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NoSQL For Dummies

ISBN: 978-1-118-90562-3
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456 pages
January 2015
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Introduction 1

Part I: Getting Started with NoSQL 5

Chapter 1: Introducing NoSQL: The Big Picture 7

Chapter 2: NoSQL Database Design and Terminology 27

Chapter 3: Evaluating NoSQL 59

Part II: Key-Value Stores 95

Chapter 4: Common Features of Key-Value Stores 97

Chapter 5: Key-Value Stores in the Enterprise 105

Chapter 6: Key-Value Use Cases 111

Chapter 7: Key-Value Store Products 117

Chapter 8: Riak and Basho 133

Part III: Bigtable Clones 139

Chapter 9: Common Features of Bigtables 141

Chapter 10: Bigtable in the Enterprise 153

Chapter 11: Bigtable Use Cases 165

Chapter 12: Bigtable Products 171

Chapter 13: Cassandra and DataStax 193

Part IV: Document Databases 199

Chapter 14: Common Features of Document Databases 201

Chapter 15: Document Databases in the Enterprise 213

Chapter 16: Document Database Use Cases 221

Chapter 17: Document Database Products 233

Chapter 18: MongoDB 251

Part V: Graph and Triple Stores 257

Chapter 19: Common Features of Triple and Graph Stores 259

Chapter 20: Triple Stores in the Enterprise 275

Chapter 21: Triple Store Use Cases 283

Chapter 22: Triple Store Products 293

Chapter 23: Neo4j and Neo Technologies 309

Part VI: Search Engines 315

Chapter 24: Common Features of Search Engines 317

Chapter 25: Search Engines in the Enterprise 327

Chapter 26: Search Engine Use Cases 335

Chapter 27: Types of Search Engines 341

Chapter 28: Elasticsearch 353

Part VII: Hybrid NoSQL Databases 359

Chapter 29: Common Hybrid NoSQL Features 361

Chapter 30: Hybrid Databases in the Enterprise 369

Chapter 31: Hybrid NoSQL Database Use Cases 375

Chapter 32: Hybrid NoSQL Database Products 381

Chapter 33: MarkLogic 389

Part VIII: The Part of Tens 399

Chapter 34: Ten Advantages of NoSQL over RDBMS 401

Chapter 35: Ten NoSQL Misconceptions 407

Chapter 36: Ten Reasons Developers Love NoSQL 413

Index 419

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