My name is Adam Fowler, and I’m an author, with my latest work – The State of NoSQL 2016 – having been published in February 2016! I’m also a Principal Sales Engineer working for MarkLogic in the Enterprise NoSQL Database space. Have a look around this site for all that is awesome about NoSQL!
Buy now from Amazon.co.ukAn annual update to the world of NoSQL! Incorporates the latest industry trends, new releases of NoSQL databases and their key improvements, and a quick reference to the pros and cons of each database and their main supplier.
As well as summaries of each database, I cover the main types of database, key jargon/marketing terms and what they really mean, and provide links to a wealth new news and reviews in the NoSQL space!
by Adam Fowler
This was published in Feb 2015. The book covers how to look at the main databases in the NoSQL space – both commercial and open source – and analyse them for your needs.
In particular I talk about Mission-Critical Enterprise class use cases – not science projects or simple implementations. NoSQL is ready for the mainstream with many critical systems now built on the technology. Read this book to find out how you too can deploy NoSQL to finally fix that knotty problem you’ve been putting up with for so long.
I cover 19 products in the book, including: Aerospike, Riak, Redis, Voldemort, Oracle NoSQL, Cassandra, HBase, Accumulo, Hypertable, MongoDB, MarkLogic, Couchbase, Microsoft DocumentDB, OrientDB, ArangoDB, Franz AllegroGraph, Neo4j, SolrCloud and Elasticsearch.
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|Video intro to MarkLogic Workflow
I started an Apache 2 open source project called MarkLogic Workflow in early 2015. This provides a workflow engine built in to MarkLogic that complies with the BPMN2 open standard. Read the posts about this content and human centric workflow engine built with MarkLogic Server!