Category: NoSQL

This category is populated by posts concentrating on the NoSQL data store methodology in Hazelcast deployments.

Hazelcast and MongoDB Learn to Play Nice

When I talk to the developers about Hazelcast, many of them ask how Hazelcast is different from NoSQL databases, and particularly from MongoDB. In this blog post, I will try to answer this question once and for all. MongoDB is…

James Governor In-Memory Data Grid: Less Disruptive NoSQL

Here’s Hazelcast’s Miko Matsumura speaking with James Governor, RedMonk analyst. You may want to go full screen in order to read the embedded slides. James says about In-Memory Data Grid: It solves many of the same sorts of challenges that…

Hazelcast Use Cases

Hazelcast is the leading open source in-memory data grid. For the vanguard of distributed computing, we often get lots of enthusiastic kudos like the following: Using #hazelcast in your software project is like throwing brains at zombies: It solves your problems and even may save your life — Donnerbart (@Donnerbart) October 13, 2013 Yeah! I […]