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Elasticity: High-impact Strategies - What You Need to Know: Definitions, Adoptions, Impact, Benefits, Maturity, Vendors

Elasticity: High-impact Strategies - What You Need to Know: Definitions, Adoptions, Impact, Benefits, Maturity, Vendors

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The elasticity of a data store relates to the flexibility of its data model and clustering capabilities. The greater the number of data model changes that can be tolerated, and the more easily the clustering can be managed, the more elastic the data store is considered to be.This book is your ultimate resource for Elasticity. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know.In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about Elasticity right away, covering: Elasticity (data store), Data modeling, Anchor Modeling, APDM ArcGIS, Armstrong's axioms, Associative Entities, Attribute-value pair, Big data, Bitemporal Modeling, Building Explorer, Building Information Modeling, Business rule management system, Candidate key, Cardinality (data modeling), Peter Chen, Codd's 12 rules, Column (database), Compound key, Concept-oriented model, Conceptual schema, Core Data, Corticon, Current Research Information System, Data architect, Data Control Language, Data dictionary, Data domain, Data hierarchy, Data Manipulation Language, Data model, Data model (ArcGIS), Data model (GIS), Data redundancy, Database integrity, Database model, Database normalization, Database schema, Dependency (UML), Digital Author Identification, Dimensional modeling, Domain model, Domain relational calculus, Enterprise Data Modeling, Entity integrity, Entity-attribute-value model, Entity-relationship model, EuroCRIS, Event (UML), EXPRESS (data modeling language), Facility condition assessment, Facility Condition Index, Facility information model, FCO-IM, Field (computer science), First class (computing), Foreign key, Frameworx Shared Information/Data Model, Functional dependency, Fundamental modeling concepts, GenerativeComponents, Generic data model, Georelational data model, IDEF, IDEF1X, IDEF5, Identification (information), In-database processing, Information model, Inverse dimension, ISO 2146, JC3IEDM, Kalido, Key field, Log trigger, Logical data model, Logical schema, Lossless-Join Decomposition, Many-to-many (data model), Meta-Object Facility, Mobile Transaction Models, ModelRight, Multilateral Interoperability Programme, Multivalued dependency, Natural key, Network model (database), NEVOD DMB, NORMA, Object Definition Language, Object-Role Modeling, OSCRE, Physical data model, Problem domain, PureXML, Materialized view, Synonym (database), Relational Modelasmania, Relvar, Row (database), Schema evolution, Schema object, Semantic data model, Semantics of Business Vocabulary and Business Rules, Semi-structured data, Semi-structured model, Single Source of Truth, Single version of the truth, Slowly changing dimension, SmartGeometry Group, Standard data model, Standard Gibbs function of formation, Standard user model, Star schema, Structure of Management Information, Structured-Entity-Relationship-Model, Superkey, Surrogate key, Table (database), Table (information), Three schema approach, Transaction Control Language, Transition constraint, Tuple relational calculus, Tuple-versioning, Unique key, Validation rule, Virtual Design and Construction, Weak entity, White pages schema, Wide and narrow data, XML database, Xpath data model, YANG This book explains in-depth the real drivers and workings of Elasticity. It reduces the risk of your technology, time and resources investment decisions by enabling you to compare your understanding of Elasticity with the objectivity of experienced professionals.
The elasticity of a data store relates to the flexibility of its data model and clustering capabilities. The greater the number of data model changes that can be tolerated, and the more easily the clustering can be managed, the more elastic the data store is considered to be.This book is your ultimate resource for Elasticity. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know.In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about Elasticity right away, covering: Elasticity (data store), Data modeling, Anchor Modeling, APDM ArcGIS, Armstrong's axioms, Associative Entities, Attribute-value pair, Big data, Bitemporal Modeling, Building Explorer, Building Information Modeling, Business rule management system, Candidate key, Cardinality (data modeling), Peter Chen, Codd's 12 rules, Column (database), Compound key, Concept-oriented model, Conceptual schema, Core Data, Corticon, Current Research Information System, Data architect, Data Control Language, Data dictionary, Data domain, Data hierarchy, Data Manipulation Language, Data model, Data model (ArcGIS), Data model (GIS), Data redundancy, Database integrity, Database model, Database normalization, Database schema, Dependency (UML), Digital Author Identification, Dimensional modeling, Domain model, Domain relational calculus, Enterprise Data Modeling, Entity integrity, Entity-attribute-value model, Entity-relationship model, EuroCRIS, Event (UML), EXPRESS (data modeling language), Facility condition assessment, Facility Condition Index, Facility information model, FCO-IM, Field (computer science), First class (computing), Foreign key, Frameworx Shared Information/Data Model, Functional dependency, Fundamental modeling concepts, GenerativeComponents, Generic data model, Georelational data model, IDEF, IDEF1X, IDEF5, Identification (information), In-database processing, Information model, Inverse dimension, ISO 2146, JC3IEDM, Kalido, Key field, Log trigger, Logical data model, Logical schema, Lossless-Join Decomposition, Many-to-many (data model), Meta-Object Facility, Mobile Transaction Models, ModelRight, Multilateral Interoperability Programme, Multivalued dependency, Natural key, Network model (database), NEVOD DMB, NORMA, Object Definition Language, Object-Role Modeling, OSCRE, Physical data model, Problem domain, PureXML, Materialized view, Synonym (database), Relational Modelasmania, Relvar, Row (database), Schema evolution, Schema object, Semantic data model, Semantics of Business Vocabulary and Business Rules, Semi-structured data, Semi-structured model, Single Source of Truth, Single version of the truth, Slowly changing dimension, SmartGeometry Group, Standard data model, Standard Gibbs function of formation, Standard user model, Star schema, Structure of Management Information, Structured-Entity-Relationship-Model, Superkey, Surrogate key, Table (database), Table (information), Three schema approach, Transaction Control Language, Transition constraint, Tuple relational calculus, Tuple-versioning, Unique key, Validation rule, Virtual Design and Construction, Weak entity, White pages schema, Wide and narrow data, XML database, Xpath data model, YANG This book explains in-depth the real drivers and workings of Elasticity. It reduces the risk of your technology, time and resources investment decisions by enabling you to compare your understanding of Elasticity with the objectivity of experienced professionals.

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