clojure.zh - Zürich Clojure User Group Message Board › FREE GOTO Night on NoSQL in Zurich
We would like to invite you to an interesting GOTO Night on behalf of NoSQL Search Roadshow in Zurich. GOTO Nights are free evening community events, driven by involvement from both speakers and participants. Come along and learn something new! We will provide a light meal - all you have to do is show up. Check the details below.
Date: August 22, 2013
Time: 18:00 / 6PM
Address: Technoparkstrasse 1, 8005 Zürich, Schulungsraum Newton 1009, 1. OG
Cost: Free of charge
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"Data Modelling with Graphs" by Stefan Armbruster
Neo4j is a powerful and expressive tool for storing, querying and manipulating data. However modelling data as graphs is quite different from modelling data under with relational databases. In this talk we’ll cover modelling business domains using graphs and show how they can be persisted and queried in the popular open source graph database Neo4j. We'll contrast this approach with the relational model, and discuss the impact on complexity, flexibility and performance. We'll also discuss strategies for deciding how to proceed when a graph allows multiple ways to represent the same concept, and explain the trade-offs involved. Depending on remaining time, we'd like to do hands on modelling for a attendee's suggested use case.
"Distributed Search with Yokozuna" by Joel Jacobson & Matthew Revell
Riak is a solid, highly-available, distributed data store and Solr, a well established search technology. These combined; we introduce Yokozuna.
Yokozuna is an extension of Riak that tightly integrates Riak with Solr. Riak stores the data and Solr indexes it. In this talk we will give a tour of Yokozuna: explaining how it works, discuss some challenges faced, show how it can be used, and perhaps compare it to similar solutions.
NOTE: The number of places is limited - First-come, first-served.
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NoSQL Search Roadshow Team
Edited by Ewa Kucharczyk on Aug 8, 2013 2:30 PM