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Relational vs NoSQL on AWS

Two interesting charts from Stackdriver’s blog about database usage in AWS environments (nb: keep in mind these numbers are based only on Stackdriver’s users):

SQL-vs-NoSQL-in-AWS

I wonder how the following charts would look:

  1. amount of data per database type
  2. avg. number of operations per database type

Original title and link: Relational vs NoSQL on AWS (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)