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Martynas | Mon, 14 Sep 2015 10:31:41 UTC

What about the graph data model?


_q4r0fe | Fri, 20 Feb 2015 19:18:16 UTC

I just want to let you know that thanks to this article I was able to proposed some enhancements at work and get a data processing job of many hours to run 45% faster. Great article!


Robin vasan | Wed, 10 Dec 2014 16:59:41 UTC

Excellent overview of the changing landscape in database technology. As a venture capital investor I have been pursuing the theme of polyglot persistence and think there are at least 7 different access patterns: SQA/relational, key-value/cache, json/document, columnar/analytical, inverted/search, time-series and graph. We happen to be involved with Couchbase and Influx as well as MapR. Exciting times in the database world!


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