In relation to the Microsoft/PRMIA event that Brian moderated at last night in New York, I spotted this article recently that tries to map out all the different databases that are now commercially available in some form, from SQL to No SQL and all the various incarnations and flavours in between:
NoSQL is an unfortunate name in my view for the loose family of non-relational database technologies associated with “Big Data”. NotRelational might be a better description (catchy eh? thought not…) , but either way I don’t like the negatives in both of these titles, due to aestetics and in this case because it could be taken to imply that these technologies are critical of SQL and relational technology that we have all been using for years.…
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