ODTUG KScope14 Editor’s Choice Award Winner – NoSQL and Big Data for the Oracle Professional

The ODTUG Technical Journal Corner currently spotlights our 2014 Editor’s Choice Award winning article NoSQL and Big Data for the Oracle Professional by Iggy Fernandez.

Find it odd that the ODTUG Editor’s Choice Award Winner focuses on NoSQL?  Not really – NoSQL and relational database can coexist. If you haven’t paid attention to NoSQL yet, this article is an excellent read to learn how NoSQL and the relational model can actually complement each other. In Iggy’s words:

“…I claim that the NoSQL camp derides the relational model because it does not sufficiently understand it. I will go so far as to claim that the NoSQL camp does not fully understand its own innovations; it believes they are incompatible with the relational model and it therefore does not see the opportunity to strengthen the relational model, …”

Strong words? Iggy fully makes his case – he thoroughly supports this assertion in one of the best NoSQL vs Relation Database articles I have seen.   

To access the full article, as all ODTUG Technical Journal Corner articles, you must be at least an Associate ODTUG Member (Free).  And that gives you access to all Technical Journal content, plus all ODTUG Communities content.  Check it out – there is lots there to absorb.

Watch here and the ODTUG Technical Journal Corner for another perspective on NoSQL and Oracle technology from PL/SQL Evangelist Steven Feuerstein, coming soon.  

The ODTUG website in general contains material from all our past conferences, plus years of excellent material from our expert columnists in Business Intelligence, PL/SQL, Oracle Tools, Fusion MIddleware, Hyperion, Essbase and more.  Watch for new authors Kevin McGinley on Business Intelligence topics, and a series of material from the Oracle Tools team.

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