A case study of a real-world system storing billions of images in a hybrid Oracle relational and NoSQL configuration.
Images are stored in a highly available high performance distributed database built with Enterprise Oracle NoSQL.
Metadata for these images is stored in an Oracle relational database using Oracle Active Data Guard to provide high availability and read performance.
Presentation will emphasize practical considerations and lessons learned when such a hybrid configuration is used to store high-value data, where data integrity is very important. Topics discussed will include performance, scalability, high availability, disaster recovery, security, and manageability of the system.
1. Description of case study
2. Why not use just a relational database
3. Pros and cons of an Oracle NoSQL solution
4. Why use a hybrid relational and NoSQL architecture
5. Practical considerations for a hybrid architecture
6. Lessons learned and suggestions
Discuss pros and cons of using a hybrid relational and NoSQL architecture for high-performance, highly available systems.
Practical considerations when such a hybrid configuration is used to store high-value data, where data integrity is very important.
Lessons learned and suggestions
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