Helping Enterprises Say Yes to NoSQL: NoSQL Databases, Providers, and (Open) Sources

Helping Enterprises Say Yes to NoSQL: NoSQL Databases, Providers, and (Open) Sources

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15-Mar-2018
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Research Code: 9A37-00-3B-00-00
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This report is the second in a two-part series on NoSQL databases to provide a fuller view of the wide range of options available to those who (wisely) wish to deploy these technologies.

The companion report in this two-report series deals with the issues surrounding NoSQL DBs versus existing relational DBs; competitive issues among NoSQL providers; and more. This one is focused on serving as a useful guide, complete with links to virtually every relevant NoSQL solution:

·     For enterprises, to identify the many flavors of NoSQL available to them as they seek to deploy solutions.
·     For NoSQL and other big data and analytics (BDA) providers, to drive understanding of specific competitive technologies and providers.

Table of Contents

Introduction

An Array of Options at the Ready

Column and Wide Column Store DBs

Document Store DBs

Graph Store and RDF Triplestore DBs

Grid Data Store DBs

Key-value and Tuple Store DBs

Multi-model, Multi-dimensional, Multi-value, and Network Model DBs

Object DBs

Market Leaders

Stratecast - The Last Word

About Stratecast

About Frost & Sullivan

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This report is the second in a two-part series on NoSQL databases to provide a fuller view of the wide range of options available to those who (wisely) wish to deploy these technologies. The companion report in this two-report series deals with the issues surrounding NoSQL DBs versus existing relational DBs; competitive issues among NoSQL providers; and more. This one is focused on serving as a useful guide, complete with links to virtually every relevant NoSQL solution: · For enterprises, to identify the many flavors of NoSQL available to them as they seek to deploy solutions. · For NoSQL and other big data and analytics (BDA) providers, to drive understanding of specific competitive technologies and providers.
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Author Jeff Cotrupe
Industries Information Technology
WIP Number 9A37-00-3B-00-00
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GPS Codes 9455,9842,9A37-C1