Monthly Archives: October 2013

21 NoSQL Innovators to Look for in 2020

In the ever-evolving world of enterprise IT, choice is generally considered a good thing – albeit having too many choices can create confusion and uncertainty. For those application owners, database administrators and IT directors who pine for the good old days when one could count the number of enterprise-class databases (DBs) on one or two hands, the relational-database-solves-all-our-data-management-requirements days are long gone.

Thanks to the explosion of Big Data throughout every industry sector and requirements for real-time, predictive and other forms of now indispensable transactions and analytics to drive revenue and business outcomes, today there are more than 50 DBs in a variety of categories that address different aspects of the Big Data conundrum. Welcome to the new normal world of NoSQL – or, Not only Structured Query Language – a term used to designate databases which differ from classic relational databases in some way.
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