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New Site Tracks the Cracks in Oracle's Empire

Klint Finley about DB-Engines, whose article NoSQL systems continue to be on the rise I’ve linked to earlier today:

Just how quickly? A website called DB-Engines is trying to find out. According to the site’s online research, relational databases still dominate, accounting for 88.9 percent of the database mentions across the web. But there has been strong growth for non-relational databases over the past year. MongoDB was the top NoSQL database in December’s rankings, followed by Cassandra, Redis, Memcached, and HBase. And at the same time, Oracle and Microsoft’s relational databases have dropped in the rankings.

Original title and link: New Site Tracks the Cracks in Oracle’s Empire (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)