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NOSQL And NewSQL: A Comparison Of Distributed Database Systems

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NOSQL And NEWSQL: Two Takes On Distributed Database Architecture

Many IT organizations have become familiar with database tradeoffs, often wrestling with the fundamental decision between relational and non-relational databases. Organizations that needed a highly available distributed database chose non-relational NoSQL, while those that needed strong consistency and transactions chose relational SQL.

Non-relational databases introduced a spate of novel query languages, the most prominent of which is the Cassandra Query Language (CQL). Common CQL-compliant databases include Apache Cassandra, Scylla, DataStax Enterprise, and even Microsoft’s cloud-native Azure Cosmos DB and Amazon Keyspaces.

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