Day 3: Playing with Other Databases
Today we’re wrapping up our final database chapter by inviting some previous databases to play. Yet Redis will hold a starring role by making our interaction with other databases faster and easier.
We’ve learned throughout this book that different databases have different strengths, so many modern system designs have moved toward a polyglot persistence model, where many databases each play a role in the system. You’ll learn how to build one of these projects using CouchDB as the system of record (the canonical data source), Neo4j to handle data relationships, and Redis to help with data population and caching. Consider this your final exam.
Note that this project is not the authors’ endorsement of any ...