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Non-relational Databases and Supporting Mixed Workloads

Non-relational Databases and Supporting Mixed Workloads

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Suppose that you’re building an e-commerce platform and as part of the exercise, you need to come up with a new data architecture for inventory management. You need to support fast, transactional workloads to actually keep track of inventory in near real-time.

The business would also like to be able to answer questions such as “based on historical data, when should we restock on widgets and gizmos?” and “who are the people that are buying widgets and generally, where are they located?” Your data architecture needs to support mixed workloads.

Where would you start?

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