NoSql (It’s “Not only SQL” not “No to Sql”)

This is my first post on NoSql database technologies. There have been drastic changes in database technologies over the few years. Increase in user’s requests, high availability of applications, real time performance forced to think on different database technologies. We have traditional RDBMS, memory and NoSql databases available in market to suffice particular business needs.... Continue Reading →

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