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19. MySQL NDB Cluster as a NoSQL Database

Jesper Wisborg Krogh and Mikiya Okuno2
(1)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
(2)
Tochigi, Japan
 
This chapter discusses various ways to develop applications using MySQL NDB Cluster as a NoSQL database. MySQL NDB Cluster has several types of NoSQL protocols, and they can access the same data as SQL but without the overhead of using an SQL query interface. Being able to access the same data via different protocols is one of the best things about MySQL NDB Cluster when developing practical applications.

Why NoSQL?

SQL is a perfect, self-contained language in the sense ...

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