If you reached this page, it’s fair to assume that you must have worked on at least one relational database in your lifetime. They have been in use for a quarter of a century and are found in almost all business applications.
But, NoSQL databases are gaining traction these days. they are often called “Not only SQL” databases. It’s an umbrella term for a loosely defined class of non-relational data-stores.
They exhibit following main characteristics:
- They don’t use SQL as their query language. - They may not give full ACID guarantees. - They have distributed, fault-tolerant architecture.
In this article, I am going to explore whether ORM tools (whatever they are) make sense in NoSQL world…and whether they will be able to solve problems that are NoSQL specific. Next we’ll delve into approaches and challenges in making such a tool. This article assumes you are already familiar with and have worked on one (and possibly more) NoSQL database
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