Category Archives: relational

FaunaDB: A multi-model, distributed database system with ACID consistency

Although relational, SQL database systems continue to dominate the DBMS market, modern database management has shifted to encompass additional types of database systems. This is exemplified in the rise of the NoSQL database system to serve the needs of modern … Continue reading

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A Useful Guide to Data Fundamentals from Fabian Pascal

Today’s blog post is a quick review of Fabian Pascal’s latest book The DBDEBUNK Guide to Misconceptions and Data Fundamentals. Those of you who know Pascal will know what to expect — a no-holds barred treatise on the fundamentals of … Continue reading

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An Overview of Today’s Leading DBMS Platforms

Recently I wrote a series of DBMS product descriptions/overviews for the TechTarget web portal. The product descriptions were an adjunct a 7 part series of articles I wrote reviewing DBMS technology and considerations circa 2015. Anyway, the purpose of today’s post … Continue reading

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