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Tutorial: Riak Schema Design

Just a few days after posting about the “art” and need for data modeling in the NoSQL world, Basho guys have started a series of articles on Riak schema design.

While the ☞ first post was a bit more philosophical (or call it high-level), the ☞ second one is more hands-on and presents various approaches of modeling relationships with a key-value store or document store. Personally, I’ve kind of liked the Riak links[1] approach as soon as I ☞read about it.

PS: Guys, I hope you’ve already prepared the beers ;-).

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