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NoSQL for DBAs: Migrating from RDBMS to a schema-less world

Increasing numbers of developers are moving from relational to NoSQL technology for their interactive web applications, eager to take advantage of greater flexibility, scalability, and performance that NoSQL offers. But what does this mean for the DBA tasked with supporting them? And what, if any advantages, does NoSQL offer a DBA? This webinar will explore how DBAs can make the move from a RDBMS to NoSQL and the benefits that come along with it.

NoSQL for DBAs: Migrating from RDBMS to a schema-less world
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NoSQL for Architects: Migrating from RDBMS to a schema-less world

NoSQL databases have emerged as a better match than relational systems for modern interactive applications, offering cost-effective data management at “Big Data” scale. But there are significant differences between structured and schema-less database technology. What should architects and technical managers know as they explore NoSQL solutions for their teams?

NoSQL for Architects: Migrating from RDBMS to a schema-less world
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NoSQL for Developers: Migrating from RDBMS to a schema-less world

Developers have grown comfortable with relational databases and programming with SQL. But there are new data challenges and application opportunities that may be better served with next-generation NoSQL databases. In this webinar youll learn about making the transition to NoSQL and discuss best practices for: developing with flexible schemas, managing concurrency in a world without transactions, querying a NoSQL database and rolling out index upgrades without impacting application availability.

NoSQL for Developers: Migrating from RDBMS to a schema-less world