|Volume XVIII Issue 44 | November 13, 2017|
SQL and NoSQL databases were once managed as distinct systems by physically separated teams. As they become mission critical, companies should consider managing them together, inside joint projects. This week, we discuss meeting the need for enterprises to combine the two.
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|JOINING SQL AND MONGO TOGETHER IN ONE IDE
The last few years have seen an explosion in the use of NoSQL databases. With the rise of big data driving mainstream adoption in an ever-growing number of enterprises. NoSQL provider MongoDB’s impending IPO demonstrates the expansion in the market and strong long-term prospects… more >>
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