NoSQL is being pulled closer and closer to the core of applications, not just as a reporting and data mining tool.

More and more applications are leveraging the power of NoSQL as a primary means of data storage. This session covers how to successfully model application data on NoSQL storage engines for everyday application use. We explore common design patterns, techniques and tips that help developers leverage the horizontal scalability of NoSQL stores while embracing their inherent limitations.

Topics include: 

  • Denormalization¬†
  • Intelligent Keys (including avoiding hot-spotting)
  • Counters
  • Data Sharding

These topics are not specific to a particular NoSQL solution, but broadly applicable to most popular non-relational data stores in use today.

Note: This was a 2015 Teradata Partners Conference session

Presenter: Bryce Cottam - Teradata Corporation

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Course number:54671
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Format:Recorded webcast
Credit hours:1.50