Monthly Archives: March 2010

Quick Cassandra Notes Part 1

Trying to use the Ruby bindings to do benchmarking, so far things are going rather slow compared to other benchmarks in Python. This could be the size of the data I am testing with as well. Still looking into things … Continue reading

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More Debate, More Flame, More Choosing the correct tool for the job

You have to love all the debating going on over NOSQL -vs- SQL don’t you? With my UC session on choosing the right data storage tools ( does this sound better then SQL-vs-NoSQL?) I have been trying to stay current … Continue reading

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New Benchmark I am working on that tests MYSQL -vs- NOSQL

I am giving a talk in a couple of weeks at the 2010 MySQL User Conference that will touch on use cases for NOSQL tools -vs- More relational tools, the talk is entitled “Choosing the Right Tools for the Job, … Continue reading

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A few key Tokyo Cabinet Notes

I wanted to publish a few interesting gotcha’s , facts, and settings people who use or want to use Tokyo Cabinet/Tyrant should know. A quick overview, Tokyo Tyrant is the network daemon that sits ontop of Tokyo Cabinet. This means … Continue reading

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