NoSQL For Dummies (2015)

Introduction

Part I. Getting Started with NoSQL

Chapter 1. Introducing NoSQL: The Big Picture

Chapter 2. NoSQL Database Design and Terminology

Chapter 3. Evaluating NoSQL

Part II. Key-Value Stores

Chapter 4. Common Features of Key-Value Stores

Chapter 5. Key-Value Stores in the Enterprise

Chapter 6. Key-Value Use Cases

Chapter 7. Key-Value Store Products

Chapter 8. Riak and Basho

Part III. Bigtable Clones

Chapter 9. Common Features of Bigtables

Chapter 10. Bigtable in the Enterprise

Chapter 11. Bigtable Use Cases

Chapter 12. Bigtable Products

Chapter 13. Cassandra and DataStax

Part IV. Document Databases

Chapter 14. Common Features of Document Databases

Chapter 15. Document Databases in the Enterprise

Chapter 16. Document Database Use Cases

Chapter 17. Document Database Products

Chapter 18. MongoDB

Part V. Graph and Triple Stores

Chapter 19. Common Features of Triple and Graph Stores

Chapter 20. Triple Stores in the Enterprise

Chapter 21. Triple Store Use Cases

Chapter 22. Triple Store Products

Chapter 23. Neo4j and Neo Technologies

Part VI. Search Engines

Chapter 24. Common Features of Search Engines

Chapter 25. Search Engines in the Enterprise

Chapter 26. Search Engine Use Cases

Chapter 27. Types of Search Engines

Chapter 28. Elasticsearch

Part VII. Hybrid NoSQL Databases

Chapter 29. Common Hybrid NoSQL Features

Chapter 30. Hybrid Databases in the Enterprise

Chapter 31. Hybrid NoSQL Database Use Cases

Chapter 32. Hybrid NoSQL Database Products

Chapter 33. MarkLogic

Part VIII. The Part of Tens

Chapter 34. Ten Advantages of NoSQL over RDBMS

Chapter 35. Ten NoSQL Misconceptions

Chapter 36. Ten Reasons Developers Love NoSQL