Think of a software system you look at, based on classic, relational databases (SQL Server, Oracle), NHibernate as object-relational mapper (ORM), a business logic model layer on top and a huge number ...
I am somewhat unsure if I want to use document store(noSQL) for the sake of using it or because it could really help in my situation. Here is my problem, I have users, I can think about them as ...
Just a strategic question: I am currently working with frequently changing data schemas and it takes a lot to keep track of versions and specific content. I do, however, have a classic OLTP ...
I am rather comfortable writing concrete schemas with explicit primary keys, foreign keys, indexes, views and stored procedures. For queuing I use a NoSQL solution called: Redis. Recently I heard a ...
I was wondering about specifying id's in CouchDB. For example: House - Rooms -- Kitchen -- Living room -- ... - Windows - Doors There are some documents, like "House", where there is and will only ...
I'm interested in learning about NoSQL databases and I decided to start with document oriented databases. What are some good resources to learn the concepts and good design of this type of database?
Evaluating document-oriented storage, what are the pros and cons of CouchDB vs MongoDB?