Modern day computer systems capture, store and manipulate very large amounts of data, which cannot be adequately stored in traditional relational databases. It is to address the need for greater scalability, flexibility, availability and lower costs, that non-relational or NoSQL databases were developed. This course covers the different types of NoSQL databases available, the type of data that is stored and manipulated by them and which database technology is best to suited to different real-world data problems including geospatial and data visualisation applications.
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- South Bank: Semester 2
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