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Difference between Servlet and JSP | Database Diary

Difference between Servlet and JSP | Database Diary | Database | Scoop.it
As a newbie programming with java web application you will face this dilemma identifying difference between these two technology of Java that experience programmer talk about or you read it in books, so let’s get started I’m going briefly over what...
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Key difference between PIG Latin and SQL | Database Diary

Key difference between PIG Latin and SQL | Database Diary | Database | Scoop.it
To define PIG we can only say that pig is nothing but “High-level data flow scripting language” what I mean by high-level is that PIG will take care of all those low level programming that you need to write when using MapReduce to run your jobs in...
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What is NuoDB also known as NewSQL? | Database Diary

What is NuoDB also known as NewSQL? | Database Diary | Database | Scoop.it
NuoDB is different kind of database, which is almost like traditional relation database but unlike other database, which take approach of shared-disk or shared-nothing architectures, NuoDB is new distributed, peer-to-peer asynchronous approach.
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When to use NoSQL or RDBMS Databases? | Database Diary

When to use NoSQL or RDBMS Databases? | Database Diary | Database | Scoop.it
Out of other Document Oriented Database (NoSQL) I have used I have come to a conclusion that MongoDB is the closest replacement to RDBMS I have ever seen, and this is also true as it’s not perfect for all kinds of apps and software you develop but...
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What is collection in NoSQL databases? Specifically in MongoDB | Database Diary

What is collection in NoSQL databases? Specifically in MongoDB | Database Diary | Database | Scoop.it
In NoSQL databases world there is no tables instead you store your data in collections which is similar to normal relation database table they are not really a table in structure but if you compare it with relation database you can do so with tables,...
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How Massively Parallel Processing databases works? | Database Diary

How Massively Parallel Processing databases works? | Database Diary | Database | Scoop.it
MPP in a nutshell is a distributed processing architecture in data warehouse world what it means is that a cluster of servers work together as single machine to distribute the work load between data nodes thus it speed up processing queries in the...
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Types of Indexes in MongoDB | Database Diary

Types of Indexes in MongoDB | Database Diary | Database | Scoop.it
When we create index on table field what actually does is create meta data on that field of a table and point it to original field along with that it sort the meta data that is just created for that particular field this way when we run query on...
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Scheme Design Approach in MongoDB | Database Diary

Scheme Design Approach in MongoDB | Database Diary | Database | Scoop.it
If you came from the world of relation database then you certainly know that the best way to keep your data and design your scheme is to keep them in third normal form 3NF, you can keep your MongoDB also in the third normal form but in Mongo the best...
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What is Row and column store? specifically in SAP HANA | Database Diary

What is Row and column store? specifically in SAP HANA | Database Diary | Database | Scoop.it
In order for you to understand how column and row store works in SAP HANA we need to know what Column and Row store is?
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What is DocumentID in MongoDB? | Database Diary

What is DocumentID in MongoDB? | Database Diary | Database | Scoop.it
In MongoDB you must have ID for each collection you create and the data type that you can store in the ID field is limited only to arrays in other word you can use all kinds of data type including timestamp, integer, string and etc.
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