I have worked recently in Netflix on a project which was hitting one of our Cassandra clusters. (By the way, we use Cassandra here a lot, wherever possible we prefer it to RDBMS, so we got tons of instances running Cassandra.) Part of what my code had to do was to retrieve a set of […]
Posts Tagged: nosql
Of Advertising and Scaling Up
I have attended the other week a very interesting meetup – part of the “Scale Warriors of Silicon Valley” series (which by the way I highly recommend if you’re into that sort of “thing” – and chances are if you’re a developer in the Valley you are! 😉 ) – and as with everything I […]
Couchbase Graph/Stats Problem?
This is just something that we found recently in Cognitive Match and I thought it might help others who use Couchbase as a NoSQL store, and rely on some of their (otherwise awesome!) graphs, as it seems these can be occasionally misleading — though this is probably an edge case. A bit of background: we […]