Data Modeling for NoSQL Databases

Lecturer: Guy Shtub 18.7.2023

Designed for organizations migrating from SQL to NoSQL or optimizing any NoSQL data model, this talk will assist practitioners looking to advance their understanding of data modeling for NoSQL Databases. We’ll cover various topics, from building a solid foundation on NoSQL to correcting your course if you’re heading down a dangerous path.

You will learn how to:

  • Determine what NoSQL data modeling techniques will be most performant for your specific usage patterns.
  • Apply common key-value and key-key-value (e.g., Amazon DynamoDB, Google BigTable, Apache Cassandra, ScyllaDB) data modeling strategies in the context of a sample application.
  • Apply NoSQL data modeling best practices to avoid mistakes that have troubled some of the world’s top engineering teams in production.

About the lecturer:
Guy Shtub is Head of Training at ScyllaDB and holds a B.SC. degree in Software Engineering from Ben Gurion University. He co-founded two start-ups and is experienced in creating products that people love.



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