DBTA: The NoSQL Movement- Hype or Hope?

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If you spend any time at all reading IT trade journals and websites, you’ve no doubt heard about the NoSQL movement.  In a nutshell, NoSQL databases (also called post-relational databases) are a variety of loosely grouped means of storing data without requiring the SQL language.  Of course, we’ve had non-relational databases far longer than we’ve had actual relational databases.  Anyone who’s used products like IBM’s Lotus Notes can point to a popular non-relational database.  However, part and parcel of the NoSQL movement is the idea that the data repositories can horizontally scale with ease, since they’re used as the underpinnings of a website.  For that reason, NoSQL is strongly associated with web applications, since websites have a history of starting small and going “viral,” exhibiting explosive growth after word gets out. [READ MORE]

Posted Apr 7, 2010

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