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Tutorial: 7 Databases in 170 Minutes – NoSQL Now!

Apr 17, 2016   //   by Karen Lopez   //    //  No Comments

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Level: Intermediate
We’ve been busy keeping relational data consistent, high quality, and available. But over the last few years, new database and datastore technologies have come to the enterprise with different data stories. Do we need all our data to be consistent everywhere? What does data quality mean for analytics? Will we need relational databases?Learn how traditional and new database technologies fit in a modern data architecture. We will talk about the underlying concepts and terminology such as CAP, ACID and BASE and how they form the basis of evaluating each of the categories of databases. Learn about graph, Hadoop, relational, key value, document, columnar, and column family databases and how and when they should be considered. We’ll show you demos of each.

Finally, we will wrap up with 7+ tips for working with new hybrid data architectures: tools, techniques and standards.

Use code ‘DATACHICK’ to save $50 to $200 on registration.

 

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Mar 13, 2013   //   by Karen Lopez   //   Blog, Data, Data Modeling, Database Design, Fun, Snark  //  3 Comments

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Meme Monday–11 Word Blog Post

Apr 4, 2011   //   by Karen Lopez   //   Blog, Data, Database, Social Networking  //  No Comments

I just found out via Twitter (If you aren’t there, you are losing out on most of the world’s conversations) that Rebecca Mitchell (Blog | Twitter) has tagged me (asked me to write this blog post) as part of this theme.

Tom LaRock (Blog | Twitter) originally blogged this 11 Word Blog Post theme:  “Write a SQL blog post in 11 words or less”.  Here are my 11 Words:

Design is all about cost, benefit and risk.  Love your Data.

I’m tagging Rob Drysdale (Blog | Twitter) and Tom Bilcze (Twitter ) next.  Get writing, guys.

Thanks for tagging me, Rebecca!

Half Day Seminar 7 April #EDW11 – 10 Physical Data Modeling Blunders – Discount Coupon

Mar 30, 2011   //   by Karen Lopez   //   Blog, Data, Data Modeling, Database, Speaking  //  No Comments

imageFor 24 Hours of PASS Virtual conference,  I gave a short, 40 minute overview of 5 Physical Design blunders.  At Enterprise Data World in Chicago on 7 April, I’m giving a half day seminar on 10 Blunders (NOW with 5 BONUS BLUNDERS!).  Unlike the virtual conference, this workshop will have demos and labs – PLUS 5 BONUS BLUNDERS!

If you act quickly, I have a special deal for those of you who want to join me for this event: A discount coupon.  The normal one day admission is $795.  But if you register now, you can register for the Thursday full day, including my seminar, for only $195.  Yes, that’s a $600 savings to be part of the biggest blunderfest best seminar of the conference.

Coupon code DATACHICK for $600 off ($195 net total)

Use this registration link to get yourself set up.  And don’t forget to use the coupon code DATACHICK to save that $600.  There are still great hotel rates, too.

Join me at the world’s largest vendor-neutral data management conference.  See you there!

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