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2 days ago by neuralmarket
Engagement, functions, resources – a connected digital enterprise architecture
"Connected digital technologies are reshaping enterprise architectures around a platform of engagement functions & resources to support next-gen applications"
cloud  platforms  -  infrastructure  and  architecture  collaboration  sharing  digital  productivity  devops  nosql  the  open  source  stack  frictionless  enterprise  xaas 
6 days ago by jonerp
Data Migrations for NoSQL with Curator
The NoSQL movement has brought us a wave of new data stores beyond the traditional relational databases. These data stores come with their own tradeoffs, but they provide some incredible benefits.

One great feature of relational databases, however, is the consistency in the shape of the data. You know if you have a people table, every row has the same columns. Furthermore, if you want to rename or modify a column, it's a simple operation. We lose this ability most NoSQL databases. We can easily add attributes (columns), but we cannot easily rename them or change the data within each document (row).

Since apps are always evolving, we needed a way for our data to keep up with our code. Our solution is something we're calling lazy data migrations.
database  nosql  migrations 
7 days ago by dagh
Using NoSQL databases as a persistence infrastructure | Microsoft Docs
When you use NoSQL databases for your infrastructure data tier, you typically do not use an ORM like Entity Framework Core. Instead you use the API provided by the NoSQL engine, such as Azure Cosmos DB, MongoDB, Cassandra, RavenDB, CouchDB, or Azure Storage Tables.
nosql  dotnet 
8 days ago by andyhuey
NoSQL Data Modeling Techniques – Highly Scalable Blog
In this article I provide a short comparison of NoSQL system families from the data modeling point of view and digest several common modeling techniques. I would like to thank Daniel Kirkdorffer who reviewed the article and cleaned up the grammar. To  explore data modeling techniques, we have to start with a more or less systematic view of NoSQL data models that preferably reveals trends and interconnections. The following figure depicts imaginary “evolution” of the major NoSQL system families, namely, Key-Value stores, BigTable-style databases, Document databases, Full Text Search Engines, and Graph databases:
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18 days ago by danesparza

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