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A green paper is a document designed to stimulate discussion around a new idea. These greenpapers from the Manning Free Content Center touch on four technologies currently stirring up vigorous water cooler conversation. Read on.
by Jonas Partner and Aleksa Vukotic, authors of Neo4j in Action
A graph database expresses relationships among data using the concept of edges and vertices--points and surfaces that represent connections. Graph databases like Neo4j are increasingly popular because social data closely aligns to the graph model. To fully appreciate the potential of the graph database, consider a simple social model expressed as a graph... [Read the green paper]
by Josiah L. Carlson, author of Redis in Action
Redis is a very fast non-relational database that stores key mapping to five different types of values, can be persisted to disk, uses replication to scale read performance, and supports client-side sharding to scale write performance. Sounds impressive, but what does it mean for you... [Read the green paper]
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