This tutorial will provide an in-depth tutorial on various forms of NOSQL (NotOnlySQL) datastores (key/value, data structure store, document store and wide column stores) for working with semi- structured data. The data ranges from web logs to social and knowledge graphs to configuration data stores for cloud infrastructures and other domains.
Session #1 – Opening Game
8:30-9:30 – NOSQL : Toil,Tears & Sweat! - Quick look at Data Clouds
- NOSQL – An overview
- NOSQL – Tales from the field
- NOSQL – Themes
9:30-10:00 – Detour/Scenic Route : MongoDB [HandsOn]
Session #2 – The Pragmas
10:00-10:30 – ABCs of NOSQL [ACID, BASE & CAP]
10:30-11:00 – Cassandra – Anatomy of a NOSQL Column Datastore
11:00-11:30 – Detour/Scenic Route : Cassandra [HandsOn]
Session #3 – The Mechanics 11:30-12:30 – NOSQL How do they do it ? Algorithmics & Mechanisms
Homework – NOSQL & Beer
Read NOSQL papers.
Explore more with the NOSQL AMI. Visit back for more hands on scripts.
NOTE: As a part of the NOSQL Tutorial, there will be hands on exercise based on a data cloud hosted in Amazon EC2. Amazon has sent us credit vouchers for $25 which we will give out at the beginning of the tutorial. But you should have an aws account before the start of the tutorial, otherwise we might spend time in setup. So please go to the Amazon EC2 page. Click “Sign up for Amazon EC2” button and follow the on-screen instructions.
Krishna Sankar is currently a Distinguished Engineer with Cisco Systems Inc, part of the CTO’s Office, and working on various aspects of Cloud Computing. He been developing systems for the last 20+ years – from C/CPM to Cobol to Ada to Java to .. lately working on the cloud domain internally and externally. He is also the co-chair of the DMTF Cloud Incubator group. His interests include strategic Web 2.0 mechanics and mechanisms, highly scalable Web architectures and frameworks, social and knowledge graphs, collaborative social networks and intelligent inferences. Occasionally he writes about them at doubleclix.wordpress.com. He also writes books – works include Cisco Wireless LAN Security and the latest one Enterprise Web 2.0 . His other passion is Lego Robotics and is fortunate enough to participate as technical judge in local and Lego world competitions.
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