Nokia: Lessons Learnt Migrating a Very Large and Highly Relational Database into a "Classic" NoSQL
Enda Farrell discusses how they ported Nokia’s places registry to NoSQL, the reasons, the complexity involved and the lessons learned along the way in terms of people, tools and data.
Enda Farrell is the technical architect for Nokia's Ovi Places Registry which is a large database of map points of interest. At present he's converting the persistence layer from being a highly relational model to NoSQL. Enda spent 4 years at the BBC building one of the largest production installation of CouchDB. In the past, he spent 9 years as an engineer and then architect at Sapient.
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