Tag Archives: NoSQL

The Full Court CosmosDB Press

This year at the PASS Summit, Dr. Rimma Nehme (b|t) will give another keynote address. She has spoken at a number of previous Summits, and is a very popular speaker. This time her topic is CosmosDB, which is where she’s been … Continue reading

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Losing Rows

There has been a lot of hype in the last 3-4 years around NoSQL databases. Note that NoSQL isn’t Not SQL, but rather Not Only SQL, implying that the SQL language still has a place here. In fact, a number … Continue reading

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How Much Eventual Consistency Do You Have?

There’s a never ending debate about NoSQL v RDBMS systems that seems to polarize the people that prefer one technology over the other. In fact, it seems that every time I talk to someone that dislikes NoSQL technology in general, … Continue reading

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NoSQL Complaints

I think that NoSQL databases are a really interesting set of technologies, however they aren’t necessarily a panacea for many problems, including scalability. There are likely some problem domains where a particular NoSQL technology might work better than an RDBMS, … Continue reading

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