Technologies we use

Non-Relational Databases Non-Relational Databases

What is a non-relational database?

Types of non-relational databases

Key-value stores
Key-value stores

in which values are accessed via keys in a hash table,

Document-based stores
Document-based stores

where key-value pairs are compressed documents, consisting of data encoded in a form such as JSON, XML, etc.,

Wide-column stores
Wide-column stores

where data is stored in columns (accessible via a row key), not rows as it is in a traditional SQL system,

Graph stores
Graph stores

where data is represented by a network of graph.

Accessing data quickly and in a simple way
Accessing data quickly and in a simple way

rather than focusing on the reliability of transactions,

Storing large volume of data
Storing large volume of data

without wanting to lock oneself into a schema that could be later difficult to change,

Uploading data from multiple sources
Uploading data from multiple sources

and wanting to store it in its original form for maximum flexibility,

Storing data in hierarchical structures
Storing data in hierarchical structures

that are described by data itself, without any external schema.

Non-relational databases can be excellent data stores for modern applications. Do you need NoSQL in your business? Get in touch.

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The benefits of using NoSQL databases

MongoDB

Redis

ElasticSearch

Do you think that a scalable, performative, low-cost, high availability noSQL database might be right your project? Are you dealing with Big Data? Contact us and we will show how you can benefit from the use of a NoSQL database and choose the technology most suitable for your application!

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