The Curated articles are guides, regularly updated by the Compose team, to the essential postings and help content available for each of the Compose databases. Here we look at RethinkDB.
On Oct 5th, 2016, the company behind RethinkDB announced that it was shutting down. On February 6, 2017, The Cloud Native Computing Foundation relicensed RethinkDB under the Apache License 2.0. after purchasing the rights to the source code.
Compose continues to host RethinkDB deployments and offers the ability to provision new ones.
Getting connected, use security features, or other information you should know to use RethinkDB on Compose.
- RethinkDB at Compose: Java and SSL
- Using RethinkDB 2.3's user authentication
- Loss prevention with RethinkDB
- Getting Started with Compose & RethinkDB
- Connecting to Compose’s RethinkDB Deployments with SSH
The Grand Tour
Code examples across multiple languages for connecting to your Compose RethinkDB deployment using a simple web application.
- To Scylla and RethinkDB - The Node.js Compose Grand Tour
- Python and Compose - Redis, RethinkDB, and RabbitMQ
- Go and Compose - Redis, RethinkDB, and RabbitMQ
Recently on Compose:
RethinkDB articles from the past year.
Connecting to RethinkDB with Elixir
Thinky and RethinkDB
Deeper into RethinkDB 2.3 - Fold in Use
Compose and RethinkDB 2.3's Drivers
Make use of one of the main features of RethinkDB.
Turning RethinkDB changes to RabbitMQ messages
Go, RethinkDB & Changefeeds - Part 2
Go, RethinkDB & Changefeeds - Part 1
If you are looking for documentation for RethinkDB on the Compose platform:
Or if you are looking for the RethinkDB docs:
An archive of tutorials, projects, and just-for-fun pieces that Compose has written about RethinkDB.
"3","CSV and other databases"
The RethinkDB Movie Box Set
RethinkDB and SSL- Think Secure
ComposeCast Beta #1: Kurt & Slava Talk Queries
RethinkDB & Compose Talk Databases & Hosting
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