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Schema Modeling Patterns and Best Practices for Document Databases

by Nuri Halperin

Learn how to model and shape your documents when using document-oriented databases so that they serve your application in an optimal way. This course will teach you how to create and evaluate document structures across a variety of common use cases.

What you'll learn

How should I structure my document when using a document-oriented database such as MongoDB, CosmosDB, AWS DocumentDB, or CouchDB? In this course, Schema Modeling Patterns and Best Practices for Document Databases, you will learn to model and structure your document to best serve your application. First, you will learn how to evaluate your document model. Next, you will discover how to model entity relationships such as one-to-one, one-to-many, and one-to-few. Finally, you will explore how to apply the modeling principals to common real world scenarios. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of document-oriented modeling needed to design optimal documents for any need.

About the author

Nuri is owner of Plus N Consulting, a software and technology company. He is a passionate speaker, delivering technical know-how in regional and industry events. His 20 years of experience developing software span everything from shrink-wrapped consumer software, to line of business to e-commerce and dot-com with startups and large companies alike. He is active in the developer and maker communities, frequenting user groups, code camps, and maker spaces.

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