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SQL Server 2017 as a Graph Database

Graph database support is one of the new feature offered in SQL Server 2017. Even though SQL Server 2017 first release is not competitive enough compare to Market leaders such as Neo4j it provides good startup features. 1,186 more words


Invoking a Stored Procedure from a partitioned CosmosDB collection from Logic Apps

I struggled a little to make that work, so I thought I would share the learning in order to accelerate your future endeavour.

I was looking at a way to populate a CosmosDB quickly with random data. 404 more words


MongoDB Serial

The world of databases has changed significantly in the last eight years or so. Do you remember the time when word database was equivalent to a relational database? 207 more words


Serverless and Playing Around With MongoDB Atlas

Serverless is quite a buzz word this year, isn’t it? It’s a shiny new term that caused many debates and even conflicts among developers. In fact, at the moment you are reading this (assuming in 2017.) there are already many meet-ups and conferences dedicated to the serverless architecture, its benefits, and pitfalls. 926 more words

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Reason to use SQL/NoSQL

When it comes to database technology, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution. That’s why many businesses rely on both relational and non-relational databases for different tasks. Even as NoSQL databases gain popularity for their speed and scalability, there are still situations where a highly structured SQL database may be preferable… 293 more words


What is NoSQL?

A NoSQL (originally referring to “non SQL” or “non relational”) database provides a mechanism for storage and retrieval of data that is modeled in means other than the tabular relations used in relational databases. 395 more words


MongoDB Quickstart with Python: A new, free course to teach you MongoDB

Have you been wanting to learn MongoDB or how to work with it from Python? If you’ve been on the fence about taking an online course or have been unhappy with ones you’ve taken before, here’s… 114 more words

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