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Docker with NOSQL MongoDB useful for trading

Docker with NOSQL MongoDB useful for trading

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Redis and Docker

Docker Setup for Linux but separate for Mac and Windows

http://docs.docker.com/linux/step_one/

 

Docker with MongoDB distributed

 

Build Docker and MongoDB from scratch

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NOSQL Redis blows MongoDB with speed and clustering

NOSQL Redis blows MongoDB with speed and clustering

From what I see here, it seems Redis is the SOLID solution for both in this article.

Got an opinion, let me know

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5400163/when-to-redis-when-to-mongodb

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Does NOSQL Redis have these clustering MongoDB features?

Does NOSQL Redis have these clustering MongoDB features?

I am hoping someone in the Redis community that can confirm if MongoDB has these same features

MongoDB is built for the cloud

If your Web app plans include making good on the pennies-per-CPU promise of the cloud, the MEAN stack offers a compelling database layer in MongoDB. This modern database comes equipped with automatic sharding and full cluster support, right out of the box. Plug in MongoDB and it spreads across your cluster of servers to offer failover support and automatic replication. Given the ease with which apps can be developed, tested, and hosted in the cloud, there’s little reason not to consider MongoDB for your next project.

 

http://www.infoworld.com/article/2937159/application-development/mean-vs-lamp-your-next-programming-project.html

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MongoDB NOSQL outperforms Cassandra and Couchbase?

 

MongoDB NOSQL outperforms Cassandra and Couchbase?

Is this true

A new independent study shows that MongoDB outperforms key value stores. The results demonstrate that MongoDB provides greater scalability than NoSQL vendors Cassandra and Couchbase in all tests, by as much as 13x.
Download the report to access detailed performance results.

https://www.mongodb.com/collateral/scalability-benchmarking-mongodb-and-nosql-systems-report

I always heard about MongoDB is the better choice but no one ever compares Redis. Or is that even a fair comparison

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More comparison between Redis MOngoDB and Aerospike NOSQL performance

More comparison between Redis MOngoDB and Aerospike NOSQL performance

From someone at Aerospike sent this:

However, it is important to know that in any Redis vs. Mongo comparison, Redis is limited in that it is not yet clustered; clustering for Redis is still in beta:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/24482337/how-is-aerospike-different-from-other-key-value-nosql-databases

Also, here is Sunil’s video talk about the difference between Redis and Aerospike.

https://hasgeek.tv/miniconf/2014-redis-miniconf/899-alternatives-to-redis-while-not-compromising-on-its-speed

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The stats are here for MongoDB vs Redis NOSQL database performance comparison for high speeding trading from other experienced user!

The stats are in for MongoDB vs Redis NOSQL database performance comparison for high speeding trading from other experienced user!

This awesome news from someone else who test the performance betwen both. He also posted some comments I never considered so big thanks to him for posting! This is excellent as we move forward to make this really cool! Read the comments below in this posting.

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2014/12/the-stats-are-in-for-mongodb-vs-redis-performance-comparison-for-high-speeding-trading-from-other-experienced-user/

From the Dell guy on the NEXT BIG THING internet of things? WTF is fog computing

He said: 2 exabyte per day is generated man thats INSANE

Interesting  future

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2014/12/from-the-dell-guy-on-the-next-big-thing-internet-of-things-wtf-is-fog-computing/

Don’t forget about our upcomingNOSQL vs SQL database smackdown”

LIVE Event: NOSQL vs SQL database smackdown, which one for what?

Online Meetup LIVE Event: NOSQL vs SQL database smackdown, which one for what?

There are so many databases usedbut what for what reason. I really want to investigate this with others online.

http://www.meetup.com/quant-finance/events/218915269/

http://www.meetup.com/R-Matlab-Users/events/218915394/

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The stats are in for MongoDB vs Redis NOSQL database performance comparison for high speeding trading from other experienced user!

The stats are in for MongoDB vs Redis NOSQL database performance comparison for high speeding trading from other experienced user!

 

This awesome news from someone else who test the performance betwen both. He also posting some comments I never considered so big thanks to him for posting! This is excellent as we move forward to make this really cool! Read the comments below in this posting.

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2014/12/would-you-build-your-automated-trading-system-just-like-this-including-a-machine-learning-idea/

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Why I go with SQL Server over Oracle as a backend data for Windows? Where does MongoDB NOSQL for Linux fit?

Why I go with SQL Server over Oracle as a backend data for Windows? Where does MongoDB NOSQL for Linux fit?

I made this video to explain it faster forcing you to read bad typing

As for MongoDB, I am planning to run something like this in a Linux environment for the number crunching component for enhanced speed.  I will  use the SQL Server as total repository for redundancy as well to serve up the front end components like charting. I could even leverage a Hadoop/HDInsights environment since it is free with this potential Syncfusion. The SQLServer layer is not as critical for speed as compared to the Linux end.

I want to make this as easy as possible with the smallest amont of coding. Honestly, I could easily go through the Matlab Simulink option with FPGA if I want absolute but I already got that workflow worked out.

Just saying and thinking.

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The comparison of SQL Server vs MongoDB:

http://geekswithblogs.net/EltonStoneman/archive/2014/01/05/the-concurrency-shoot-out-sql-server-versus-mongodb-part-3.aspx

http://blogs.technet.com/b/dataplatforminsider/archive/2012/11/20/oracle-surprised-by-the-present.aspx

http://community.spiceworks.com/topic/486458-how-does-sql-2014-compare-to-oracle

https://www.udemy.com/blog/oracle-vs-mysql-vs-sql-server/

http://www.dbi-services.com/index.php/blog/entry/database-world-high-availability-sql-server-vs-oracle

http://www.eweek.com/blogs/developing-stories/transact-sql-named-programming-language-of-2013.html

 

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So we are back to that NOSQL Redis vs MongoDB debate. It seems one will win hands down for our needs in a high speed trading application

 

As we got this Linux environment running, this comes up.

So we are back to that NOSQL  Redis vs MongoDB debate. It seems one will win hands down for our needs in a high speed trading application

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I would say, it depends on kind of dev team you are and your application needs.

For example if there are more querying required, it mostly means more work in Redis, where you can use different data structures to suit your queries. Same is easier in MongoDB. On other hand this extra work in Redis would most likely to pay off with sheer speed.

MongoDB offers simplicity, much smaller learning for guys with SQL experience. Whereas Redis offers non-traditional approach hence more learning but huge flexibility.

Eg. A cache layer can probably be better implemented in Redis, and as for a more schema-able data MongoDB might be better.

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5400163/when-to-redis-when-to-mongodb

Consider me sold on the MongoDB where Windows support ain’t that bad

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Who knew? As DBMS wars continue, PostgreSQL shows most momentum, Oracle MYSQL SQL Server and NOSQL MongoDB drop

Who knew? As DBMS wars continue, PostgreSQL shows most momentum, Oracle MYSQL SQL Server and NOSQL MongoDB drop

Postgres has always been an interesting to watch!

http://www.zdnet.com/as-dbms-wars-continue-postgresql-shows-most-momentum-7000032711/

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