A recent article in eWEEK showcased the NoSQL views of Oracle’s executive vice president for Database Server Technologies, Andy Mendelsohn. As someone who has worked with RDBMS’s (especially Oracle) for a very long time and is now deeply involved with NoSQL, I wanted to provide some perspective and respectful corrections on a few of the comments Mr.
Apache Spark™ is a fast and general engine for large-scale data processing. It runs everywhere—on Hadoop, Mesos, standalone, or in the cloud.
About Author: Christos Kalantzis is a Technologist, Data Enthusiast, Blogger and Geek. He’s interested in big distributed databases and how to extract value from them.
About Author: Stefan started in the classic enterprise world of the past: three layers, RBDMS, ACID, application servers, and word documents describing deployment and operation procedures.
If you’ve read some of the recent coverage on Cassandra Summit 2015, the world’s largest distributed NoSQL conference, and have had a chance to speak to an attendee, you will understand exactly what the excitement is about.