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The Twelve Days of NoSQL: Day Twelve: Concluding Remarks


Originally posted on So Many Oracle Manuals, So Little Time:

Day One: Disruptive Innovation
Day Two: Requirements and Assumptions
Day Three: Functional Segmentation
Day Four: Sharding
Day Five: Replication and Eventual Consistency
Day Six: The False Premise of NoSQL
Day Seven: Schemaless Design
Day Eight: Oracle NoSQL Database
Day Nine: NoSQL Taxonomy
Day Ten: Big Data
Day Eleven: Mistakes of the relational camp
Day Twelve: Concluding Remarks

On the twelfth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me
Twelve drummers drumming.

Poster by Xavier Romero-Frias

Poster by Xavier Romero-Frias

The relational camp put productivity, ease-of-use, and logical elegance front and center. However, the mistakes and misconceptions of the relational camp prevent mainstream database management systems from achieving the performance levels required by modern applications. For example, Dr. Codd forbade nested relations (a.k.a.unnormalized relations) and mainstream database management systems equate the normalized set with the stored set.

The NoSQL camp on the other hand put performance, scalability, and reliability front and center. Understandably the NoSQL…

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