Cassandra vs. MongoDB vs. Hbase: A Comparison of NoSQL Databases

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Cassandra vs. MongoDB vs. Hbase: A Comparison of NoSQL Databases

Mon, 17/06/2019 - 09:00
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Unlike traditional SQL databases, NoSQL databases, or “non-SQL” databases, do not store their data in tabular relations. Originally designed for modern web-scale databases, they have found widespread use in present-day big data and real-time web applications. Some of the most commonly used data structures include key-value, wide column, graph, and document stores. As NoSQL databases do not adhere to a strict schema, they can handle large volumes of structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data.

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