Explaining SQL and NoSQL, to Grandma


Over the last 15 years, many new databases have come to the market as part of the No-SQL movement. These include key-value stores such as Redis and Amazon DynamoDB, wide-column stores such as Cassandra and HBase, document stores such as MongoDB and Couchbase, and graph databases and search engines such as Elasticsearch and Solr. This is a high-level overview of SQL and NoSQL.


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