NoSQL


MongoDB, Neo4j, Redis, Cassandra and Co.

As more and more data emerges, the demands on databases have also changed. NoSQL has become more and more popular in the course of database evolution and classic relational databases have been pushed into the background. This can be explained by the boom in unstructured data and easier access to the Internet. Today’s NoSQL databases are simply better tailored to the needs of modern companies than classical RDBMS. In the gridscale tutorial section you will always find up-to-date and interesting articles about the topic ” Not Only SQL”. Convince yourself in many examples, which possibilities and advantages NoSQL has to offer. High scalability, schema flexibility, distributed computing, no complex relationships and lower costs are the strengths of NoSQL.


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