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The bulk of the NoSQL Technologies focus on achieving scale-out ability by building their architecture around a simple, distributed hash, key-value store. This works well for partitioning simple data, but in reality, your information models are not simple. As a result, you may have to build enormous layers of code to manage an explicit structure baked into the persistence tier. In this session, take a look at a NoSQL solution which allows you to store naturally clustered, richly linked object networks beneath your key partitioned roots. The result is that you do not have to write extensive code to deal with the physical structure in the persistence tier even when dealing with complex information models like predictive models, timeseries, recursive relations, compositions, etc. We will explore how such an implementation works in practice by looking at a case study of an advanced model analytics and visualization solution built on the clustered NoSQL database solution Versant Database Engine.
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