NoSQL Database Market: Global Industry Analysis and Forecast (2023-2029)

NoSQL is a non-relational database that uses key values to store and retrieve data. A NoSQL database saves each item separately with a unique key, rather than storing data in rows and columns like a traditional database. It does not necessitate the use of a structured schema to specify each table and its associated columns. This gives you a lot more flexibility than a relational database when it comes to storing data. NoSQL is widely used in cloud computing applications and has surpassed SQL as the most preferred large data storage option. Most NoSQL databases include an "eventual consistency" idea, which means that database updates are transmitted to all nodes over time, therefore data queries may not return updated data right away or may result in reading inaccurate data.