Sunday, December 3, 2017

DBMS for Analytics: Risky Business Without Foundation Knowledge (Part 1)

My December post @All Analytics.

A new study finding that "non-relational database management systems now comprising 70% of analytics data sources" attributes their popularity to "superiority" to RDBMSs in satisfying analytics needs. There are good reasons to be skeptical of such findings, but even if this one were true, the arguments advanced in support of the attribution are rooted in the misconceptions due to poor foundation knowledge debunked by this blog (and in more depth at dbdebunk.com). Let's see.

Read it all (and please comment there, not here).




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