Your weekly summary of Compose has news of those changes which may make your life easier and a rundown of the most recent database articles published.
This week wesaw the second part of the Go Grand Tour, used Redis sorted sets and HyperLogLog to count Elasticsearch queries and unique Twitter users, and learned how to import data into JanusGraph:
In Go and Compose - Redis, RethinkDB, and RabbitMQ, we continued the Go Grand Tour examples connecting to Redis, RethinkDB, and RabbitMQ. The final part, next week.
Discover Space on Twitter with Elasticsearch and Redis was part 2 of the Elasticsearch space data filtering engine that was published last week. We added on Redis to count the Elasticsearch percolator queries using sorted sets and found unique Twitter users with HyperLogLog.
This week we gave you another Graph 101: Getting Started with Graphs which looked at importing data into a graph database and some reasons why some data is better for graphs than others.
This week's noteworthy changes include an updated credentials display.
- The way that credentials are displayed in connection strings on the Overview pages has been re-factored across all Compose databases.
That's it for this week's Noteworthy at Compose.
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attribution Joanna Kosinska