Archive: MongoDB
By Marc Linster, Dec 15, 2015
A recent blog post, MongoDB 3.2: Now Powered by PostgreSQL, contained revelations that MongoDB’s newest release, MongoDB 3.2, leverages Postgres to power its new BI connector, designed to work with SQL-compliant data analysis tools. However unlikely, it appears the biggest name in NoSQL has ...
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By Marc Linster, Feb 03, 2015
Standalone NoSQL database solutions are easy to use, fast to deploy, and make getting an application up and running a piece of cake. That’s the sweet part though. What comes later, however, is a bellyache of solution management challenges, risks to data integrity and a loss of control in the data environment. ...
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By Marc Linster, Jan 30, 2015
Two years ago, my colleague Bruce Momjian wrote that relational databases would adapt to emerging database demands and incorporate the capabilities that emerging standalone NoSQL solutions provided. He has been proven correct with the expanded capabilities in Postgres alone with recent releases ...
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By Ahsan Hadi, Nov 13, 2014
This blog was co-written by Ibrar Ahmed. Postgres provides a powerful feature called Foreign Data Wrappers (FDW), which enables DBAs to use the system as a single integration point to read, analyze and write to data from many remote data stores. Developers working in C can create new FDWs using the hooks exposed by ...
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By Marc Linster, Sep 24, 2014
The newest round of performance comparisons of PostgreSQL and MongoDB produced a near repeat of the results from the first tests that proved PostgreSQL can outperform MongoDB. The advances Postgres has made with JSON and JSONB have transformed Postgres’ ability to support a document database. Creating document database ...
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By Marc Linster, Jul 24, 2014
EnterpriseDB has begun running comparison tests to help Postgres users better assess the NoSQL capabilities of Postgres. The tests compare PostgreSQL (often called Postgres) with MongoDB as recent advances have significantly enhanced Postgres’ capacity to support document databases. We are inviting an open review of ...
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By Jason Davis, Jul 24, 2014
This blog was co-written by Ahsan Hadi and Ibrar Ahmed. Postgres provides a powerful feature called Foreign Data Wrappers (FDW) which enables DBAs to use the system as a single integration point to read, analyze and write to data from many remote data stores.  C developers can create new Foreign Data ...
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By Vibhor Kumar, May 15, 2014
PostgreSQL 9.3  has lot of new improvement like the addition of new operators for JSON data type in postgreSQL, that prompted me to explore its features for NoSQL capabilities. MongoDB is one of NoSQL solutions that have gotten a great deal of attention in the NoSQL market. ...
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By Robert Haas, Apr 16, 2014
Last month, ZDNet published an interview with MongoDB CEO Max Schireson which took the position that the document databases, such as MongoDB, are better-suited to today's applications than traditional relational databases; ...
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By Robert Haas, Mar 31, 2014
Last week, I attended the Linux Storage, Filesystems, and Memory Management summit (LSF/MM) on Monday and Tuesday, and the Linux Collaboration Summit (aka Collab) ...
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