Join Lynn Langit for an in-depth discussion in this video Cloud RDBMS, part of NoSQL for SQL Professionals.
- So in addition to trying out NoSQL features…that big vendors have added to…commercial distributions on Premise…with SQL server as we just saw,…you can also try them out on the web.…And you can use a cloud hosted solution.…So I prefer Amazon with…relational database services because…they offer basically everything from…SQL server to Oracle.…Also to be complete Google offers…MySQL hosted and Microsoft offers SQL Azure.…Now the difference between a PAAS,…or a Platform as a Service,…and an Infrastructure as a Service…offering for a database is a PAAS,…which is what we're talking about here,…is the database is partially managed…so back ups are done,…some performance management is done…and the level at which you can…access the database varies by vendor.…
Interestingly, the most restricted SQL server…is SQL Azure on Microsoft,…so I actually prefer RDS for SQL server…features in the cloud,…but that's changing over time.…So, in addition to being able to try out…the NoSQL features there's also the…possibility of trying out the open source…
- What is NoSQL?
- What is Hadoop?
- Exploring Redis, HBase, MongoDB, and Neo4j
- Exploring NoSQL features in Microsoft SQL Server
- Working with NoSQL data in the cloud
- Applying NoSQL choices to business scenarios
- Considering how data will be input and output at your business
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Why Change?
2. Is Hadoop NoSQL?
3. Understanding NoSQL Databases
4. NoSQL Options in Microsoft SQL Server 2014
5. Exploring Cloud-Based NoSQL Databases
6. Case Studies and Scenarios
7. Important Tips for Startups
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