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Hands-On NoSQL. A Practical Guide to Design and Implementation with Technical Case Studies. Edition No. 1

  • Book

  • 352 Pages
  • April 2021
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
  • ID: 5212115

Learn advanced design patterns and support NoSQL databases

If you’re a database designer or software engineer who uses NoSQL, this book can help you expand your knowledge. Learn advanced design patterns, grasp the performance implications of design choices, and prepare to support large-scale NoSQL databases in production. Hands-On NoSQL: A Practical Guide to Design and Implementation with Technical Case Studies provides detailed descriptions of design patterns and discusses why certain patterns are chosen. Design choices are discussed in reference to their limitations as well as their effects on implemented features. Case studies in the book highlight NoSQL databases, demonstrate how they’re used, and address the challenges of operating them in production environments.  

You’ll find unique insights and examples within Hands-On NoSQL. The authors focus on three NoSQL data models, looking at when to use each database type, each model’s design advantages and disadvantages, and what design patterns to utilize in each model.   

  • See descriptions of NoSQL database models
  • Read about design patterns used by experienced data modelers and architects
  • Gain practical advice on choosing a NoSQL system type
  • Get guidance on code implementations and queries
  • View examples of how to interact with the database

Hands-On NoSQL also offers in-depth examinations of specialized forms of NoSQL querying and filtering. It is suitable for undergraduate and graduate courses in advanced database design.Get practical, applicable advice and expand your ability to support NoSQL databases with this educational guide.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Common Design Challenges in NoSQL
Chapter 2: When Relational Databases are Not Enough
Chapter 3: Choosing a NoSQL Model
Chapter 4: Architecture of Document Databases
Chapter 5: Application Design for Document Database
Chapter 6: Document Database Case Study
Chapter 7: Architecture of Network Databases
Chapter 8: Application Design for Network Database
Chapter 9: Network Database Case Study
Chapter 10: Architecture of Wide-Column Databases
Chapter 11: Application Design for Wide-Column Database
Chapter 12: Wide-Column Database Case Study
Chapter 13: Thinking like a NoSQL Architect


Dan Sullivan Arsames Qajar