Course Title: Contemporary Storage Systems ProgrammingView Course Outline
Admit Term: 2018 Spring 1182
As trends toward integrating smart devices, social media, and streaming technologies increases, so too does the volume, velocity, and variety of an organization's data. In this course, you will explore how various databases scale and flex to accommodate these types of semi-structured, sparse, and/or massive data sets - from document-oriented data, to data that are best organized in column families, key-value pairs, or for predictive analysis. In this course, students will learn how to work with several NoSQL databases, and they will learn how to use a relational database's platform to extract, load, and transform data into a NoSQL environment. By the end of the course, students will be able to match various business problems to their best and most fitting database solutions.
Prerequisite(s) for this course
- PROG1735 - Database Essentials
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