[#Script #Coding] NoSQL vs SQL – Which Type of Database Should You Use?

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NoSQL vs SQL – Which Type of Database Should You Use?

By freeCodeCamp.org
Published: Sep 13, 2022

freeCodeCamp.org When should you use RDBMS, and when should you use NoSQL?
This course describes the differences between NoSQL and SQL databases as well as when and why to use each kind of database.

Register for a free Astra DB account to use for this tutorial: https://astra.datastax.com/register/s…

Ania Kubow developed this course. Check out her channel: https://www.youtube.com/aniakubow

DataStax provided a grant to made this course possible.

  • SQL Tutorial – Full Database Course for Beginners on FreeCodeCamp: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HXV3z…
  • NoSQL Database Tutorial – Full Course for Beginners on FreeCodeCamp: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xh4gy…
  • Apache Cassandra Database – Full Course for Beginners on FreeCodeCamp: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-cSy…
  • Everything You Need to Know About Storage Attached Indexing in Apache Cassandra | DataStax: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9CUk…
  • Enough CQL To Get You Started – Data Modeling with Apache Cassandra | DataStax: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhHM3…

    • Introduction (0:00)
    • 01: What actually is a database (2:17)
    • 03: What is a database management system (5:53)
    • 04: Demo: Creating a database (6:27)
    • 05: Common Database Models (9:21)
    • 06: Relational databases (9:46)
    • 07: SQL (11:33)
    • 08: Non-relational databases (16:33)
    • 09: Pros and Cons: Comparing RDBMS and NoSQL (19:21)
    • 10: Wide Column Database (31:25)
    • 11: Document Database (47:38)
    • 12: Key-Value Database (1:03:51)
    • 13: Multi-Model Databases (1:21:57 )
    • Use cases: When to use RDBMS or NoSQL (1:23:12)

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