SQL beats NoSQL, MySQL is the most popular – ADTmag
Database Trend Report: SQL Outperforms NoSQL, MySQL Is Most Popular
Good old SQL still dominates the database perch, while popular products from NoSQL camps fill the void, MySQL is the most popular of all.
“SQL has been a major leader in non-relational alternatives for decades, but NoSQL is quickly closing the gap with popular databases such as MongoDB, Redis and Cassandra,” the report says. I am. “Many organizations have moved to migrate from legacy databases such as Oracle, but not all are migrating to the NoSQL method. Based on the results, SQL increases with the increasing demand for systems such as PostgreSQL. still owns 60%. ”
Of all the databases, MySQL was the top choice reported by respondents, with referrals of around 39%, followed by MongoDB at around 25% and PosgreSQL at around 17%. All remaining individual database responses (Redis, Cassandra, Oracle) received less than about 8% of responses, while all other products were CouchDB, Berkeley DB, Microsoft SQL Server, Redshift, Firebase. It has been grouped under the “Other” category, which includes. , Elasticsearch and InfluxDB.
ScaleGrid is the first database mentioned in its report DB Engines For Oracle, a long-time leader in the rankings, including this latest index, the new report comes down to 1.8%. DB-Engines also ranked MySQL high, but its second-tier database, SQL Server, was placed in the “Other” category of ScaleGrid reports.
“So what’s the most popular database in 2019? The report asked. “You might think Oracle stole the show because we know that over three-fifths of respondents use SQL. Guess again. MySQL dominates this report. I did … ”
After noticing the disconnection of DB-Engine, ScaleGrid said, “I expected the presence of Oracle database users to be much higher, but at the biggest developer show in the world this expression was weak. “..
Other highlights of the report are:
ScaleGrid does not provide a reporting methodology, but claims to have interviewed “hundreds of developers, engineers, software architects, development teams and IT managers”.
ScaleGrid provides a managed database as a service (DBaaS) platform that supports MongoDB, Redis, MySQL, and PostgreSQL in public and private clouds.
David Ramel is the editor and editor of Converge360.