Posts tagged hyperdex

The biggest data breach of the year. Of course, it involves Mongo.
A neat little application, built on Weaver and HyperDex, that allows people to visualize the graph of co-authorship in computer science research papers. Find out how connected you are to Turing.
HyperDex 1.7.0 release, with a new coordinator
A basic tutorial on how to get started with building web applications using Flask and HyperDex.
HyperDex now does Mongo better and faster than MongoDB.
HyperDex 1.6.0 release, with MongoDB compatibility
Custom consistency models, which differ on how weak they are, are no good if they can't outperform strong consistency.
It's time to secure data in NoSQL databases with strong guarantees, at fine granularity, and with low overhead. Macaroons, from Google, are designed for this purpose. This post shows have Macaroons can be used in HyperDex to secure NoSQL data.
HyperDex 1.5.0 release, with authorization
HyperDex now supports documents and Node.js. This post describes how to write Node programs using HyperDex as a document store.
Our latest point release includes a Linux portable binary that installs (practically) anywhere with a few short shell commands.
HyperDex gets support for running within Docker containers.
HyperDex 1.4.2 release, with support for Docker.
HyperDex 1.4! This release includes multiple performance improvements and bug fixes.
Juju is the new system from the folks at Canonical for automating cloud infrastructure tasks. It enables you to easily build and maintain your infrastructure with convenient command-line and web interfaces. In this article, we take a look at how to deploy HyperDex on AWS using Juju.
HyperDex 1.3! This release includes a new API call, and several critical bug fixes.
This article discusses a new replica placement technique that reduces the probability of data loss.
HyperDex 1.1! This release includes a robust backup manager and a preview of the in-development network management console.
HyperDex gets a fast, flexible, incremental backup manager.
In this article, we explore why Zookeeper and Raft provide the wrong abstraction for building distributed systems and provide an object-oriented alternative for developing fault-tolerant programs in C/C++.
HyperDex 1.0! A new milestone for HyperDex.

HyperDex 1.0RC5

HyperDex 1.0RC5 packs a ton of new features.
HyperDex 1.0RC3 offers support for Ruby, OSX and CentOS.
HyperDex Warp brings multi-object ACID transactions to NoSQL