Tag: NoSQL

7.9.13 In this presentation Nanda will dive into: • The most popular topics from this year's COLLABORATE 13 conference • Answers to your real-time questions (via the Twitter hashtag #IOUGInsider) • Big Data for Oracle Professionals If you ever wondered what Big Data is but were inundated with buzzwords like Hadoop, MapReduce, Hive and Pig…

NoSQL based databases such as MongoDB, Cassandra and Couchbase have become mainstream and Oracle RDBMS heavy enterprises are struggling to take them on. In order to be successful, Database organizations in these enterprises need to understand and create database selection criteria, NoSQL design and deployment standards, standard operating procedures (SOPs), adequate QA/PoC testing, vendor management,…

The terms Big Data, NoSQL and IoT are on every Database related technical article but what do they really mean for you, the Oracle professional? Come hear from a longtime Oracle ACE what they really mean and how they will affect your future. Includes some practical advice from the speaker on how to learn, use…

Big Data promises big benefits to your organization, but it real barriers exist in achieving these benefits.  Today's Big Data projects face serious challenges around skills, application integration, and security.  Oracle Big Data SQL radically reduces these barriers to entry by providing unified query and management of data in Oracle Database, Hadoop, and beyond.  In…

A good understanding of NoSQL database technologies that can be used to support a Big Data implementation is essential for today’s Oracle professional. In this 2-hour deep-dive technical session, you will learn what Big Data brings to the table as well as the concepts behind the underlying NoSQL data stores, in comparison to its ancestor…

In this session, get up to date on the latest features found in the Oracle NoSQL Database. The session will present on the topics of leveraging Secondary Indexes, Security features, Oracle Enterprise Manager, Data Center support and more. PowerPoint

Frequently the terms NoSQL and Big Data are conflated – many view them as synonyms. It’s understandable – both technologies eschew the relational data model and spread data across clusters of servers, versus relational database technology which favors centralized computing. But the “problems” these technologies address are quite different. Hadoop, the Big Data poster child,…

The speaker will present the integration of a BI dashboard with Oracle NoSQL to demonstrate the integration of structured data such as financial data with unstructured data from social media using parallel processing of data through Hadoop.

This is a two-part session that will take place on Monday and Tuesday. The database landscape is evolving as new, scalable data stores emerge. Key value stores, large tabular stores, and document-oriented databases offer a compelling alternative to the traditional relational database. By removing joins and loosening ACID constraints, this new class of non-relational or…

SQL is arguably the world's most popular programming language today, and SQL database servers and systems are used in the majority of mission-critical business applications. However, many applications need capabilities such as transactions, concurrency, and high performance usually associated with database servers, without the query flexibility or overhead of SQL. Oracle Berkeley Database transactional key-value…