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MongoDB World 2018 Call For Papers
Articles, Tutorials and Talks
Advanced Design Patterns for Amazon DynamoDB
This talk is intended for those who already have some familiarity with DynamoDB and are interested in applying the design patterns covered in the DynamoDB deep dive session and hands-on labs for DynamoDB. The patterns and data models discussed in this presentation summarize a collection of implementations and best practices leveraged by the Amazon CDO to deliver highly scaleable solutions for a wide variety of business problems. In this talk, we discuss strategies for GSI sharding and index overloading, scaleable graph processing with materialized queries, relational modeling with composite keys, executing transactional workflows on DynamoDB, and much, much more.
What’s New in MongoDB 3.6. Part 2 – Speed to Scale
In this part, we’ll dive into the world of DevOps and distributed systems management, exploring Ops Manager, schema governance, and compression.
What’s New in MongoDB 3.6. Part 3 – Speed to Insight
In part 3, we’ll cover what’s new for developers, data scientists, and business analysts with the new SQL-based Connector for BI, richer in-database analytics and aggregations, and the new recommended driver for R
Poker Analytics using a Graph Database
Rimma Shafikova discusses efficient collusion detection at VGW.
Introducing Heron Streamlets
A new higher-level API for creating Heron topologies.
Surviving Data Loss
Backing up Apache Kafka and Zookeeper to S3.
Enabling Exactly-Once in Kafka Streams
Should you use incremental repair?
Enabling IP Security for MongoDB 3.6 on Ubuntu
Building a strongly consistent Cassandra with better performance
Github Network Science: Creating a Better Project Rating
Configure both MySQL and Neo4J in a Spring Boot / JHipster project
Thorough Introduction to Apache Kafk
Interesting Projects, Tools and Libraries
Boilerplate (seed) project for creating web apps with React.js, Firebase and GraphQL.
A Kubernetes operator for memcached.
Use web sockets to subscribe to CouchDB global changes.
Apache Hadoop 3.0.0 incorporates a number of significant enhancements over the previous major release line (hadoop-2.x). This release is generally available (GA), meaning that it represents a point of API stability and quality that we consider production-ready.
HBase 1.4.0 is the first release in the new HBase 1.4 line. As a minor release, 1.4.0 contains a number of new features and improvements that won't appear in maintenance releases of older code lines. However complete compatibility with data formats and interoperability with older clients is assured. There are no special considerations for upgrade or rollback except as noted in this release announcement.
OrientDB 3.0.0 RC1
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