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“Kobayashi Maru” a.k.a.The no-win scenario for Complex Analytics on MongoDB
by Poulomi Damany on January 31st, 2014
MongoDB is great… MongoDB’s horizontal scalability and flexibility in handling changing data structures make it an ideal choice for agile application development. Additionally, the ability to quickly create read-only copies of the data via sharding/replication make it possible to run real-time dashboards for simple operational metrics such as counts…
How to use Standard SQL over JSON with BitYota’s DWS
by Soren Riise on May 9th, 2013
Document­-oriented, NoSQL databases have gained a lot of traction in the past few years, adopted by many companies for agile, scalable application development. Their general­ purpose document­-oriented design make them appropriate for a large number of use cases such as content management systems, mobile apps, gaming, e­commerce, analytics, archiving,…
The War of the Roses – MongoDb Data Structures and Complex Analytics
by Soren Riise on May 8th, 2013
When you created your MongoDB, you created a set of collections which likely made sense for your specific web serving needs. They may have evolved over time, but your data is somewhat settled into what you believe is the current format. Let’s take the example of a blogging site.…
NoSQL Stores – Scale & Performance for Transactions Yes, But For Analytics?
by Soren Riise on May 7th, 2013
In the past few years NoSQL document based stores like MongoDB have made great inroads in new applications for many good reasons. Unlike traditional SQL databases, you don’t have to design your information schemas upfront to the n-th degree of detail. Instead you can rely on schema-less json structures…
About BitYota
by Poulomi Damany on November 7th, 2012
Welcome to the company blog from BitYota, the next gen Data Warehouse-as-a-Service for Big Data Analytics, accessible by anyone, anywhere. We are an expert and well-funded team with 35+ years of cumulative experience in building data platforms from Oracle, Informix, Yahoo!, Veritas, Tibco, etc. Our vision is to make data and analytics accessible to all. We know our vision is audacious and requires a complete rethinking of traditional data warehousing concepts and technologies. We believe we have the team, the tenacity and talent to do this and we are excited to take this journey with you, our customers and partners.