Today many organizations are exploring new, more cost-effective ways to manage and process large amounts of data. One alternative to traditional RDBMS solutions is open-source NoSQL solutions.
NoSQL databases are non-relational and designed for storing unstructured data. They provide many benefits including flexibility, scalability, and performance that many businesses need to drive new, innovative services and revenue streams.
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The top five open-source NoSQL databases: Cassandra, Couchbase Server, HBase, MongoDB, and Neo4J
The pros and cons of using each of the top five open-source NoSQL databases
Support options for the open-source NoSQL databases described in this guide
This clear and concise reference guide will provide you with the background needed to help you determine if open-source NoSQL technologies are right for your business—as either a complementary technology to an existing RDBMS or as a replacement.