Today, we're opening a new page, The Curated Collections Guide, to make it easier to find out about your databases of choice.
If you are a regular reader of Compose's Articles, you'll know we have a lot of content. So much so that even a well-defined search may not find you what you want.
That's why we've been steadily pulling together all the articles, how-tos, tutorials and introductions and creating collections sorted by database. Each collection is then regularly reviewed, updated and re-curated to make sure it's delivering the information people need.
We've actually been doing this for a while, but we heard that finding these pages wasn't as simple as it could be. And so the Curated Collections Guide page was created.
It's a one-stop page where you'll be able to quickly pick the database you are interested in and dive straight in. There are links to the MongoDB, PostgreSQL, Elasticsearch, Redis, RethinkDB, etcd, RabbitMQ, Compose for MySQL, Scylla, and JanusGraph. In each collection, you'll find only the most relevant articles and other essential information, articles grouped by series and archived articles as part of the history of the database on Compose.
If you have any feedback about this or any other Compose article, drop the Compose Articles team a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. We're happy to hear from you.
attribution Clem Onojeghuo