Tag Archives: NoSQL

Graph databases

Graph Database

  What is a Graph Database ? Graph databases address one of the biggest use cases, they leverage complex dynamic relationships between data points to generate insightful correlations. Graph Databases A graph database ¬†consists of a several nodes (vertices) with various types of relationships (edges) connecting these nodes. Think of a graph database as a simple white board drawing of all your facebook friends where each friend is a node and relationships (edges) are location, actual relationship. Image from NOSQL Distilled – A Brief Guide…

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What is NoSQL?

What is NoSQL?

What is NoSQL? Over the last decade there has been an explosion of users we probably had 1000 users per day hitting high traffic websites and today we have millions of users. Millions of users mean that applications need to handle the load of multiple users accessing the same data performing CRUD operations. This means modern web applications ¬†are collecting, processing and accessing multiple times more data than before. Also with apps going viral and sudden uptakes (black friday) in users accessing your app you…

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