The relational database has been the dominant database model for many years. However, a new model called NoSQL is gaining significant attention. NoSQL DBs are non-relational data stores that have been employed in various scenarios, where traditional RDBMS features matter less, and the improved performance of storing or retrieving relatively simple data sets matters most. The relational and the NoSQL database model are each good for specific applications. Depending on the problem to solve, a NoSQL or a relational model can be advantageous. In this session we present some typical use cases and how they can be solved with both NoSQL and the RDMBS databases. Will there be clear a winner or is there room for both NoSQL and RDMBS in the future?
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