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Introduction to NoSQL
Introduction to NOSQL - online training course
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3.5-hour Online Course by William McKnight
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Product Code: BD-02-A

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In this informative class, learn about the emerging class of NoSQL technologies for managing operational big data. This includes key-value, column stores, document stores and graph databases. Learn about the ideal workloads for NoSQL in enterprises and where NoSQL adds value to an enterprise information strategy. Learn how to get the projects started or dropping the “not in production” label.

This “code-lite” session addresses the NoSQL community as well as the key user community, providing guidance on how NoSQL technologies work and how to penetrate the enterprise. This practical session will help you add a significant class of technologies into consideration to ensure information remains an unparalleled corporate asset.

NoSQL poised to expand dramatically in the next few years as the nature of important operational data expands dramatically. Add NoSQL to your enterprise data possibilities.

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You will learn:
  • Big data basics
  • Enablers for NoSQL
  • NoSQL data models: key-value, document, graph
  • NoSQL usage patterns
  • NoSQL database architectures
  • Graph database modeling and architecture
This course is geared towards:
  • Data architects
  • Business analysts
  • Data developers
  • Data administrators
  • Data strategists
  • Chief data Officers

Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 3 of 5 3 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

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3 of 5 Course Review from 1/24/2021 January 5, 2024
Reviewer: Li Dongtao  
Some more detailed discussion of real life projects/examples such as the architecture, challenges, outcome will be very helpful. Also, the contents need to be updated as a lot of things may have changed after 4 years.

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3 of 5 Course Review from 12/14/2018 January 3, 2024
Reviewer: Alfred Hull  
I think the best thing that can happen with eLearning courses is to have a comprehensive booklet or enhanced PDF file that assists study and follow-along while also working as a valuable reference document to use later in life.

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