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IF RDBMS = SQL Server, NoSQL = ???

SQL Server is, arguably, the leading relational database management system out there. With continuous development and enhancement of exciting features it’s advancing faster than one could imagine. The release of SQL Server 2016 SP1 and, very recently, SQL Server 2017 says it all, really. Whilst the latest changes and new features include progression in performance tuning and real time operational analytics, the major focus lies in making development easier.

One particular database system seems to be advancing at a similar pace within the NoSQL market. At it’s heart also lies a clear aim to make development easier using rich, yet uncomplicated, query language.

MongoDB…

Check out MongoDB Europe 2017 and what’s coming in the upcoming release of MongoDB 3.6

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Currently working as a Production SQL Server DBA, Pankaj is an MCSE (Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert) and MCITP (Microsoft Certified IT Professional) certified, technically adept database architect and administrator with demonstrated success in designing and implementing innovative database solutions to improve business functionality.

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