Category Archives: temporal

Does Your DBMS Support Temporal Data?

Data changes over time, and many applications and users need to access data at different points in time. A traditional DBMS stores data that is implied to be valid now — at the current point-in-time. It doesn’t track the past … Continue reading

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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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