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April 25, 2014 |

Aging out data from VoltDB

April 25, 2014

Deleting records is often an afterthought when you’re first building a proof of concept with VoltDB, but it is an important function that should be given some thought as part of any design. Few applications can retain data forever, and in-memory databases in particular require some careful planning for how much data should be stored […]

May 30, 2012 |

Using The Spring @Schedule Annotation

May 30, 2012

In a previous life I had a requirement that a web application scanned the expiration date of purchased content and sent one of three emails letting the user know that the item would expire soon, was going to expire very soon and that the item has expired. It fired up at early in the morning […]

October 21, 2010 | , ,

Clarifications On The CAP Theorem And Data-Related Errors

October 21, 2010

There has been another round of online conversations about the CAP theorem as the internet community continues to discuss its implications on networked databases. Coda Hale recently wrote a well received article titled CAP paper by Gilbert and Lynch. Scattered in the larger conversation is a continued mis-perception of my position regarding the CAP theorem. […]

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