What is NoSQL?
NoSQL object technology makes it easy for software developers to handle database requirements for extremely complex object models. The world’s largest companies use NoSQL for applications with large-scale data management. high availability, fault tolerance, and synchronous and asynchronous replication, requirements. NoSQL doesn’t need mapping code to store or retrieve objects, so schema modifications are handled without application downtime.
Code Less, Conceive More, Run Faster
“Performance, robustness and scalability were the characteristics we were looking for. We were impressed by the speed of response delivered by the NoSQL dual-cache system and the robustness of the solution.”
Ismail Gazarin, Chief Information Officer, EidosMedia
NoSQL Object Data Model Simplifies
Three choices for implementation using C/C++, Java, and .NET software development kits
|How to Choose the Right Product:||NoSQL Database||NoSQL JPA||NoSQL Fast Objects|
|C / C++|
|Minimal administration – no specialized DBA required|
|Dual client/server caching architecture – improve performance by balancing resources|
|Multicore scalability – get the most value from your hardware|
|No mapping code required – focus on the business problem|
|Online schema evolution – update your application without downtime|
“With NoSQL, we now have a technology at our fingertips that has significantly simplified our work. The data obtained from the satellite is available in the NoSQL database on the same day. Faster and better understanding of the instrument data results in more efficient operation of the satellite, which ultimately means more and better scientific information.”
Dr. Johannes Riedinger, Herschel Mission Manager, European Space Agency (ESA)
Network Route Optimization
Large telecommunications companies use NoSQL JPA to run route optimization algorithms in the Data Services function of their Operating Support Systems. The key benefit is the ability to handle very complex networks for relationships, with orders of magnitude faster traversal and identification of patterns.
Medical and scientific companies use NoSQL to manage metadata and telemetry information from instruments, providing time-critical access to complex relational data that is best represented in an object model. NoSQL provides the persistence, data integrity, abstraction, and replication to ensure applications can manage, navigate and access complex data structures.
Retailers, online services, and financial services companies use NoSQL to manage and search large volumes of data for patterns that identify unauthorized transactions or access to protect their business and customers. Using rules-based pattern recognition and advanced statistical methods, these applications rely on NoSQL to be highly configurable, customizable, and scalable to deal with rapid changes in strategy and rules to react to evolving threats.
Publishers use NoSQL as the data manager for their content management systems. NoSQL handles complex schemas of structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data objects that represent different content and metadata, delivering a flexible and responsive system that can evolve over time to handle new data types and schemas.
The performance and object orientation of the NoSQL database is a perfect fit for real-time simulation and modeling systems. NoSQL supports high performance object data ingestion and retrieval, and provides developer tools that are easier to use compared to a traditional SQL database. Reservoir simulations for oil exploration as well as weather simulations for government and commercial applications use NSQL.