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Relational Database to NoSQL Conversion by Schema Migration and Mapping

Neelima Kuderu, Dr. Vijaya Kumari, , ,
JNTUH, Hyderabad

In pc software development, migration from a Data Base Management System (DBMS) to NOSQL, specifically applications like material administration systems with distinct attributes is a challenge for coders and database directors. Changes in the application rule in purchase to comply with new DBMS tend to be generally vast, causing migrations infeasible. In order to tackle this problem that is nagging we present RDBDMS-to-NoSQL by schema migration and query mapping to help conveniently migrating from relational DBMS to NoSQL DBMS. This framework is presented in two components: (1) schema mapping by reverting the forms that are regular, (2) mapping SQL query to NoSQL. Initial one is a set of practices enabling migration that is smooth relational DBMS to NOSQL DBMS. The latter provides a persistence layer to process database needs, becoming capable to translate and execute these demands in any DBMS, going back the information in a format that is suitable really. Experiments shown that the proposed design is scalable and robust to manage volume that is huge of of applications such CMS that contrasted to conventional relational DBMS techniques.

Neelima Kuderu ," Relational Database to NoSQL Conversion by Schema Migration and Mapping”, International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends, Volume 3, Issue 9, September-2016, pp. 506-513

Keywords : Big Data, RDBMS, NoSQL, SQL, Schema Migration, SQL Mapping, CMS, Denormalization

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