In making our latest version, we increased performance ten-fold. RavenDB 4.0 now reaches speeds of 150,000 writes per second, and exceeds 500,000 reads on simple commodity hardware. In this video, RavenDB CEO and Chief Developer Oren Eini describes the path to extreme performance using his NoSql Document Database as an example of what is capable with the latest in database development.
- Managing Garbage Collection
- Cutting Parsing Costs
- The Overall Impact of Blittable
- Re-inventing the Wheel to Make the Car go Faster: A Custom Made Storage Engine
- The Final Performance Results
What if you want to store sub-objects as distinct documents, and load the sub-object only when necessary? RavenDB allows you to quickly and easily store and entire object graph as a single document. This video will show you how to load object relationships on an as-needed basis using RavenDB’s include() method.
Relational databases were developed in the 1970s to replace the pen and paper. Their data models revolve around how to digitally replicate the information you write down on a pad with manually drawn lines to represent columns. Non-relational databases start with a high-speed computer network that can hold more than raw figures and can nest information within information for superfast retrieval. To get the most out of it, you have to rethink everything by taking a 21st century approach.
RavenDB CEO Oren Eini gives a must-see presentation featuring the following:
- Recognizing the Bottlenecks of Relational Modeling
- The Three Techniques of Document Modeling
- Duplication vs Normalization
- and more . . .