Monday Apr 29
The Rise of Multi-model Databases
Nowadays, you must handle many types, structures and data formats in your organizations - JSON, graph, spatial, series, relational etc. - supporting a variety of use cases and workloads. Multi-model databases seem to be the next natural step in the evolution of databases.
First used in 2012 by Luca Garulli, the term "multi-model" describes an approach designed to support multiple data models against a single, integrated backend and was considered as a response to the Martin Fowler's "polyglot persistence" approach.
In this talk, we will look at the database landscape evolution including two multi-model databases examples: one built from ground up, and an extended RDBMS.
This talks is from our partner.
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