What is NoSQL?
NoSQL (sometimes also called ‘Not Only SQL’) is a collection of database categories based with non-relational models.
These systems offer excellent scalability, performance and flexibility, as well as simpler maintenance and cheaper hardware requirements. As a result, they’re popular options for enterprise-level ‘big data’ and network visualization.
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Categories of NoSQL Database
The NoSQL data models broadly fall into three categories:
Key value / Column Stores
The most basic NoSQL data model, with each item stored as a name (or key) with a value, ideal for non-complex data. Examples include CouchBase, DynamoDB, Cassandra and HBase.
Data is stored as flexible objects known as documents, ideal when richer or semi-structured data is being stored. Examples include CouchDB and MongoDB.
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