Daily Archives: August 15, 2016

Graph Databases : An Artistic Approach to Data Storage

  Graph databases, in a general way, are databases that use graph structures for meaningfully association of data with nodes, edges and properties to represent and store data. There are a lot of graph databases such as AllegroGraph, ArangoDB, Blazegraph, Bitsy, Cayley, Filament, graphd, Horton, IBM System G Native Store, MarkLogic, Neo4j, Ontotext GraphDB, Oracle… Read more »

Mhddfs

  Combine Several Smaller Partition into One Large Virtual Storage. It is a fuse-based file system combines the several mount point to a single one. This mhddfs (fuse) file system allow to mount in a single one mount point. This will be helping to combines multiple hard drives or network file system. This system is… Read more »

N before S

This is not a word game, still , we have to accept that NAS (Network-Attached Storage) had come to the scene long before SAN (Storage Area Network). Every data storage utility in this planet is debating on pros and cons of them for quite a long time. Let us break it down for the layman.We… Read more »