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12. Spring with NoSQL

Marten Deinum, Daniel Rubio2 and Josh Long3

(1)Meppel, Drenthe, The Netherlands

(2)F. Bahia, Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico

(3)Apartment 205, Canyon Country, California, USA

Most applications use a relational database such as Oracle, MySQL, or PostgreSQL; however, there is more to data storage than just SQL databases. There are

  • Relational databases (Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL, etc.)

  • Document stores (MongoDB, Couchbase)

  • Key-value stores (Redis, Volgemort)

  • Column stores (Cassandra)

  • Graph stores (Neo4j, Giraph)

Each of these technologies (and all of the implementations) works in ...

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