NoSQL and XML

  • A data modeler joined a panel….

    A data modeler joined a panel…sounds like the beginning of a good joke. However, a couple of weeks ago...

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  • Process of elimination

    Recently during our NoSQL Training Week, our class attendees had to come up with criteria for deciding when to...

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  • Blockchain on Data Modeling

    I am talking about the impact of blockchain on data modeling for an upcoming ER/Studio Webinar, and here are...

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  • From VSAM to MongoDB

    An organization facing big data pressures is migrating from VSAM to MongoDB. Although VSAM is 1970s technology, it stores...

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  • Unstructured data classwords

    Each attribute on our data model ends in a classword. For example, “Number” is the classword in Account Number,...

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  • Evolutionary or revolutionary approach to modeling NoSQL?

      The symbols we use on our data models were created with relational databases in mind. Luckily, conceptual and...

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  • Reverse Engineering a MongoDB Document

    You are the data modeler responsible for building a logical data model of an existing NoSQL MongoDB database. Your...

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  • Create a logical data model?

    You are a data modeler creating the design for a non-relational database. “Non-relational” means the underlying database does not...

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  • Where does XML fit?

    I have been working on the 2nd Edition of Data Modeling Made Simple, and the last chapter addresses several...

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    Steve Hoberman
  • Can NoSQL = YesDG?

    On a recent consulting assignment, I compared an enterprise data model to a data warehouse data model to a...

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    Steve Hoberman