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Oracle NoSQL review by Stirling N.
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"A basic tool for SQL users"

What do you like best?

Oracle NoSQL is, what bets can be described, as a middle of the road option, based on client server technology that Oracle does so well. It is based on the Berkeley DB edition, with Java. this means it is not able to run Scala and other newer technologies, natively.

The server is based on a number of nodes, the main key of which is incorporated to the server that a record belongs to, by way of a simple hash key. there is only a single master, but multiple replica DB system. one of the problems is that it can take a long time to update the shards- by updating the key-value pairs - though it does not need the shutdown as many other systems are.

One of the better benefits is the way noSQL updates the nodes if the master shard feels - the database if it cannot repair based on a database transaction it will attempt a PAXOS transaction. this means that the database will stay up longer than those which basically fail if the main goes down.

it also makes the normal Oracle mechanisms to provide ACID transactions in cases where noSQL does not.

What do you dislike?

Many of the most desired features - including external tables - are currently only available on the EE edition. this means checking carefully whether you need a feature which only comes with the premium model.

Recommendations to others considering the product

Try it, if it fits use it. But do not be surprised if there are features which you really need, and are either available only as EE, or not at all.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

noSQL is best for casual users. if you have simple practical things to do - then this will do them. but if you are searching for more, you may want to look for other products. it is definitely a tool which will be useful, especially for circumstances where noSQL is not your main forte.

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Oracle NoSQL review by User in Wireless
User in Wireless
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"A powerful database easily scale to large number of nodes in different data centers"

What do you like best?

It provides a simple model using key-value to application developer.

The very basic license is free - open source version

It scales horizontally very well - it's designed to support and respond to availability of additional hardware

Simple programming model with ACID compliant transactions, and JSON data format support

What do you dislike?

It's hard to make all the data tables consistent because there is a large computational cost of executing a JOIN between two tables for SQL system. Each developer has to find its own solution around or live with it.

Recommendations to others considering the product

The basic license may be free but the cost can go up with you want additional support and features.

The support of NoSQL isn't as good as SQL so you'll have to implement your way to achieve what you want, such as generate report..etc

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We need a database model/language that's simple to adopt and easy to scale with additional hardware. Oracle NoSQL is a great candidate.

What Key-Value Stores solution do you use?

Thanks for letting us know!
Oracle NoSQL review by User in Computer Software
User in Computer Software
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"Alternative to SQL for Big Data"

What do you like best?

NoSQL was named due to the fact that it is no longer using the traditional relational database technology. You would want to pick this if your environment was posed for utilizing big data. Otherwise, you would want to continue using a traditional SQL implementation.

What do you dislike?

The learning curve for using a database without relations can be quite difficult. One data model uses key-value storage (which is what I've used in my experience) and it can be a very big change for developers. When using a local database deployment with prefilled data, it can be quite slow even on a new machine.

Recommendations to others considering the product

While switching to NoSQL could be a daunting task for a developer, it can be a very useful tool for projects that will require many pieces of data.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

In my previous company, I was working on a software project which was designed to handle millions and millions of pieces of data. Today, my experience is only with a traditional, relational database.

Oracle NoSQL review by Sanjay Haresh K.
Sanjay Haresh K.
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"Oracle NoSql"

What do you like best?

The precise queries. The UI is great and easy to use. The speed is very nice. Awesome ACID level reliability is provided with the latest version of Oracle No Sql. The look and feel and usability is pretty much like oracle.

What do you dislike?

The product is very nice and my usage is minimal so I don't dislike anything.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

BDA, DWM.

Oracle NoSQL review by User in Financial Services
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"Database Analyst"

What do you like best?

The best thing about oracle nosql that we can deal and query with file systems easily without having any issues and clear understanding of Oracle architecture and its underlying components. Also it can easily integrated for usage with Hadoop ecosystem components.

What do you dislike?

I dislike the fact since it’s Nosql database and we do not have Capability to write SQLs making the entire process of storing and retrieving data time consuming and cumbersome as compared to relational DBMS on which we can easily query on.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We store our huge historical tables and their data on filesystems using Oracle NOSQL and Hadoop.

Oracle NoSQL review by Consultant in Information Technology and Services
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"Good store for java applications"

What do you like best?

High availablity and fault tolerance.acid complaint transactions as well

What do you dislike?

Does not support all data formats. Need to mature. Does not provide atomicity and support for java only.

Recommendations to others considering the product

Use with knowledge

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Started using oracle no sql in web applications for session storage.now using redis for better results.

Oracle NoSQL review by Kumar B.
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"Oracle NoSQL review"

What do you like best?

Seamless integration with several BI tools and the ease of building Analytics. POC cluster could hold several terabytes of data with superior performance. Ability to perform ETL into the Hadoop cluster and then into NoSQL database.

What do you dislike?

Does not support all data formats. Does not provide atomicity and the ability to provide a robust transactional integrity. Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery methodologies are not fully proven.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Trying to convert a legacy FoxPro database data into Nosql

Oracle NoSQL review by User in Information Technology and Services
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"Good key value store for Java Applications"

What do you like best?

High availability and fault-tolerance and ACID compliant transaction

What do you dislike?

Supports only Java. No support for other programming languages. Need to mature.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Started using Oracle NoSQL in web application for session storage. Switched to Redis for its better performance and features.

Oracle NoSQL review by pramod g.
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"oracle NOSQL review"

What do you like best?

highly reliable, scalable and available

Data is stored as key-value pairs, which are written to particular storage node(s), based on the hashed value of the primary key.

What do you dislike?

Manageblity

Need more GUI capability to Achieve true potential

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

providing Nearline solutions

Oracle NoSQL review by User in Hospital & Health Care
User in Hospital & Health Care
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"feedback on oracle nosql"

What do you like best?

optimum way to store relational data without having to take performance overhead

What do you dislike?

create way to store relational data without having to take performance overhead

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

storing the transacation data for our organization

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