Document-Oriented Data Design

Key takeaways
  • Why do we want to use a document database? When should we use it and when shouldn't
  • Deeper understanding about No-SQL in general and document databases in particular
  • General principles and theory of data modeling for a document database.
  • Trade-offs and performance considerations of data modeling

Document-Oriented NoSQL databases have great potential to provide flexibility, scalability, and performance for their users. The first and the most important step is to build your foundation by planning the way you store data ina a very different database from the traditional RDBMS.

In this session I will talk about the basic principles of document data modeling and practical knowledge required for building a performant and fast database.

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