NoSQL versus SQL-driven Relational Databases: The Battle for Your Data

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This Stratecast report will analyze the structure (and lack of structure) that characterizes Big Data, and the next-generation databases that have evolved to adapt to a changing data world. The report will reveal how nearly every reader has likely already used one of those next-gen databases this very day—and make specific recommendations on how organizations can leverage the best database systems, regardless of type, to harness the power of Big Data.

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NoSQL versus SQL-driven Relational Databases: The Battle for Your DataSPIE 2012 #36 - October 5/2012IntroductionBig Data: It's a Structure ThingQuick History, Evolution--and Pronunciation Guide--for a New Type of DBSelected NoSQL Databases and ProvidersStratecast - The Last WordAbout Stratecast




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