RavenDB enables you to build scalable, high-performance NoSQL applications. This course will cover the basics of RavenDB, including what features it offers, usage with .NET, querying & indexing, and management using the powerful Studio interface.
RavenDB is a cross-platform NoSQL distributed document database designed for small to enterprise-level applications. In this course, RavenDB 4: Getting Started, you’ll learn how to leverage RavenDB in the context of .NET application development. First, you’ll learn what RavenDB brings to the table and what problems it will help solve. Next, you’ll see how to create, update, and query data with the .NET client SDK. Finally, you’ll discover how to manage Raven using the first-class "Studio" UI experience. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have a foundational knowledge of Raven enabling you to use it in your next NoSQL-based application.
Kamran Ayub is a full-stack engineer specializing in C#, .NET, Node.js, and TypeScript. He's a huge fan of open source and of sharing what he knows.
Hi everyone, my name is Kamran Ayub and welcome to my course RavenDB: 4 Getting Started.
I’m a developer, instructor, speaker, and all-around technologist with experience at multiple Fortune 500 companies building small to massive-scale web applications.
RavenDB is an open source cross-platform NoSQL document database that’s been around for years--but the latest version has been rewritten from the ground up! This course is an introduction for folks new to Raven or for those of you who want to see what’s new in 4.0.
Some of the major topics that we will cover include:
Raven concepts and features
The new Studio management interface
Basic document operations
Querying and indexing
By the end of this course, you’ll understand what Raven brings to the table and have a solid foundation to get started building your own applications powered by Raven.
I hope you’ll join me on this journey to learn Raven with the RavenDB 4: Getting Started course, at Pluralsight.