Click to learn more about author Akshay Pore. NoSQL databases have seen increased adoption in the last five years. A growing number of companies have at least one NoSQL database as a part of their enterprise data landscape. In today?s IT environment, where DevOps, SAFe and Agile are being increasingly embraced, utilization of NoSQL database for [?]
MongoDB will add multidocument ACID transactions support to its NoSQL database of the same name. Multidocument ACID transactions support has been the most-requested feature sought for MongoDB, said Seong Park, MongoDB?s vice president of strategy and product marketing.
LiteDB is a fast, simple, zero-configuration, embedded NoSQL database for .Net. It is a good choice for simple applications (web, mobile, or desktop) where you may need one data file per user but don?t need to support many concurrent write operations. This article presents an overview on how we can work with this database using C#.
The Highlighted Content web part is modern SharePoint?s answer to the classic Content Search and Content Query Web Parts. New features will be coming to this web part based on what we learned at Ignite 2017, but there are some great solutions you can build today.
There are a lot of disputes about the prospects of this technology; someone predicts a great future for it. Other analysts are confident that the excitement around this industry will soon fall. But one thing that we know for sure, if you need any help with writing a good essay,... Read more »
One of the most fundamental choices to make when developing an application is whether to use a SQL or NoSQL database to store the data. Conventional SQL (i.e. relational) databases are the product of decades of technology evolution, good practice, and real-world stress testing. They are designed for reliable transactions and ad hoc queries, the staples of line of business applications. But they also come burdened with restrictions?such as rigid schema?that make them less suitable for other kinds of apps.
by Angela Guess According to a recent press release, ?IntelliChief, LLC, a provider of automated document management and workflow enterprise content management (ECM) solutions, announces that IntelliChief ECM?s Microsoft Active Directory synchronization aggregates business system information. The capability to synchronize data from Active Directory user profiles with IntelliChief ECM user profiles, enables User Authentication and [?]
Apache Solr is an open source search engine at heart, but it is much more than that. It is a NoSQL database with transactional support. It is a document database that offers SQL support and executes it in a distributed manner.
Click to learn more about author Ian Rowlands. It?s been a while since I posted. It?s been a busy summer as we?ve been working on launching our latest product. However, I?ve also taken some time to experiment with some of the tools that Citizen Data Scientists (CDS, for short) might be working with, to get more [?]
?The right tool for the right job.? If such wisdom holds true anywhere, it certainly holds true with the choice of database a developer picks for a given application. Document databases, one of the family of data products collectively referred to as ?NoSQL,? are for developers who want to focus on their application rather than the database technology.
In the ever-changing world of software, Microsoft Office has been remarkably consistent. The core set of desktop tools?Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and Outlook?are still here, years after their initial appearances. Some have been here since the days of DOS (Word and Outlook), while others arrived with MacOS (Excel and PowerPoint) and Windows (Access). Although they?ve had upgrades and new user experiences, they still do the same things they always have done.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) in February removed tens of thousands of Animal Welfare Act oversight records from public databases, citing concern for the privacy of individuals named in the documents. Now, animal welfare organizations are suing the agency in two U.S. courts, demanding that the inspection reports, warning letters, and other enforcement documents be restored to public view. The lawsuits, in district courts in San Francisco, California, and Washington, D.C., highlight the tension between the competing demands of privacy and transparency in the internet age. As they proceed, USDA has already restored to view documents on most research facilities that use animals. But the vast majority of inspection reports and enforcement documents for the breeders and dealers that supply research labs remain hidden.
Economists and other social scientists have long studied intergenerational income mobility, but consistent data linking adult incomes of children and their parents at similar ages over many generations have been unavailable, which thwarted attempts to study long-term trends. Chetty et al. 's study in this issue of Science ( 1 ) is therefore a tour de force for producing historically comparable estimates of absolute income mobility?the fraction of individuals in a birth cohort who earn, at age 30, more than their parents did at roughly the same age?over the post?World War II period. Their striking conclusion is that there has been a large decline in the rate of upward mobility across successive U.S. birth cohorts, from 92% of children born in 1940 earning more than their parents to only half of children born in 1984. Although Chetty et al. find that the slowdown in Gross Domestic Product growth has played a role, they conclude that faster economic growth is insufficient to restore mobility to its immediate postwar level in light of increased income inequality?a critical insight for policy and research.