NoSQL Essential Training

NoSQL Essential Training

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 0h 43m | 139 MB


As the shiny new object in the data world, you might have heard a lot of people talk excitedly about NoSQL and all the things it can do. It’s great in terms of flexibility, speed, and is easy to work with. It’s super scalable, so it can accommodate increased numbers of users as websites and applications grow. But will it replace SQL? Will it make relational databases obsolete? In this course, Mel McGee explains just exactly what NoSQL is, the pros and cons, and tradeoffs you’ll make when using NoSQL. Mel takes a high-level approach without delving into the details of any one NoSQL query language or solution, so if you’re a developer looking for a bigger picture of NoSQL, or an entrepreneur wanting to explore options for your product, or just plain curious about non-relational databases, this course is for you.

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Introduction
1 Get to know NoSQL
2 What you should know

What Is NoSQL
3 Why the hype over NoSQL
4 NoSQL compared to traditional relational databases
5 CAP theorem
6 Explore a NoSQL database
7 Query a NoSQL database
8 Challenge NoSQL query
9 Solution NoSQL query

Different Types of NoSQL Databases
10 Overview of NoSQL database types
11 NoSQL key-value store type
12 NoSQL document store type
13 NoSQL wide column store type
14 NoSQL graph data store type
15 Challenge Which NoSQL database is right for the job
16 Solution Common jobs for each type of NoSQL store

Pros and Cons of NoSQL
17 Where NoSQL thrives
18 Where NoSQL fails
19 Challenge Relational or NoSQL
20 Solution Relational or NoSQL

Is NoSQL Right for Your Job
21 Is NoSQL right for you
22 Database considerations
23 Choosing between NoSQL databases

Conclusion
24 Next steps