Compose Articles

Compose's Little Bits #29 - Redis, Riak, Regrid, Netbeans, OrientDB, Elasticsearch and more

Redis 3.2.0 arrives,Riak TS goes open source, Regrid brings file storage to RethinkDB, Netbeans gets an SQL Profiler, OrientDB 2.2 gets a new release candidate and a sync tool, Elastic release a second alpha of Elastic Stack 5.0, a call for a better…

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Compose in the Wild

It's conference season and we've headed out of our offices to events around the world. As a remote-team, we're always happy to get out to events to meet developers, designers and customers to talk about what they want out of their databases, to give…

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Data Privacy and Governance Update

Compose allows customers to deploy databases in many datacenters across the world with our commitment to provider and location diversity. Because of this flexibility, we need to take into account data privacy laws not just in the United States, but i…

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A first peek at the next MongoDB

MongoDB Inc have recently released a build of MongoDB 3.3.5. For those that don't know how MongoDB versions are numbered, the odd minor version denotes a development release which will eventually become version 3.4 in the fullness of time. At Compos…

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Compose PostgreSQL's new Performance and Extensions views

The PostgreSQL team at Compose have been busy working on ways for you to get more control over your PostgreSQL deployments and that work is now available for you to use. The new Performance view lets you see how your tables and indexes are doing whil…

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Try Redis, Get a Limited Edition T-Shirt

We love Redis. It's a great in-memory database which lets you keep an entire dataset available for blazingly fast access. Or it can be your super-quick cache for your applications to call on. Or it can start aggregating your data for faster analysis…

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Write for Compose with the Write Stuff

We're just starting a new cycle of Write Stuff, Compose's campaign to find new writers who know databases and get them to write about databases. We also know who knows about databases – you! All you need is an idea for an article and the desire to g…

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Compose's Little Bits #28 - RethinkDB, SQL, MySQL's NoSQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, CouchDB, Node and more

RethinkDB at NASA, SQL Tricks, MySQL's new NoSQL, PostgreSQL linkage, MongoDB goes in-memory, CouchDB 2.0 admin, Node 6.0, Plaidchat for Slack and Vim-go for Go... and Vim - all the links that caught the eye of Compose's technical content curator thi…

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Ecto 2.0: The Database Tool for Elixir and Phoenix

This screencast introduces Ecto 2.0. It starts with an overview of the entire stack Ecto works with from Erlang to Elixir to Phoenix. Then it walks thru using Ecto with PostgreSQL by creating a mix project, configuring database access, seeding some d…

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Compose Notes - PostgreSQL connection limit control

PostgreSQL 9.5 users can now control the number of incoming connections allowed to their deployments. You'll find the new control in the Compose web console for your PostgreSQL database under Settings. By default, all PostgreSQL deployments on Compos…

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