Amazon DynamoDB Design Patterns and Best Practices

This session begins with an introduction to non-relational (NoSQL) databases and compares them with relational (SQL) databases. It also explains the fundamentals of Amazon DynamoDB, a fully managed NoSQL database service.Learn the fundamentals of DynamoDB and see

Apache Cassandra: Building Apps on Eventually-consistent Databases

At Sky, we use Cassandra for database persistence in our Online Video Platform – the system which delivers all OTT video content to both Sky and NOW TV customers – and yes, that includes handling huge spikes

Understand Your Data

If your CSV, JSON, XML, database table, NoSQL store or Java Object has “20160704000000” in it as a String or even a number then you are part of the Big Data problem and a long way from

OrientDB 2nd Generation NoSQL

NoSQL claim was to use the right database model for the right domain. Bad news, in most cases a single database model is not enough! In last years NoSQL experienced a huge upward trend, offering new data

NoSQL Biggest Lie: SQL Never Went Away

NoSQL databases threw out SQL for querying, while their authors focused on solving problems on scale, speed and availability. The trouble is, the need for rich query never went away. Neither did SQL; it was only resting.