NoSQL Training in Bangalore
The rapid growth of the internet has introduced Big Data as a real-world concept and its massive quantities of rapidly evolving, unstructured information from diverse sources. Organizations need to store and process this unstructured information in a timely and cost effective way, leading to the adoption of the computer cluster as the infrastructure of choice. Computer clusters have given greater impetus to the development of distributed systems that take full advantage of this infrastructure.
One such distributed system for large data processing is Apache Spark. These courses are about distributed persistence technologies, focusing on NoSQL databases, and their query languages.
Since Big Data usually means unstructured data, the NoSQL databases don’t make an attempt to impose a relational model. The NoSQL eco-system has four distinct data models: key-value, document, column-family, and graph.
The NoSQL databases distinguish themselves, in addition to the four different data models, in their approach to leveraging the cluster. The CAP theorem helps us understand the differences in the data models as well as the approach.