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NoSQL - Alternatives to traditional relational databases

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by George Swan
Highlights the latest developments in both the Mongo open-source document database and the open-source official C# driver.
by Vyacheslav Voronenko
This article demonstrates three approaches for storing tree like structures with NoSQL databases on example of the MongoDB.
by Bruce Yang cp
A distributed system architecture, machines placed around the world, with low maintenance charges in your private cloud.
by Enrique Albert
Unit of Work and Repository RavenDB implementation example

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by GanesanSenthilvel
An article on DotNet programming using Cassandra storage
by Bibhu Dutta
CodeProject Among NoSQL databases, MongoDB is very much popular. For those who need an introduction, MongoDB is an open sourced document database providing high performance, availability, and automatic scaling. Being a document database, a record/row in MongoDB is know as document. The … Conti
by x3F
Batch scripts that help install MongoDB on a Windows PC
by JonB3232
Getting Started with NoSQL and MongoDB

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While the hype surrounding “NoSQL” (non-relational) database technology...

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