Posts Tagged: "NoSQL"

SQL versus noSQL (Speed)

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SQL is the abbreviation to Structured Query Language. It is a language widely used to create and manage DataBase Management Systems or DBMS. The use of SQL is a sequel to the relational model databases...

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What is Replica Set in MongoDB

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In typical database environment we need to have back up of our database because if we don’t have if in any case our database goes down it will be disaster and typically we have our...

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Let’s talk about NoSQL in the cloud and how many companies have their own flavor of NoSQL database, there is no doubt about that NoSQL and cloud co-existed for long time like if you think about scalability of the web that is happening around the “world wide web” it’s all mostly because of NoSQL and...

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So let’s crack up this mystery that if there is No SQL in a database then how we can run our queries where there is no SQL, to understand how our queries works in NoSQL database I’m going to introduce to you a method that can make you understand this in very basic level broken...

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It’s normal to run your database in auto mood that when you start your computer MongoDB should run as service in background without even initiating any command line for that, in windows machine which I will be showing you the steps we can do it by installing MongoDB as service but in linux environment we...

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MongoDB is an open source database and you can find the location at mongodb.org where you can find all distribution for your desired platform including 32 and 64 bit operating system even though it’s available for both platform 32 and 64 but MongoDB recommends to use 64 in production environment as some of the features...

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Hive is component that sets in top of Hadoop, which give us ability to run SQL query in top of Hadoop and this comes virtually with all Hadoop distribution that works with MapReduce and translate our query into MapReduce job as not everyone are able to write their own MapReduce code to talk with Hadoop...

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