Introduction. First and foremost, you probably don’t need a database system to handle small JSON files, ranging to a few megabytes. However, if you have to manage and query GBs of data, you should use a database system.
First and foremost, you probably don’t need a database system to handle small JSON files, ranging to a few megabytes.
However, if you have to manage and query GBs of data, you should use a database system.
Usually, database systems, however, are not designed to keep the full history of your data. Often, the system overwrites data during a change or keeps the data for a short time. The latter usually happens due to transactions, which currently read slightly outdated data. Thus, a garbage collector has to wait until all reading transactions finish. Then, it’s able to delete the old data.
Instead, SirixDB makes a huge persistent tree, durable during commits. It only ever appends data. Every revision is indexed, whereas the revisions share unchanged page-fragments. Think of it like Git, but on a sub-file level. Persistent trees are also common in functional languages like Haskell and Closure. A transaction commit, which serializes pages in a postorder traversal, is depicted in the following image:
What is OpenJDK? OpenJDk or Open Java Development Kit is a free, open-source framework of the Java Platform, Standard Edition (or Java SE).
NoSQL databases use a variety of data models for accessing and managing data. These types of databases are optimized specifically for applications that require large data volume, low latency, and flexible data models, which are achieved by relaxing some of the data consistency restrictions of other databases.
The purpose of this article is to cover the steps to use this type of database within a corporate architecture.