NoSQL (Not Only SQL) is a database mechanism developed for storage, analysis and access of large volume of unstructured data. NoSQL allows schema-less data storage which is not possible with relational database storage. The benefits of using NoSQL database include high scalability, simpler designs and higher availability with more precise control. The ability to comfortably manage big data is another significant reason for the adoption of NoSQL databases. The lack of awareness regarding NoSQL benefits over relational database approaches is a major restraint for the wider adoption of NoSQL technology. Lack of infrastructure to support NoSQL solutions also limits its adoption among enterprises. However, in the next few years, the awareness would increase and NoSQL databases would witness rapid adoption in order to support explosively increased business data, especially, in social networks, retail, e-commerce, etc.
The market is segmented into types of NoSQL databases, into categories such as document store, key-value stores, graph based databases and column storage. According to applications, the market is classified into data storage, e-Commerce, web applications, social networking, mobile applications and data analytics. Geographically, the market is segmented across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Latin America, Middle East & Africa (LAMEA).
In order to gain competitive insights of the market, leading players are analyzed in the report along with their key business strategies. The report covers an analysis of key vendors such as MongoDB, Cassandra, Couchbase, Neo4j, MarkLogic, Amazon Web Services, Basho Technologies, Aerospike, InfiniteGraph and Hypertable Inc.
The global NoSQL market is segmented on the basis of types, applications, and geographies.
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