How have organizations evolved their SQL and NoSQL database strategies to handle big data?
Only 14% of organizations run exclusively NoSQL databases on the backend of their big data applications. This report covers why and how organizations adapt their SQL and NoSQL databases in the era of big data. In this report, you will learn:
- Why ~60% of organizations run a mix of SQL and NoSQL databases to manage their big data applications
- How organizations are improving their big data capabilities
- How SQL databases have adapted to support cloud applications
- How to choose the right database for your big data applications and services
What's In This Report?
In this Trend Report, Dzone surveyed 433 developer and IT organizations to understand how they have adapted their SQL and NoSQL database strategies to extract the most value from their big data applications. The report highlights DZone’s original research on the evaluation and evolution of databases in the big data era. It includes a focus on the big data trends organizations will be investing in over the next two years, as well as a spotlight on the emerging market of cloud-native SQL databases.