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What Python Development framework Should I use?

I recently started working as a data science engineer intern and have been given my first task (apologies in advance for my lack of knowledge in this area). We are developing a web application, a Big ...
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Apache Storm, Apache Kafka, Elasticsearch and MongoDB for lambda architecture [closed]

I have a monitoring Java application (Java Swing), with Mysql database, it work perfectly.For more efficient I would like to use NoSQL technology. After a long search I discovered that Apache Storm, ...
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Which db system to choose for quering json log files (around 1 tb of data and 3k-5k log files)

I have around 1.3 tb of log files(json format, pretty much structured or semi structured data), which is a cumulative data of many years and is going to increase nearly at the same pace, so just ...
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Can someone suggest me a NoSQL database which is good for frequent updates?

I have heard that NoSQL databases like Cassandra, Couchbase etc are not good for frequent updates of data. They behave well when the data inserted doesn't change often. My use case is to save/update ...
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MongoDb with Azure

I am exploring options to integrate a No-SQL DB with Azure. We are implementing reactive services and planning to use reactive mongodb. However, I would like to understand, if it's integration with ...
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What's the difference between Shared Preferences (Android) and NoSQL? Why would I choose NoSQL for simple XML storage?

I am storing simple data and my boss is keen on using a key-value pair database to do so. The developer before me chose SnappyDB, which is a NoSQL database similar to Mongo, Couch, and Redis. ...
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SQL/NoSQL Engine for storing scientific data (now represented as CSV files)

I have a lot of CSV files which contain up to 20 columns with float numbers. Right now I am keeping these files in a folder. Every files is related to specific user and specific date. Files usually ...
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Database similar to Cassandra

I need the replication and the shared-nothing partitioning features of Cassandra. I noticed Cassandra does not allow fields in the where clause that are not indexed. I need to store several CSV files ...
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Open-source alternatives to Google Datastore

I want to free my data from lock-in to Google Datastore. But I can't find alternatives that are Schemaless (so I can port my mass of schemaless data) rich query capability) Allow queries against any ...
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NoSQL or RDBMS for user defined columns

We will soon be rewriting an application that will allow the end user to define objects and fields on those objects. I come from an MSSQL background and am familiar with options to handle this use ...
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Reporting with InfluxDB

We use the time series database InfluxDB for recording environmental values (temperature, humidity, ...). The data volume is growing fast. We are looking for a reporting tool that builds metrics (...
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What DB engine should be used for a petabyte database?

Given: The volume of data is expected to run into petabytes over a couple of years. The full set of record types, applications and queries is not known in advance. It is expected that stakeholders ...
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A modern large-scale CMS with primary storage in Solr, Couchbase, MongoDB etc.?

I am looking for a modern Content Management Framework that is build from scratch on something different than SQL databases. I have been operating large sites with millions of nodes on Drupal. A lot ...
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What NoSQL solutions are out there for .NET?

What NoSQL solutions are out there for .NET? (This is a reposting of this question on Stack Overflow, which was closed long ago.) I'd appreciate any up-to-date recommendations, especially for ...
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Actively maintained Object Document Mapper (ODM) for Couchbase (alternative to Ottoman)

I am new to NodeJS and Couchbase and am looking for a reliable Object Document Mapper (ODM) for Couchbase. The most popular one, it seems, is Ottoman but Ottoman's GitHub repository is not being ...
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What database-like technologies can join a table against a large set of query keys from a network stream?

When querying a SQL or noSQL platform with a large query set you typically have to ingest the query data into the platform or break your query down into lots of tiny queries. What technologies exist ...
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Which simple data storage option for large amount of non-relational data

I am looking for a good solution to store and retrieve a large set (lets say a few hundred million or even up to a billion) of data items consisting mostly of strings (but a few numeric fields as well)...
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which database is better for my case? sql? nosql? newsql?

right now i have project which is about gathering information about country wide real estate active dealers and etc. the goal is to create an information system for real estate activists, the data ...
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Scalable RDBMS alternative, NoSQL, NewSQL

I am looking for scalable alternative to traditional DBMS like PostgreSQL or MySQL. In traditional databases I don't have the following features: Auto sharding to ensure linear scalability. ...
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Comparing large datasets (up to 100m)

I am working on a data comparison tool in C#. It takes data from two systems, stores them in a local cache (with a unique primary key, some XML and a record number) and run some checks afterwards. ...
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Which single file, embeddable DBMS exist for Java?

I'd like to use an embedded database management system within my Java app that should store all data in one single portable file. I know already that H2 and SQLite databases seem to fit my needs, ...
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Graph database / client for Python?

I need a graph database usable from Python. The goal is representing email communications like "X contacted Y on Jan 10th who on Jan 20th contacted Z", etc. I loved to see Bulbs: https://github.com/...
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Key Value Store with public HTTP server

I am writing a service which will perform HTTP redirects. E.g. GET /key/0CC175B9C0F1B6A831C399E269772661 HTTP/1.0 response HTTP/1.0 301 Location: http://some-url/92EB5FFEE6AE2FEC3AD71C777531578F ...
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Stand alone no-sql database in java

I am looking for a database client in java. It must have these features- Stand Alone: It means the database runs from a jar file. No additional resource is required. I do not have to connect to any ...
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Which nosql database will allow me sequential access to data?

Which NoSQL flavor of database technology will allow me sequential access to query data? Here is a description of what I mean by sequential access: Imagine there is some data being pumped into the ...
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Store billions of rows with no relation

I'm going to receive a large group of CSV files daily. Additionally I have 1 billion records of data (from those CSV files) but its not a fixed number (1b records daily). They're going to be growing ...
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Which database support scalability and availability?

What database software can do these? Scalability via data partitioning, such as consistent hash. Redundancy for fail over. Both memory cache and disk storage together. Key-value data. Value is ...
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Key-value store with tiered cache

The nodes that will be accessing the data are separated from the server by high latency low speed connections. I would like each node to have an LRU cache using around 250MB of ram and 20GB disk to ...
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Open source SQL database with BASE semantics?

Basically I'm looking for an Open-Source (or free) RDBMS with a SQL-like interface that is highly concurrent. Some features I'm looking for: A rigid schema defined at "compile-time" A production-...
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Free NoSQL database with arbitrary precision number field type and aggregation function

I stumbled upon an issue using MongoDB. I cannot save data with arbitrary precision and use aggregation as I intend it to do. I use price amounts and exchange rate fields. MongoDB (documentation) ...
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Mongodb like system with permissions over sections

I would like to know if there is some sort of web app that works like PHPMyAdmin in the sense that it is basically a web interface for a database, which, in my case, is mongodb. Unlike phpmyadmin ...
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NoSQL Document-oriented in-memory database written in Java

The goals are: Open source Written in Java Available as a Jar file Should not need the installation or configuration of a server or a client Be document-oriented as MongoDB, CouchDB, etc. Work as in-...
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What SQL-on-hadoop will be the best solution for my case?

There are so many open source frameworks that help doing analysis by SQL-like query on distributed system. We are currently looking for good solutions for our case such as Apache Hive, Tajo, Tez, ...
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NoSQL DB which supports hierarchy

I am new to NoSQL DBs, so please forgive my ignorance. I am looking for a distributed object store that would make it easy to implement hierarchical purging. What I mean by that is that conceptually ...
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Client UI for DBreeze

DBreeze is a C# NoSQL embedded database. Is there any easy tool to browse data contained in a DBreeze file? Like SQLiteBrowser for SQLite. Requirement: Runs on Linux Free, ideally open source CLI ...