A Guide: NoSQL or Relational Database, Which One is Suitable for Your Requirements?

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Title
A Guide: NoSQL or Relational Database, Which One is Suitable for Your Requirements?
Creator
Zan Zhang
Degree Name
<p>This project was submitted as part of the requirements for the Masters in Management and Information Systems program.</p>
Project Type
professional_project
Date
6/13/2017
Abstract
<p>Database systems are critical to the operation of organizations. In the long-term, relational databases, using SQL (Structured Query Language) programming, have dominated the database field. Nevertheless, the emergence of the NoSQL database has changed this situation gradually. More and more organizations are considering the NoSQL databases for their operations. Both these two database systems have their advantages and disadvantages. These systems operate on fundamentally different principles and have different characteristics. However, there is no clear guidance for choosing which database type to use in various situations. To solve this problem, this paper examines specific databases, such as NoSQL ( MongoDB) and relational database (Oracle), to compare their properties in different business and technology situations. Conclusions are made based on the present analysis to solve the problems as a guide.</p>
Keywords
NoSQL, MongoDB, RDBMS, Horizontal scalability, Big data
Committee Member
David Olson, Scott Morse, John Leadley
Rights
Western Oregon University Library has determined, as of 05/31/2023, this item is in copyright, which is held by the author. Users may use the item in accordance with copyright limitations and exceptions, including fair use. For other uses, please ask permission from the author.
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Language
eng
Date Available
6/13/2017
Type
Text
Identifier
computerscience_studentpubs/13
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Subject
Management Information Systems
department or school name within institution
Computer Science