How are modern document-oriented and graph NoSQL databases differ from the old network and hierarchical databases from the 60s? [on hold]
I became interested in this question after reading this short blog post.The title is: "NoSQL - reinventing the failure of hierarchical databases". This made me think what the real benefits and ...
Background To start off, at work I work with a legacy system that, in its day, was quite spectacular, but now is ...interesting... to work with. It uses IBM (now Rocket) UniVerse as its backing ...
My Project: I have employees who are required to go through a checklist when they encounter a duck, a cat, and a human. In our business, we have a set number of ducks, cats, and humans that come in ...
I've been checking out Berkeley DB and was impressed to find that it supported a SQL interface that is "nearly identical" to SQLite. ...
I am working on the application which in near future (hopefully) will have to process tens or hundreds of thousands of items (item is currently one row in relational database table) per second. If I ...
I am using a library that returns a JSON object (as a string, but I think that's standard), and I would like to store the contents of this object into a local database. I'm fairly fresh-faced in ...
In discussions about NoSQL vs SQL databases, I sometimes hear that companies prefer to use schemaless NoSQL databases because it is problematic to migrate the schema to a new version. But is that ...
I'm a SQL guy, but I know there is Not Only SQL databases - document-database mostly. As with most technologies there are pro and cons for each technology. I've read some articles, but they were too ...