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Knowledge Base of Relational and NoSQL Database Management Systemsprovided by solid IT

The latest news

Time Series DBMS are the database category with the fastest increase in popularity
4 July 2016, Matthias Gelbmann

Enriching Property Graphs with Relationship Objects
21 June 2016, Jans Aasman (guest author)

A new life for Microsoft SQL Server
2 June 2016, Paul Andlinger

The most popular database management systems

July 2016Score
1.Oracle1442
2.MySQL1363
3.Microsoft SQL Server1193
4.MongoDB315
5.PostgreSQL311

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DB-Engines

DB-Engines is an initiative to collect and present information on database management systems (DBMS). In addition to established relational DBMS, systems and concepts of the growing NoSQL area are emphasized.

The DB-Engines Ranking is a list of DBMS ranked by their current popularity. The list is updated monthly.

The most important properties of numerous systems are shown in the overview of database management systems. You can examine the properties for each system, and you can compare them side by side.

In the database encyclopedia terms and concepts on this topic are explained.

DB-Engines has been created and is maintained by solid IT.

If you have suggestions, questions or general feedback, we would appreciate to get a message from you.

Recent DB-Engines citations in the news

DB-Engines, Informix, and Neo4j: An Origins Story
15 April 2016, DZone News

Redis Labs Achieves 350 Percent Growth in the Enterprise
21 July 2016, Marketwired (press release)

What should MongoDB be when it grows up?
6 July 2016, ZDNet

Over 6000 Redis Database Servers Ready for the Taking
7 July 2016, Softpedia News

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Upcoming Events

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Microsoft SQL Server event
PASS Summit 2016
Seattle, Washington, USA
25-28 October 2016
Oracle event
Oracle OpenWorld 2016
San Francisco, California, USA
18-22 October 2016

Despite careful research, we can assume no liability for the information presented here to be complete and accurate.

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