Databases

Published: Sunday, 5 April 2020

Databases

Databases are used for data storage, choosing one depends on your use case. Factors such as licensing costs, base size, operating procedures, scalability, transaction isolation, consistency and team knowledge should be considered.

Relation Databases

Relational databases are traditional databases that include Oracle, DB2, PostgreSQL and MySQL.

Non relational databases are also referred to as NoSQL databases.

Document Databases

MongoDB

Key-value Databases

Redis

Graph Databases

Neo4j

Embedded Databases

You can have lightweight database included in your application, such as SQLite or Berkeley DB.


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