howto learn generic NoSQL? Not specific MongoDB or Hadoop!
Do you recommend this book? I know SQL (Oracle)
Use the different types of NoSQL databases
Create a database management system using NoSQL
Access and analyze massive amounts of unstructured data
Learn everything you need to know about NoSQL databases and how to use them
NoSQL databases are critical for managing big data. This easy, friendly guide provides specific evaluation criteria for choosing the NoSQL database that’s ideal for your organization. You’ll also gain an understanding of how to use NoSQL databases for mission-critical enterprise architectures and projects, with real-world examples to show you how.
First, the basics — learn the basic tenets of NoSQL databases and how they serve big data needs that relational databases can’t handle
So many choices — get an in-depth look at the benefits and disadvantages of the most popular NoSQL database options
Meet the players — explore some of the major NoSQL database types, including Cassandra, MongoDB, MarkLogic, and Neo4J
How to choose — see how to examine the needs of your organization as they relate to the capabilities of specific NoSQL databases
Real stuff — discover how to spot business and technical problems that NoSQL can solve and how to use NoSQL databases in complex, mission-critical applications
Boost your value — get the information you need to ramp up your enterprise’s data architecture for cutting-edge competitiveness
Open the book and find:
What you need to know when choosing a NoSQL database
How NoSQL is structured to manage different data types
All about BigTables
Tips on document database use
Factors to evaluate when comparing databases
Interesting stuff about Elasticsearch
Ten NoSQL misconceptions
Why developers love NoSQL
About the Author
Adam Fowler is a principal sales engineer with MarkLogic, Inc. He has previously worked for IPK, FileNet, and IBM as well as smaller companies. Adam writes for and runs a popular blog on NoSQL and big data, which is republished on DZone.com. He’s a frequent speaker at NoSQL conferences.