Join Lynn Langit for an in-depth discussion in this video Wide-column data stores, part of NoSQL for SQL Professionals.
- In the next section we'll take a look at an example…of a cloud-based, wide-columned database.…And my favorite instance of this is the…Google Cloud High Replication Datastore.…You might remember that Google's technologies…are what is the basis for this kind of implementation.…So this is a commercial implementation of their own…internal product which was called BigTable.…And the idea is that you have an entity and then…you have some values associated with it.…One of the great things about the High Replication Datastore…is that it scales automatically.…
So for some business cases, particularly those…where you have unpredictable traffic spikes and…really significant traffic spikes, it's a great solution.…Now most of the implementation of Google Cloud Datastore…is associated to Google App Engine, which…is a platform as a service, web hosting service,…so this is the back end for that.…As of this recording the Google Cloud Datastore…is typically associated with an instance of…Google App Engine so it's an end-to-end solution.…
- 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
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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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