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Apache Spark Ecosystem Grows Rapidly - Has Hadoop Met Its Match?

Hadoop ecosystem dominates big data landscape, though its strong position appears to change. Apache Spark has drawn attention by professionals around the world. Prominent big data companies like IBM and Cloudera have recently announced their support for Spark. 523 more words


How SQL GROUP BY Should Have Been Designed - Like Neo4j's Implicit GROUP BY

In the recent past, we’ve explained the syntactic implications of the SQL GROUP BY clause. If you haven’t already, you should read our article “ 792 more words


Catch-up with No-SQL experts

Once again an evening with No SQL, another great meet-up in hall of awesomeness, it was interesting and useful like always, and we had chance to meet some experts from MongoDB, DynamoDB and neo4j. 14 more words


@Translink_NI, #Clojure and Neo4J - Part 1 - NI Rail Routes as Nodes

Spreading the Translink Love

First off this isn’t a post about #opendata. I’m going to keep my trap shut about that once and for all. If I start such a conversation off I will cause the usual gasps and responses on Twitter. 1,362 more words

Data And Statistics

Neo4j 2.2 Authentication and adding extra users

Token-based authentication is new in Neo4j 2.2, but how does it work?
The first thing to know is that it is enabled by default in… 554 more words


Attribute-Based Access Control with a graph database

Traditional access control relies on the identity of a user, their role or their group memberships. This can become awkward to manage, particularly when other factors such as time of day, or network location come into play. 519 more words


Exploring a UK Open Government Dataset with Neo4j

In my first job I was working for a company that developed a management information system for UK Police Forces; this system produced the statutory HMIC (Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary) reports and allowed OLAP exploration of the datasets loaded into cubes from the data warehouse tables. 793 more words