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Bloor IM Blog - Blog Archive for May (2012)

There were 8 blog postings during May (2012):


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Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 3rd May '12
Over the years SAS has worked with many data warehousing vendors. In particular, in the recent past it has collaborated with a number of database vendors to support in-database analytics. However, as far as I am aware the recent announcement of the...
 
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 3rd May '12
This is the first of five articles on graph databases. In this one I will discuss the technology in a general sense and consider why they are potentially the next big thing. In the second article I will consider the similarities and differences...
 
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 4th May '12
This is the second of five articles on graph databases and in this article I am going to talk more about graph databases in general and how they differ from other approaches. In particular, to date, most of the emphasis within the big data story has...
 
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 11th May '12
This is the third in my series of articles about graph databases and here I am going to highlight Neo4j from Neo Technologies but first a further discussion on the use of graph databases versus (other) NoSQL approaches. A graph database has a...
 
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 11th May '12
When you are developing or testing software that will exist within a service oriented architecture (SOA) you may have issues with the stability or availability of the services that you need to consume. This may be because these are under development...
 
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 11th May '12
This is the fourth of my series of articles about graph databases. Now I want to discuss uRiKA from YarcData, which is a spin-off from Cray (Yarc is Cray spelled backwards). As far as I know uRiKA is unique within the graph database space, primarily...
 
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 14th May '12
In-memory is becoming increasingly popular within the data warehousing community. The cynic in me expects that traditional caching technology will soon be re-branded by marketing as in-memory, which, of course, it is, but that's not what people are...
 
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 14th May '12
This is the last in a series of five articles about graph databases. I have previously described what they are, how they relate to NoSQL databases such as Hadoop, and what they are used for. I have specifically highlighted Neo4j and uRiKA, where the...

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