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Part I: The Database Revolution 1. Three Database Revolutions 2. Google, Big Data, and Hadoop 3. Sharding, Amazon, and the Birth of NoSQL 4. Document Databases 5. Graph Databases 6. Columnar Databases 7. SSD and In-Memory Technologies Part II: The New Architectures 8. Distribution and Clustering Models 9. Consistency Models 10. Data Models 11. Data Models and Storage 12. Access Methods and APIs Part III: Afterword 13. Where to Next? Part IV: Appendixes A. Next Generation Database Survey
Guy Harrison has worked with database technologies for more than 30 years. He is the Executive Director of Database tools R&D for the Dell Software Group and has is the author of five books on database development and optimization. He has written a monthly column for Database Trends and Applications for more than 10 years on Big Data, NoSQL, and Application development. Guy lives in Melbourne, Australia and has no leisure skills.
"The author has a deep background in modern databases from both industry and academic aspects. Many fundamental research papers in related fields are used in this book. ... In general, a book this good is not often seen. It will greatly benefit people from both industry and academia who study next-generation databases in this modern, big data era." (Feng Yu, Computing Reviews, computingreviews.com, June, 2016)