Data is everywhere around us and we interact with it regularly. Whether you’re checking out the latest model of a smartphone or buying groceries online, you are interacting with data in one way or the other. We have been dealing with data for ages, what has changed now is the scale of data produced and the speed at which it is accessed.
Thanks to digital technologies like cloud, IoT (Internet of things), AI (Artificial Intelligence), machine learning, and more, companies are producing data at an exponential rate. This amount of data collected around the globe is too hefty to process.
According to a report, “People are generating 2.5 quintillion bytes of data each day.”
Here, traditional relational databases like SQL might not offer the required scalability and performance to…