- Nonrelational databases
- NoSQL databases
- found: Work cat:Joe Celko's complete guide to NoSQL: What every SQL professional needs to know about non-relational databases, 2013.
- found: Wikipedia, viewed July 26, 2013 (redirected from non-relational database: under article on NoSQL; also referred to as Not only SQL; "uses looser consistency models than traditional relational databases"; Carlo Strozzi named his database program NoSQL in 1998)
- found: Inspec, viewed July 26, 2013 (in uncontrolled indexing: non relational; in abstract: nonrelational database; examples of implementations: NoSQL; Cassandra; CouchDB, FlockDB, etc.; the recent advance in cloud computing and distributed web applications has created the need to store large amount of data in distributed databases that provide high avail- ability and scalability. In recent years, a growing number of companies have adopted various types of non-relational databases, commonly referred to as NoSQL databases)
- found: Stack Overflow web site, viewed July 26, 2013 (discussion under the question: "What is an exmple of a non-relational database?")
- 2013-07-26: new
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