key-value database

key-value database

A data structure comprising data items (the values), each of which has been assigned a name (the key). See key-value pair.
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Oracle NoSQL Cloud Service provides a high performance, key-value database supporting JSON, Java, Node.
Serving and speed layers are usually implemented with a non-relational transactional database such as HBase, Cassandra, or ElephantDB (a specialized key-value database for Hadoop results).
0 is the latest version of Oracle s distributed key-value database, designed to simplify the development of next generation applications, while enabling greater security and availability for real-time, web-scale, workloads.
0 release augments existing key-value database capabilities with a flexible document data model, enabling developers to rapidly build and modify their web and mobile applications without the constraints of relational database schemas.
After discussing non-relational databases generally, he covers key-value databases, document databases, column family databases, graph databases, and choosing a database for a particular application.
Web applications: Web applications generate a lot of session information, and for this purpose, NoSQL key-value databases may be the best bet, since they are simple and fast, operating close to internet time and quickly handling spikes in usage.