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NoSQL is a database that stores and retrieves data in a way that doesn’t require tables or schemas. NoSQL is “non-relational” (hence the name “NoSQL”). And compared to SQL, NoSQL is a lot more flexible due to its lack of clear schema definitions—perfect for fast-growing startups while SQL is sometimes more suited for established companies. NoSQL gained a lot of traction in the mid-late 2000s but some companies have struggled to scale NoSQL databases.
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Learn the fundamentals of Apache CouchDB.
Learn about the functions of Cassandra required to build a Cassandra-based application.
Learn how to develop with Cassandra.
Learn to use the NoSQL database Redis.
Learn how to use all parts of the MEAN stack together to create functional full-stack applications.
Learn about DynamoDB and its benefits.