New Database Technology
from NoSQL to SQL, and from in-memory to Appliance

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Description

The world of database technology has been and is changing rapidly. Analytical databaseservers, NoSQL databaseservers, database appliances, graph databaseservers, Hadoop, and MapReduce, are the concepts being talked about today. The database market is not restricted to classic SQL database servers anymore. Many new and revolutionary database technologies and products have become available for Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence.
Some of these technologies make it possible to run queries we always thought impossible; others can store and process incredible amounts of data; there are those that have been optimized for Operational Business Intelligence; some try to minimize the costs of managing database servers; and again others have been designed to minimize the TCO and increase flexibility.
This seminar is intended for anyone who has to stay up to date on the new developments in the database world, including Data Warehouse designers, Business Intelligence experts, database specialists, database administrators, database experts, consultants, and technology planners.

What you will learn

  • What the applications areas are of Hadoop and MapReduce
  • How to embed Hadoop in Business Intelligence systems
  • When to use NoSQL and when to use analytical SQL database servers
  • What the database concepts are of NoSQL systems
  • What the restrictions are of no SQL technology available on NoSQL
  • What the technologies are used by analytical SQL database servers
  • How to learn from real-life experiences when deploying NoSQL

Main Topics

  • Lessons learned from the history of database technology
  • Is Big Data hype or reality?
  • The growing need for more scalability, performance, and availability
  • NoSQL and Hadoop Database Stores
  • Analytical SQL Database Servers
  • Exploring Data in NoSQL Systems Using SQL
  • NewSQ: High-scalable Transactional Database Servers