SQL vs. NoSQL

NoSQL databases are all the rage, but the case to switch from SQL databases is not always as clear cut as you might have been led to believe. Know what's what, and then decide.

Daniel Bartholomew works for Monty Program as a technical writer and system administrator. He lives with his wife and children in North Carolina and often can be found hanging out on both #linuxjournal and #maria on Freenode IRC.

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Yap what more can you say

Tsvetan Filev's picture

Yes this article exactly matches the situation today with SQL/NoSQL movements.
Very good analysis.

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