Searching NoSQL: Utilizing More Than Map-Reduce with Cloudant
At Cloud Expo, Cloudant’s Brad Bonn to discuss how to make obtaining data out of NoSQL DBaaS more powerful and flexible
By: Elizabeth White
May. 19, 2014 10:45 AM
Normally in a document database such as CouchDB or BigCouch, data is queried using b-tree indexes built with map-reduce functions.
In his session at 14th Cloud Expo, Brad Bonn, Systems Engineer at Cloudant, will discuss how Cloudant has extended the platform to natively take advantage of Lucene and R*-Tree indexes to make obtaining data out of NoSQL DBaaS more powerful and flexible.
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