Justin Tuggle presented the well-justified reasons why today only NoSQL databases are up to par, to provide customer engagement and means for business survival, and of them, why Couchbase is to be preferred.
Here is the link to the materials.
Thursday, July 20, 2017
Running FreeEed on Amazon is very easy and offers some substantial benefits.
- You can get a fully provisioned server in a minute
- You can get any size of hard drive and a large number of CPU
- It is as easy as using your desktop.
To start the server, find this AMI in the Oregon region on EC2: ami-e6acbf9f.
After you start the service, open the assigned IP in any browser. You will see a screen like the following below
Click on the 'vnc.html'. You will see the login screen
After you log in, you will see a full Ubuntu desktop, where you can do any work. FreeEed is already installed.
Sunday, July 9, 2017
Today I am starting a series of blog posts on how to do eDiscovery with open source software. I will base it initially on a wonderful book "Project Management in Electronic Discovery". The advice that I will give will not be limited to FreeEed, but it will draw on the complete range of Open Source, Data Science, etc.
Every eDiscovery person has her or his own set of tools, and I hope that these articles will add to your library. Let's organize those docs!
(Image source: Pexels.com)
Saturday, July 8, 2017
Today we release early preview of FreeEed with the following use cases
For the plaintiff.
If you ask for the eDiscovery documents, you might eventually get them. Now, what do you do with them?
The answer that FreeEed gives you is "Use the load file as the data source." That is, FreeEed allows you to load the documents you were sent and start reviewing them.
For the researcher
Perhaps not directly related to eDiscovery, but people do you FreeEed for various research purposes. For example, at DARPA they loaded the court documents obtained from the NY Court of Appeals website and added some annotations (tags). Now, to do data analytics on the set, they need to export the documents back, with the new tags. This is provided in the option "Export the load file," which will export either the full set, with the annotations, or the current search results.
For the techie
Sometimes your eDiscovery or other data is in the form of a JSON file. JSON format is popular because it is flexible and allows to define your fields. In fact, you can change the fields from record to record.
This is provided now with selecting "JSON" as an input format, with the option "Use the load file as the data source."
Likewise, you can import any CSV file.
Other improvements include
* Implement extensive continuous testing with Jenkins (http://freeeed.from-tx.com:8000/)
* Review - quick preview now working