What is NoSQL?


NoSQL typically refers to an approach to data management and database design that is useful for dealing with large sets of distributed data.

A NoSQL database is a class of database management systems that does not follow all of the rules of a relational DBMS, meaning that it doesn’t use the traditional SQL to query data.

These types of databases are typically well suited for use with very large databases due to the problems caused by the limitations of SQL and the relational model of databases.

But what are the key advantages of a NoSQL database? Find out on the next page.

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Year Introduced:

1998 NoSQL term used by Carlo Strozzi.

Invented by :

Carlo Strozzi.

Open Source or Proprietary:

Open Source

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