"NoSQL" encompasses many ideas, including the type and size of the targeted data, its physical storage on disk, its logical organization, how queries are expressed, and how the database software is managed. It is a way of doing databases that is different from that of the traditional RDBMS, and it makes a lot of sense, given the limitations of traditional technologies and emerging needs in our changing world. But what if databases were unnecessary altogether? In this session we will explore idea of taking "no SQL" to it's logical conclusion.
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