Worldwide Nonrelational Database Management Systems Software Forecast, 2018–2022

Worldwide Nonrelational Database Management Systems Software Forecast, 2018–2022

This IDC study covers the worldwide nonrelational database management systems software market revenue for the period 2017–2022. It provides forecast data by mode (public cloud services versus others), geographic region, and operating environment. It also provides commentary and offers actionable advice for technology suppliers. "The rise and continued robustness of NDBMS vendors in areas such as the end-user and multivalue DBMS spaces demonstrates a willingness to support and embrace a variety of DBMS approaches," says Carl Olofson, research vice president for Data Management Software research at IDC. "It also indicates that the relational model is not appropriate for all data management operations and that the absence of a schema, as is found in NoSQL databases, is sometimes problematic."

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IDC Market Forecast Figure
Executive Summary
Advice for Technology Suppliers
Market Forecast
Market Context
Drivers and Inhibitors
Demand for Multimodel Database Support
End-User Support in the Cloud and on Mobile Devices
Demand for Nonrelational Data Analytics
Migration from Hierarchical and Navigational Mainframe Databases to the Cloud
Growing Popularity of Non-Schematic NoSQL Databases
Significant Market Developments
Changes from Prior Forecast
Market Definition
Database Management System
Nonrelational Database Management System
End-User Database Management Systems
Navigational Database Management Systems
Object-Oriented Database Management Systems
Multivalue Database Management Systems
Historical and Forecast Market Values and Exchange Rates
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