Linked by MOS6510 on Fri 2nd Aug 2013 18:06 UTC
Let’s say you’ve decided to set up a website or an application. You'll obviously need something to manage the data. Yes, that's right, a database. So, what is it going to be? MySQL, MS-SQL, Oracle or PostgreSQL? After all, nothing can be as amazing as a good old RDBMS that employs SQL to manage the data.

Well, allow me to introduce to you an entirely unique and unconventional Database model - NoSQL.

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by Soulbender on Sat 3rd Aug 2013 04:11 UTC in reply to "..."
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Eh, NoSQL and RDBMS's solve different problems and it's not only about scalability.
If your data is relational then an RDBMS is the best choice but for data that isn't relational (and a lot of data isn't) you might want to look at NoSQL. At least it might reduce the chance that you use an RDBMS as a glorified flat-file storage...

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