Worldwide Nonrelational Database Management Systems Software Market Shares, 2017: Changing the Guard
This IDC study shows the software revenue of the worldwide nonrelational database management systems software market from 2015 to 2017, broken down by vendor share, with splits by geographic region and operating environment. It also features analysis of the market overall with actionable advice for technology suppliers and discussion of the suppliers that shaped the market. "The rise and continued robustness of NDBMS vendors in areas such as the end-user and multivalue DBMS spaces demonstrate 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 is sometimes problematic."
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