
> Brooce <>
> Brooce is a language-agnostic job queue with a redis backend. It was written in Go.
> changes-stream <>
> A fault tolerant changes stream for CouchDB.
> python-arango <>
> Python Driver for ArangoDB.
> redis-benchmarks-ui <>
> A Web GUI for benchmarking Redis performance.
> Upcoming Events and Webinars
> Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing and Neo4j - London, United Kingdom <>
> In this talk you will discover how this amount of user activities transformed in a suitable
graph can become a new source of knowledge. A demonstration of how Neo4j and machine learning
algorithms built on top of it can leverage this tremendous amount of hidden valuable real-time
data to gain new insights, offering new application possibilities, from recruitment to social
network analysis and recommendations. The talk will cover topics like data pipelines to Neo4j,
technical challenges, algorithms and application ideas you can build around this kind of platforms.
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