Introduction to NoSQL and MongoDB

Why NoSQL – Let’s see introduction to NoSQL and MongoDB

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What is the background to NoSQL
What has driven the demand for NoSQL databases
How is NoSQL different from more traditional databases

Basics of NoSQL – The different types of NoSQL database

Find out about the four main types of NoSQL database:

Key value stores
Wide-column databases
Graph stores
Document stores

Basics of NoSQL – Overview of document databases and MongoDB

Dig deeper into the details of document databases and MongoDB.

Basics of NoSQL – Database concepts

Get an introduction to database concepts for MongoDB and understand how they differ from relational databases.

Back to Basics 2.2 – Installing MongoDB

A tutorial on how to:

Download MongoDB
Connect via the MongoDB shell
Insert your first record

Basics of NoSQL – Building a basic blogging application

Build a basic blogging application on MongoDB. Understand how your approach will differ from building an application using a relational database.

Basics of NoSQL – Adding an index
Basics of NoSQL – Data durablity and replica sets

Learn how using replica sets enables high availability and data durability.

Basics of NoSQL – Developing with replica sets

Understand how using replica sets in MongoDB affects database consistency.

Basics of NoSQL – What is sharding and why use it

Find out how:

Sharding allows you to partition and distribute data across multiple machines
MongoDB uses sharding to support deployments with very large and high throughput operations

Basics of NoSQL – Sharding how to distribute data

Gain an understanding of how MongoDB partitions sharded data into chunks.

Basics of NoSQL – Sharding routing requests

Learn how sharding requests are routed and the importance of choosing the right shard key.
Learn how to add an index to your blog application.


MongoDB CRUD Operations

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