The Many Flavors of NoSQL at That Conference

The Many Flavors of NoSQL at That Conference

The relational database has been the dominant model for persisting data for the last 40 years. While SQL databases aren’t going away anytime soon, the NoSQL ("not only SQL") movement has challenged the relational database's place as the default persistence layer for modern applications. Learn about horizontal scaling and eventual consistency as well as key-value stores, document databases, graph databases, and more.

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Bradley Holt

August 10, 2015
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