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From SQL to noSQL

A session at MidwestPHP Conference 2014

Sunday 16th March, 2014

11:00am to 11:45am (CST)

In this talk I will explain the differences between different types of noSQL databases as well as the CAP theorem. I will then progress to illustrate which paradign shifts are necessary to succesfully implement noSQL, using MongoDB as an example. The approaches to schema design, fault tolerance, the network breaking and latency are all things that are inherent to scalability with noSQL solutions and with this talk you will learn how to use MongoDB effectively considering all the above mentioned situations. Covered subjects will be: CAP theorem, schema design, dealing with error situations and architecture of multi-node set-ups.

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Derick Rethans

PHP internals person, author of Xdebug; OpenStreetMap and mapping enthusiast. Works as PHP Engineer/Evangelist on MongoDB.

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Time 11:00am11:45am CST

Date Sun 16th March 2014

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#mwphp14

Short URL

lanyrd.com/scwyhm

Official session page

www.midwestphp.org/…ns/sql-nosql/

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