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  • NoSQL vs ACID compliant

    What is the difference between 'NoSQL’ databases as compared with ‘ACID-compliant’ databases?

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  • Which database is better: MySQL or NoSQL?

    We are e-learning company and have a product based on client server model. We are currently using MySQL but facing problems with the installation as it takes longer time to install all the prerequisites. Is there a better way or better database option available? Switching to NoSQL-Mongo DB will be...

    RyanHaris5 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the difference between horizontally and vertically scaling a database?

    I'm working with two different databases (NoSQL and MySQL) and we're looking to measure the scalability of each database. What's the difference between vertically and horizontally scaling each one? I would appreciate any help.

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  • Why is NoSQL better than traditional RDBMS?

    I'm relatively new to the database world and I'm just getting into NoSQL. I want to know what makes NoSQL better than traditional RDBMS?

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  • What should I do for my career: SQL or NoSQL?

    What should I do for my career: SQL or NoSQL? Please help me...I'm confused on what to do.

    madhanmohan15 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the best NoSQL database for storing files?

    I know this is a more general question but I have several big binary files and I'm looking for the best NoSQL database to store them in. Can anyone share their experience with NoSQL? Thanks!

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  • How can we store passwords in reversible form?

    We have a PHP application that use to bash scripts / provide a username and password for remote systems. Currently, we're trying to find a place to store these records that can be accessible by the PHP. We're thinking of NoSQL but the problem is that the hashing / storing of these credentials is...

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  • Will the big data market continue at this explosive pace?

    The big data industry (Hadoop, NoSQL, and in-memory analytic engines) is booming as Wikibon predicts the market will exceed $47 billion by 2017. Wikibon analyst Jeff Kelly says while big data started out with the web companies, it's now taking off in almost every industry. Will the big data market...

    Michael Tidmarsh34,110 pointsBadges:
  • What’s your biggest data problem? (Answer to win a free book)

    Data management is of growing concern now, and there are lots of ways to tame the beast. What issues has your organization had with managing or analyzing data? Have you come up with any solutions yet?We'll give a free copy of Making Sense of NoSQL (read an excerpt here) to the member who offers up...

    Ben Rubenstein8,140 pointsBadges:
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