IT - Database

NoSQL vs SQL
jaxenter, April 1st, 2021
Individual databases have different strengths and weaknesses, and two important broad database categories are 'relational' (SQL) and 'non-relational' (NoSQL/Not-Only-SQL).

"The two frameworks are increasingly crossing over with each other but the two principally model data differently - offering either acute integrity or agile scalability.

With Couchbase predicted to debut in the stock market in the first half of 2021 for as much as $3 billion - after quietly filing an IPO - the conversation of 'SQL vs NoSQL' is even more rapidly travelling beyond just ears in niche community forums, and becoming a major public matter. Let's take a look at the key differences when choosing between the two for your big data management..."

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