The Difference Between TokuMX Partitioning and...

Posted on by Zardosht Kasheff

In my last post, I described a new feature in TokuMX 1.5—partitioned collections—that’s aimed at making it easier and faster to work with time series data. Feedback… from that post made me realize that some users may not immediately

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Introducing Partitioned Collections for MongoDB...

Posted on by Zardosht Kasheff

TokuMX 1.5 is around the corner. The big feature will be something we discussed briefly when talking about replication changes in 1.4…: partitioned collections.
Before introducing the feature, I wanted to mention the following. Although TokuMX 1.5 is not

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TokuMX Compared to MongoDB Using a Specific Common...

Posted on by John Schulz

Former AOL chief database architect, now independent database consultant, John Schulz… guest blogs about his experience with basic MongoDB (from MongoDB, Inc.) and TokuMX™.  If you’d like to speak with John about your own big data challenges you can contact

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May 29 Webinar: Get More Out of MongoDB with...

Posted on by Amanda Jordan

MongoDB includes several powerful features like high availability, read scaling, and horizontal scalability in an easy-to-use, schema-free database platform. But, what if you could retain those properties, improve performance, and ensure scalability without specialized tuning just by replacing the storage…

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MongoDB World TokuMX™ Innovation Awards: Call...

Posted on by Dave Rosenlund

If you’re reading this you may be a TokuMX user, or  you’re thinking about using TokuMX. If the latter case applies, I bet you’re already using some form MongoDB today. Either way, you’ve probably heard about the MongoDB Innovation Awards…

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MongoDB World “Scale Up & Slim Down...

Posted on by Dave Rosenlund

Are you attending MongoDB World 2014…?  If so, I’d like to invite you to race ahead of the morning joggers by attending a breakfast meet-up where you’ll be able to discuss your big data challenges with database gurus:

Mark

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Thoughts on Small Datum – Part 3

Posted on by Dave Rosenlund

Background: If you did not read my first blog post about why I am sharing my thoughts on the benchmarks published by Mark Callaghan on Small Datum you may want to skim through it now for a little context: “…

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May 13 Webinar: Build Better Time-Series Apps with...

Posted on by Amanda Jordan

NoSQL time-series applications built with MongoDB frequently need to remove expired or unwanted data. This is especially true in the world of big data. Sub-optimization in this area leads to unnecessary database growth and decreased performance. In addition, the Time…

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Maybe You Should Try Taking a Walk in My Shoes

Posted on by Dave Rosenlund

The title of this post should really be, “Maybe He Should Try Taking a Walk in Your Shoes.”
The he I’m referring to is economist and author, Tim Harford. The you is the people who use NewSQL and NoSQL…

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Thoughts on Small Datum – Part 2

Posted on by Dave Rosenlund

If you did not read my first blog post about Mark Callaghan’s (@markcallaghan) benchmarks as documented in his blog, Small Datum, you may want to skim through it now… for a little context.
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On March 11th, Mark,

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