Join Lynn Langit for an in-depth discussion in this video Cloud-based Hadoop, part of NoSQL for SQL Professionals.
- We just looked at scaling files…as part of our potential solution on the Cloud.…Again, to be complete, I'm gonna include one implementation…of Scaling Hadoop, and this is the one that I use…most commonly, because, again, this is used oftentimes…in conjunction with NoSQL implementations.…An example of this would be to use Redis as a cache,…which is a NoSQL implementation of a key value store…on the Cloud, along with Hadoop scaled…via Amazon MapReduce service, and this is managed Hadoop.…
Basically, the idea is you submit a job…and it's processed on your cluster, which is spun up…in the Amazon Cloud automatically.…And of course, the libraries that you can include…are Hbase and some other NoSQL implementations.…So the scaling of Hadoop on the Amazon Cloud is an example…of a NoSQL scaling on top of MapReduce.…So I'm gonna show you how this works next.…
- 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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