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Mongodb's Eliot Horowitz: The Database Renaissance Has Begun

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Eliot Horowitz of MongoDB

"Relational databases are 40 years old," says MongoDB's Eliot Horowitz. "From a use case, there are just better choices available today."

Credit: BetaBeat

NoSQL technologies are giving the database landscape a new look as they steadily push a shift from the relational database model. Young entrants to the alternative technology, such as MongoDB, have been gaining traction despite an admitted need to mature with more needed features.

In this interview, MongoDB's CTO and cofounder Eliot Horowitz talks about the growing strength of the NoSQL market and the issues involved with alternatives to the traditional relational database model.

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