NoSQL databases have evolved alongside the internet itself. In their current form, they are scalable, flexible, elastic, and can support indefinite complexity and data growth. The question becomes how to leverage this in your data infrastructure to improve the data warehouse. What analytics can you experiment with? How can you implement it in production clusters? What is the sizing strategy? Attend this session to learn about NoSQL and how it to implement it as part of your data infrastructure.
You Will Learn
- Definition and standards of NoSQL databases, including types, key-value models, wide-column databases, graph databases, document databases
- Distributed data processing—what it is, how to define and architect with it, and potential use cases
- Pitfalls and risks to avoid in implementing NoSQL
- Anyone interested in NoSQL