Ever wonder how to migrate from a relational database management system (RDBMS) schema structure to a big data platform (NoSQL database implementation). This article (part 2 of an overall series; part 1 is here) offers some practical advice for such a migration.
In the following sections you'll find information that will show you the ins and outs of migrating from a traditional RDBMS schema structure to a big data storage structure. While most of the examples are made to be fairly generic, the final structure will be created for use in the "Wide Column / Column Family Store" variety. There are many ways of getting to the end goal. The process I illustrate is one of many, but it does work well for what I'm trying to show.
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