NoSQL Database Modells – Relational or NoSQL
Databases are important applications that store, retrieve, and manage data in an organized manner. There are two types of database that can be used for data storage and management: the NoSQL or relational models. The Relational Database Model (RDBMS), is one type of database where data is kept in a set of related tables. (Singh and al., 2019, 2019). The best way to store and manage structured information is with it. It’s organized using rows and columns. Microsoft SQL Server is an example of a RDBMS. NoSQL Database Model, not only SQL, is a form of RDBMS that can store large quantities of unstructured data and allow for management (Dayal (2015)). This model is composed of several databases, and it stores data in different ways than RDBMS. MongoDB, Apache Cassandra, and Apache Cassandra both are examples of NoSQL databanks. Based on what type of data is stored or managed, both NoSQL and relational database models have unique advantages. Organizations must be able to distinguish between the different database models as their data changes and grows (Rigby & Klabbers 2021).