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Moving from MySQL to CouchDB: Part 2
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The follow-up blog post on moving your MySQL applications to CouchDB has been posted on the CouchOne blog. Part 2 digs into a bit more detail on the specifics of views, and how to perform some of the more common operations used in MySQL, such as paging and aggregation in your CouchDB view. You can read Part 2 here


Moving from MySQL to CouchDB: Part 2
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The follow-up blog post on moving your MySQL applications to CouchDB has been posted on the CouchOne blog. Part 2 digs into a bit more detail on the specifics of views, and how to perform some of the more common operations used in MySQL, such as paging and aggregation in your CouchDB view.

You can read Part 2 here

Moving from MySQL to CouchDB: Part 1
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I’ve started a little series on how to migrate your MySQL applications and databases over to CouchDB. Most of the process is about how you think about your data, not about the database itself, the application, or the interface to the database storage. There are some use cases for data storage that lend themselves to the CouchDB document model that provides some advantages over the table-based structure in MySQL. The first part of the series is Moving from MySQL to CouchDB: Part 1.


Moving from MySQL to CouchDB: Part 1
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I’ve started a little series on how to migrate your MySQL applications and databases over to CouchDB. Most of the process is about how you think about your data, not about the database itself, the application, or the interface to the database storage. There are some use cases for data storage that lend themselves to the CouchDB document model that provides some advantages over the table-based structure in MySQL.

The first part of the series is Moving from MySQL to CouchDB: Part 1.

451 CAOS Links 2010.11.12
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Talend raises $34m, acquires Sopera. Red Hat releases RHEL 6. And more.

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# Talend raised $34m funding and acquired Sopera.

# Twilio raised $12m in series B funding.

# Red Hat released Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.

# Savio Rodrigues noted a change in emphasis from Red Hat to focus on value, rather than cost.

# Joyent officially became the new home for Node.js.


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Left MySQL/Joined CouchOne
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For many people this will be old news, but I guess It thought I should put up something official. At the end of September, I left MySQL/Sun/Oracle – that wasn’t an easy decision, mostly because I loved my job. It’s difficult to stop doing something that you enjoy so thoroughly and, over the years, have been so involved in. I did more than just get involved in the docs, I helped out with advice for different departments, worked on areas like DTrace, and of course helped write the documentation and enhanced many of the tools that enabled us to build such brilliant documentation. I managed to work with some amazing people, most of all the rest of my team who worked so hard to produce the manuals and content. The impetus to leave came from an opportunity to work with another excellent team on a different database, namely CouchDB. CouchDB reminds me of my early database

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Left MySQL/Joined CouchOne
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For many people this will be old news, but I guess It thought I should put up something official.

At the end of September, I left MySQL/Sun/Oracle – that wasn’t an easy decision, mostly because I loved my job. It’s difficult to stop doing something that you enjoy so thoroughly and, over the years, have been so involved in. I did more than just get involved in the docs, I helped out with advice for different departments, worked on areas like DTrace, and of course helped write the documentation and enhanced many of the tools that enabled us to build such brilliant documentation. I managed to work with some amazing people, most of all the rest of my team who worked so hard to produce the manuals and content.

The impetus to leave came from an opportunity to work with another excellent team on a different database, namely CouchDB. CouchDB reminds me of my

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