Professional NoSQL



A Hands On Guide To Leveraging NoSQL Databases NoSQL Databases Are An Efficient And Powerful Tool For Storing And Manipulating Vast Quantities Of Data Most NoSQL Databases Scale Well As Data Grows In Addition, They Are Often Malleable And Flexible Enough To Accommodate Semi Structured And Sparse Data Sets This Comprehensive Hands On Guide Presents Fundamental Concepts And Practical Solutions For Getting You Ready To Use NoSQL Databases Expert Author Shashank Tiwari Begins With A Helpful Introduction On The Subject Of NoSQL, Explains Its Characteristics And Typical Uses, And Looks At Where It Fits In The Application Stack Unique Insights Help You Choose Which NoSQL Solutions Are Best For Solving Your Specific Data Storage Needs Professional NoSQL Demystifies The Concepts That Relate To NoSQL Databases, Including Column Family Oriented Stores, Key Value Databases, And Document Databases Delves Into Installing And Configuring A Number Of NoSQL Products And The Hadoop Family Of Products Explains Ways Of Storing, Accessing, And Querying Data In NoSQL Databases Through Examples That Use MongoDB, HBase, Cassandra, Redis, CouchDB, Google App Engine Datastore And Looks At Architecture And Internals Provides Guidelines For Optimal Usage, Performance Tuning, And Scalable Configurations Presents A Number Of Tools And Utilities Relating To NoSQL, Distributed Platforms, And Scalable Processing, Including Hive, Pig, RRDtool, Nagios, AndProfessional NoSQL

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  • Paperback
  • 361 pages
  • Professional NoSQL
  • Shashank Tiwari
  • English
  • 11 June 2018
  • 047094224X

10 thoughts on “Professional NoSQL

  1. says:

    The book convers the high level aspects of NoSQL database.It helps you in choosing the right one on sticking with RDBMS ones for the job.Once you ve decided which one to use for the job, pick a book that goes into details.it s a 4 stars for me, because I got what I ve expected.

  2. says:

    Good for beginner, but it s required a little bit knowledge about Hadoop HDFS and or Java It s very good if the book was designed with a special chapter talkabout realtime analysis on NoSql

  3. says:

    In essence books feels like a compilation of various beginner tutorials on different nosql out there Practically useless

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