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What is Document Stores?

December 26, 2012 2 comments

In my last article I explained Key-Value Stores. I’ll explain about Document Stores which is one of the subcategory of NoSQL Databases. As name explains this category is store of semi-structured documents which supports formats like JSON. Attractively rather than calling rows they call individual row as document. Read more…

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What is Key-Value Stores?

December 25, 2012 2 comments

In my previous article I explained about categories of NoSQL Databases and in this series of articles I’ll explain all four categories in details.

Let’s look at the essentially key-value stores. Which are really the most common and the most foundational, and also the most general purpose of NoSQL Database. They are not necessarily the most popular because Key-Value stores tend to be less exotic as compare to other NoSQL Databases. But they tend to fit so many different purposes especially well suited to a great variety of applications. Read more…

NoSQL Categories Breakdown

December 25, 2012 2 comments

As covered in my [last post]. In the era of Big Data, good old RDBMS concepts are no longer the right concepts for many unstructured and semi-structured database jobs. Here is another attempt to explain NoSQL with their Architecture and Categories. Read more…

What is NoSQL

September 28, 2012 3 comments

Now a days in IT Industry everyone is talking about NoSQL Databases. And most of them are not aware of what exactly NoSQL is where we can implement it. In this article I’m trying to explain about what is NoSQL Databases and how different they are from Relational Databases. In order to understand NoSQL I’ll put some light on Relational Database Model. Read more…

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