NoSQL Technologies

ABCloudZ has a vast experience with NoSQL databases. Discover how our architects can choose the right solution that suits your needs, whether you need a simple storage for a mobile app or a reliable storage for a huge amount of data.

Popular NoSQL technologies

NoSQL databases originally refer to “non-SQL” or “non-relational” databases. These databases provide users with a mechanism for storing and retrieving data that is modeled differently compared to the tabular relations used in relational databases. NoSQL databases are also sometimes called “Not Only SQL” to emphasize that they may support SQL-like query languages.

NoSQL databases emerged on the market in the late 2000s to address the limitations of SQL databases and to cope with the scale and agility challenges that modern applications usually face. The applications can even modify the schema of a NoSQL database on-demand by adding new fields dynamically to fit your data.

You can use NoSQL databases to store data of any size and type: structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data. As we mention different types of stored data, we should also admit the different types of NoSQL databases. They include document, graph, key-value, and wide-column stores.

The ABCloudZ roots go deep into the world of data, so our developers, engineers, and architects know it all about the most popular NoSQL databases like MongoDB and Apache Cassandra. What’s even more important is that we know the specifics of all of the NoSQL database types and can help you choose the best solution for your needs.

AWS NoSQL technologies

With all modern solutions moving towards the cloud, you may want to consider a cloud path for your NoSQL database. As the leader of cloud services, AWS provides users with a rich variety of choices of deployment options. You can opt for using a fast and flexible Amazon DynamoDB database service or even run your existing NoSQL system in the Amazon cloud.

ABCloudZ has hands-on experience with AWS SCT data extraction agent for migrating Cassandra to DynamoDB. Our exclusive AWS Database Migration Service support offer can help you seamlessly move your existing relational and non-relational database workloads to the Amazon cloud.

Microsoft NoSQL technologies

Likewise, Microsoft also offers rich support for NoSQL databases. You can take advantage of the globally distributed, truly polyglot Azure Cosmos DB service, which provides native support for all four key NoSQL data models.

Discover how ABCloudZ can help you create your own NoSQL success story leveraging Microsoft’s cloud data platform. With our unprecedented experience with Azure cloud, you can trust us to deliver!

Google Cloud Platform NoSQL technologies

You can also consider Google Cloud Platform as your destination for the NoSQL data storage. Particularly, Google provides users with Cloud Memorystore, a fully-managed in-memory data store service for Redis. In addition to that, you can opt for using Google Firestore as well as multiple related services to manage data and create cloud applications.