Learn how to choose a NoSQL database solution that's right for your organization, including options that work with Microsoft SQL Server and on the cloud.
- Hi, I'm Lynn Langit, and welcome to NoSQL for SQL Professionals. NoSQL is a set of database technologies designed to store non-relational data at large or very large scale. NoSQL databases originated out of work done by Google, Facebook, and Yahoo to solve web scale problems, such as indexing the entire internet, predicting subscriber behavior, or targeting Facebook ads. In this course, we'll take a look at the complex landscape of NoSQL databases. We'll group the over 150 current NoSQL databases into five categories, so we can understand differences and functionality.
We'll see how to add data to and query from each of the major types. Then, I'll show you how to quickly get up and running with your NoSQL databases, leveraging the cloud offerings. We'll apply the knowledge to real world scenarios, so you can put your new understanding of NoSQL databases to practical use. So let's get started!
- 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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