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Awesome NoSQL Guides

Curated list of awesome resources and links about using NoSQL databases

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Overview of NoSQL

Gorton and Klein (2014) paper to discuss software engineering concerns when dealing with big data systems in terms of distribution, data, and deployment. Also accessible here.

Discussion on Stack Overflow on best use cases for using NoSQL databases over traditional SQL databases.

A 149-page document outlining motives and rationale for NoSQL databases, and common concepts, techniques and patterns among these databases; last updated around 2011.

General overview and examples of NoSQL database schema types, while covering CAP theorem tradeoffs.

Data Structures and Modeling

Best practices (as of 2018) of structuring your data if your database uses JSON.

This articles provides a short comparison of NoSQL system families from the data modeling point of view and digests several common modeling techniques.

Data modeling help specific to MongoDB, ranging from schema validation and example patterns. However, concepts may carry over to other document NoSQL databases.

Essay argues that despite existing schema-less databases, thoughtful database modeling is important to gain knowledge and insights using algorithms.

Despite popular belief that NoSQL are schema-less, this article outlines how NoSQL databases follow "query driven design" and considerations for this flexibility in schema.

Trade-Offs in CAP/Brewer's Theorem

Visual display of trade-offs in the CAP theorem among different NoSQL databases.

Reviews CAP theorem and maps common NoSQL databases to CAP categories to help choose one.

Crowd-Sourced Information

In your opinion, which papers and books are mandatory to really understand NoSQL subject?".

Common terms talked about in the database world and here are answers from others.

Wikipedia entry on all things NoSQL databases.

Graph Databases

Although documents geared towards Neo4j, concepts are applicable to all graph databases.

Discusses the basics of modeling your data and which approach you should take.

Directly related to Neo4j, but possibly applicable to any graph database.

Brief introduction to graph data modeling and is an introduction to the book, "Graph Data Modeling for NoSQL and SQL" by Thomas Frisendal.

Criticisms and Debates

Miscellaneous