Cloud NoSQL for SQL Professionals

Cloud NoSQL for SQL Professionals
Cloud NoSQL for SQL Professionals
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 2h 39m | 338 MB

NoSQL databases can store nonrelational data on a super large scale and solve problems regular databases can’t handle: indexing the entire internet, predicting subscriber behavior, or targeting ads on a platform as large as Facebook. But with over 150 NoSQL database types, it can be hard for a SQL professional to know where to start. In this course, Lynn Langit breaks down these types into a few main categories and shows how to get your own NoSQL database up and running with easy-to-configure cloud solutions. Learn how to add and query data, apply the CAP theorem with NoSQL, and leverage key NoSQL trends such as multifunctionality and data lake NoSQL alternatives. Plus, explore AWS and GCP NoSQL database services such as DynamoDB, ElastiCache, and Bigtable.

Table of Contents

1 Simplify the NoSQL ecosystem
2 Use cloud services
3 Manage data as file or tables
4 Add behavioral data
5 Add web-scale data
6 Add NoSQL databases
7 Store data, query information including NoSQL
8 Overcome file system limits including NoSQL
9 Overcome RDBMS limits using NoSQL
10 Understand CAP Theorem and data
11 Apply CAP Theorem with NoSQL
12 Store huge, in-memory lookup lists on NoSQL
13 Use Cloud Memorystore for Redis on GCP
14 Use AWS ElastiCache for Redis
15 Review NoSQL key-value architecture
16 Store events on NoSQL
17 Use Cloud Cassandra on AWS
18 Use GCP BigTable
19 Use GCP BigQuery
20 Review NoSQL columnar architecture
21 Store customer activity using NoSQL
22 Use Cloud MongoDB on GCP
23 Use AWS DocumentDB
24 Use AWS DynamoDB
25 Review NoSQL document architecture
26 Store customer relations using NoSQL
27 Use Neo4j on Kubernetes
28 Use AWS Neptune
29 Review NoSQL Graph architecture
30 Store real-time events using NoSQL
31 Use GCP Firestore
32 Store IoT events
33 Use AWS IoT events
34 Use AWS TimeStream
35 Store blockchain entries using NoSQL
37 Consolidation and cloud for NoSQL
38 Multifunction NoSQL databases
39 DataLake NoSQL alternatives
40 Next steps with NoSQL