Difference between Relational database and NoSQL

1. Relational Database :
RDBMS stands for Relational Database Management Systems. It is most popular database. In it, data is store in the form of row that is in the form of tuple. It contain numbers of table and data can be easily accessed because data is store in the table. This Model was proposed by E.F. Codd.

2. NoSQL :
NoSQL Database stands for a non-SQL database. NoSQL database doesn’t use table to store the data like relational database. It is used for storing and fetching the data in database and generally used to store the large amount of data. It supports query language and provides better performance.



Difference between Relational database and NoSQL :

Relational Database NoSQL
It is used to handle data coming in low velocity. It is used to handle data coming in high velocity.
It gives only read scalablity. It gives both read and write scalablity.
It manages structured data. It manages all type of data.
Data arrives from one or few locations. Data arrives from many locations.
It supports complex transactions. It supports simple transactions.
It has single point of failure. No single point of failure.
It handles data in less volume. It handles data in high volume.
Transactions written in one location. Transactions written in many locations.
Deployed in vertical fashion. Deployed in Horizontal fashion.

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