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NoSQL databases bring the benefits of schema flexibility and
elastic scaling to the enterprise. Until recently, these benefits have
come at the expense of giving up rich declarative querying as
represented by SQL.
In today’s world of agile business, developers and organizations need
the benefits of both NoSQL and SQL in a single platform. NoSQL
(document) databases provide schema flexibility; fast lookup; and
elastic scaling. SQL-based querying provides expressive data access
and transformation; separation of querying from modeling and storage;
and a unified interface for applications, tools, and users.
Developers need to deliver applications that can easily evolve,
perform, and scale. Otherwise, the cost, effort, and delay in keeping
up with changing business needs will become significant disadvantages.
Organizations need sophisticated and rapid access to their operational data, in
order to maintain insight into their business. This access should
support both pre-defined and ad-hoc querying, and should integrate
with standard analytical tools.
This talk will cover how to build applications that combine the
benefits of NoSQL and SQL to deliver agility, performance, and
scalability. It includes:
- N1QL, which extends SQL to JSON
- JSON data modeling
- Indexing and performance
- Transparent scaling
- Integration and ecosystem
You will walk away with an understanding of the design patterns and
best practices for effective utilization of NoSQL document
databases - all using open-source technologies.