What is NoSQL

NoSQL, originally meaning “not only SQL”, designates databases that have a different approach to data storage and retrieval than the traditional relational database management systems.

Relational databases rely on tables, columns, rows, and schemas. In contrast, NoSQL databases rely on data models that are more flexible. Among these are key-value stores, document databases, wide-column stores and graph stores. Their data scheme is designed to perform faster and increase the volume of data treated. NoSQL databases are particularly useful for storing data that is not structured such as social media data.

They can also be used for the storage of photos, articles, videos or content.

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