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Progressive NOSQL Tutorials (May 9-11)
Skills Matter is pleased to announce the First Progressive NOSQL Tutorials, the annual NOSQL conference offering a unique blend of product and experience mixed, and tempered with theory and practice. Find out more here
Ian Robinson and Jim Webber's Neo4J Tutorial
"Graph databases like Neo4j are an esoteric and powerful member of the NOSQL family. For highly connected data, graph databases can be thousands of times faster than relational databases, making Neo4j popular for managing complex data across many domains from finance to social, and telecoms to geospatial. This intensive two-day tutorial provides a mixture of theory and hands-on practical sessions to demonstrate the capabilities of graph data and the Neo4j database. Find out more here
Ayende Rahien's RavenDB Workshop
In Ayende Rahien's fast-paced and interactive 2-day RavenDB workshop, you will learn how to use this Document Database tool efficiently in your applications to save time and effort on communicating with database storage.
You will learn how to build large scale and performant applications, map objects and collections to database structures successfully.
Join this RavenDB course to build a practical application which will demonstrate the all important data management patterns.
Upon completion of this RavenDB course, you will be able to build database-backed applications faster and more efficiently. Find out more here
Richard Low's Cassandra Tutorial
This Cassandra training course covers everything you need to know, to successfully build applications using Cassandra. You will also learn how to deploy, scale and maintain your Cassandra cluster.
In this Cassandra course you will both learn how to develop with Cassandra, including about data model concepts, application design, APIs and drivers, as well as how to administer Cassandra: you will learn all aspects of implementing your first cluster, configuring it, scaling it as well as covering diagnosis, troubleshooting and operational tips. Find out more here
MongoDB for Developers
This two-day course spans the MongoDB gamut, covering CRUD, schema design, performance tuning, map-reduce, replication, and sharding.
This course prepares you to:
- Understand the MongoDB command shell, query API, and driver tools.
- Design schemas that take advantage of the document data model and of MongoDB’s core features.
- Understand how typical RDBMS schemas can be migrated to MongoDB.
- Build efficient indexes and troubleshoot slow queries.
- Configure both master/slave replication and replica sets.
- Determine when to set up a shard cluster and how to configure it.
- Troubleshoot common issues and failure scenarios.
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Brian Sletten's Semantic Web Technologies Bootcamp
Brian Sletten's five day Semantic Web Technologies Bootcamp provides a broad, example-driven and compelling vision of computing's future. Organisations are struggling with data integration solutions that operate at the wrong level of abstraction or are shackled to legacy systems with no idea of how to modernize incrementally. Their service-oriented architectures decompose business processes into services without the ability to identify and protect the information that flows through these services. In this course, you will learn how the technical and business value of Web semantics is available and useful today behind firewalls as well as on the public Web.
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Udi Dahan's Advanced Distributed Systems Design with SOA
This very intensive 5-day workshop will help you take the pain out of designing large-scale distributed systems. New technologies make it easier to comply with today’s communications and security standards, but they won't magically provide you with a robust and scalable system. Join Udi for a course packed with the wisdom of companies like SUN, Amazon and eBay. Tried-and-true theories and fallacies will be shown, helping you to avoid costly mistakes. Communications patterns like publish/subscribe and correlated one-way request/response will be demonstrated, in conjunction with advanced object-oriented state management practices for long-running workflows. If you enjoy deep architectural discussion, join! To find out more, please go here