Up and Running with NoSQL Databases

with Joseph LeBlanc
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Up and Running with NoSQL Databases
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Explore the possibilities NoSQL databases offer developers for unparalleled flexibility and performance. In this course, author Joseph LeBlanc shows how to build an entire web application with CouchDB and introduces techniques such as querying with JavaScript, working with nested data, and creating views. He also explains some of the trade-offs you might encounter with NoSQL databases, such as the complexity of partitioning data across multiple servers, and presents five commonly used NoSQL databases: CouchDB, MongoDB, Cassandra, Riak, and Redis.

Topics include:
  • What is NoSQL?
  • Installing CouchDB on Mac, Windows, and Linux
  • Storing data
  • Nesting document data
  • Specifying search criteria
  • Reducing data
  • Attaching and retrieving images
  • Deploying applications
  • Securing CouchDB
  • Understanding the CAP theorem
Subjects:
Developer IT
Software:
NoSQL CouchDB MongoDB Cassandra Riak Redis
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Welcome

Welcome to Up and Running with NoSQL Databases. I'm on Joseph LeBlanc, and in this course we'll be looking at storing schema free data and querying against different fields, serving complete web applications from CouchDB based on JavaScript and HTML, comparing different NoSQL databases and understanding the trade-offs of each. NoSQL databases offer unprecedented flexibility and performance tuning options.

So let's get Up and Running with NoSQL Databases.

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