Tag Archives: NoSQL

Where Does NoSQL work well?

It seems not too long ago that NoSQL was the hottest thing on the market. MongoDB was leading the charge, with tremendous growth as a company and many developers looking to adopt their platform. I remember years ago going to … Continue reading

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Mongodb Encryption

The last decade has seen a number of new database platforms get implemented in a variety of organizations. Most of the newer popular platforms have been NoSQL (Not Only SQL) products, and one of the first that became quite popular … Continue reading

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The Age of Multiple Databases

I can still remember learning to store data in files, reading one record at a time, testing for end of lines and end of files. It was slow and cumbersome, but for a teenager, it was amazing. We built applications … Continue reading

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The Relational Database is the Default

It seems that I regularly meet people in the SQL community that are asked about moving their datastore to a NoSQL type of database. In a mature system, that might be a conversation worth having, especially if there are issues … Continue reading

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