There are two primary databases that are generally used for storing digital data: SQL and NoSQL. From engineers and IT decision-makers to analysts, everyone is familiar with relational and non-relational databases. Both methods are used to store data effectively, but they vary in their structures, relationships, scalability, language, and support.
However, the large variety and depth of database systems in today’s world can be very dizzying. With the increased amount of unstructured data, the processing power, the availability of storage, and the transforming analytic requirements have ignited interest in different technologies.