Have The Tables Turned on NoSQL? — After you get over the clever headline, this is a reflection on the growth of NoSQL solutions in the prior decade, their weaknesses, and the resurgence of SQL as a ‘gold standard.’
Appears in lists (1)
More like this (3)
The Battle of the NoSQL Databases: Comparing MongoDB and CouchDB
Why NoSQL < SQL and What It Means for the Future 🔮 — Follow along on...Why NoSQL < SQL and What It Means for the Future 🔮 — Follow along on this Star Wars-infused history of databases, from a New Hope to NoSQL Strikes Back and Return of the SQL, compiled by your friends (and original trilogy fans) at Timescale.
SQL, NoSQL, and Scale: How DynamoDB Scales Where Relational Databases Don't — It’s only a hunch,...SQL, NoSQL, and Scale: How DynamoDB Scales Where Relational Databases Don't — It’s only a hunch, but I think we’re only going to see DynamoDB and some of its concepts continue to become more popular this decade. This interesting, lengthy article digs deep into scalability and how DynamoDB’s ‘restrictions’ (or tradeoffs) help avoid scaling problems.