Tornado – Redis

As defined on Redis website, it is an open source, advanced key-value store. It is often referred to as a data structure server since keys can contain strings, hashes, lists among others. It's similar to say memcached library in the sense that it ia an in memory key/value pair but persistent on disk.. Redis has … Continue reading Tornado – Redis


With a bit of intro, lets get to some work with MongoDB. CRUD in programming terms often refers to, C: Create, R: Read, U: Update, D: Delete Operations. So how do we achieve them? Create MongoDB shell version: 1.2.2 url: test connecting to: test type "exit" to exit type "help" for help > use studDB … Continue reading MongoDB: CRUD

Intro to Mongodb

I came across MongoDB a few months ago and have taken decent strides to understand it. This post is to introduce MongoDB to the readers along with basic installation and setup steps on Ubuntu10.04. MongoDB Falls under the family of NoSQL database Unlike relational database (row/column), its a document based database Provides indexing, dynamic querying … Continue reading Intro to Mongodb