Data Modeling: Learn How to Convert Schema on Read Into Schema on Write

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See what a JSON document looks like, understand how to read it, and learn how to convert it to a standard relational data model.
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As consumers and customers, we are accustomed to easy, intuitive and superfast transactions driven by data. We all need the confidence and trust that digital transactions will work as expected. Enterprises are challenged with complexity because of the size of their organization when it comes to data backup and recovery. Some key

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The Many Faces of Metadata Management

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Few things bring down the value of data faster than confusion and uncertainty about what it is, where it came from, and whether it is good quality data. Yet as more users seek to access and interact with data and reports for business intelligence and analytics and as data sources become larger and more varied, confusion and uncertainty spread fast. Executives, managers, regulatory administrators, and other key personnel cannot rely on their reports, KPIs, and dashboards. Users cannot even find reports that the organization is producing. Instead, users spend more of their time trying to locate data and reports and correcting mistakes than they do applying data insights to solve business problems.
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MONETIZING BIG DATA CUSTOMER CASE STUDY WITH UNILOG

Paxata

commercializing or sharing their data for revenue. Unilog, a global technology company specializing in enterprise e-commerce solutions and product content services in the B2B marketplace, is an example of one company who successfully monetized upstream manufacturing by enriching, cleaning and joining data needed by its customers – using Paxata’s data preparation solution.
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How to Handle NoSQL with a Relational Database

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It can be difficult to scale out relational databases and provide more schema flexibility, thus the rise of NoSQL. However, you shouldn’t have to sacrifice data integrity and transactions in order to scale out on commodity hardware and support semi-structured data. By using an RDBMS with built-in sharding and JSON support, you don’t have to. You get the scalability and flexibility of a NoSQL database along with the consistency and reliability of a relational database – and the ability to mix and match relational and JSON data. In this webinar, we’ll explain how MariaDB Platform can be deployed as a NoSQL database by using the Spider storage engine and built-in SQL functions for JSON. In addition, we’ll discuss how you can access relational data as JSON documents, and how to enforce data integrity if a relational data model is extended with JSON
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Cloud Data Strategies for Mission-Critical, Distributed Applications

When organizations need to move quickly to launch new, digitally transformed applications that rely on terabytes (if not petabytes) of data, they cannot afford to wait for legacy database management systems to catch up. Cloud computing platforms give organizations the ability to stand up systems quickly, but if the data layer cannot offer the linear scalability, low latency, high availability, performance, fault tolerance, security, and agility needed for today’s 24/7 applications, organizations will never realize their objectives.
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As consumers and customers, we are accustomed to easy, intuitive and superfast transactions driven by data. We all need the confidence and trust that digital transactions will work as expected. Enterprises are challenged with complexity because of the size of their organization when it comes to data backup and recovery. Some key

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