Slides: Moving from a Relational Model to NoSQL

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About the Webinar

Businesses are quickly moving to NoSQL databases to power their modern applications. However, a technology migration involves risk, especially if you have to change your data model. What if you could host a relatively unmodified RDBMS schema on your NoSQL database, then optimize it over time?

This webinar will show architects and application developers how to achieve the benefits of NoSQL without denormalizing their data. You’ll learn how to migrate a table-based data model to JSON documents, tweak your queries for relational JSON data, and create indexes to support fast query performance.

We’ll also demonstrate how to:

  • Use SQL for JSON to query your data and create joins
  • Optimize indexes and perform HashMap queries
  • Spot opportunities to optimize data models after migration

About the Speaker

Andrew Oliver

Director of Product Marketing / Product Evangelism, Couchbase

Andrew C. Oliver taught himself to code when he was 8. By 20 he was a DBA because he was the last one who knew how to operate the database and HP UX boxes. A few years later, he created an open-source project now called Apache POI, which involved reverse-engineering Microsoft’s binary file formats. He was an early hire at one of the early open-source start-ups, JBoss, before it sold to Red Hat. For years, he wrote a column for InfoWorld covering developer, database, and AI trends. Now he focuses on telling Couchbase’s story to a technical audience.

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