We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"The solution's database capabilities are very good."
"The time series data was one of the best features along with auto publishing."
"The technical evaluation is very good."
"Some of the valued features of this solution are it has good performance and failover."
"The most valuable features are the counter features and the NoSQL schema. It also has good scalability. You can scale Cassandra to any finite level."
"The product meets expectations when it comes to stability."
"The solution doesn't have joins between tables so you need other tools for that."
"The disc space is lacking. You need to free it up as you are working."
"The solution is not easy to use because it is a big database and you have to learn the interface. This is the case though in most of these solutions."
"Fine-tuning was a bit of a challenge."
"Interface is not user friendly."
"Handling big data in a user-friendly way is currently a bit of an issue. The dashboard for this needs some work."
"The product is expensive and Oracle could work to lower the licensing cost."
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The Oracle NoSQL Database (ONDB) provides network-accessible multiterabyte distributed key/value pair storage with predictable latency. Data is stored in a very flexible key-value format, where the key consists of the combination of a major and minor key (represented as a string) and an associated value (represented as a JSON data format or opaque set of bytes). It offers full Create, Read, Update and Delete (CRUD) operations, with adjustable durability and consistency guarantees. It also provides powerful and flexible transactional model that eases the application development.
The Oracle NoSQL Database is designed to be a highly available and extremely scalable system, with predictable levels of throughput and latency, while requiring minimal administrative interaction.
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Cassandra is ranked 3rd in NoSQL Databases with 5 reviews while Oracle NoSQL is ranked 6th in NoSQL Databases with 1 review. Cassandra is rated 8.4, while Oracle NoSQL is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of Cassandra writes "Great time series data feature but it requires third parties to join tables". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Oracle NoSQL writes "Proper dimensioning is the key to success with this solid performer". Cassandra is most compared with InfluxDB, Accumulo, Couchbase, Vertica and Cloudera Distribution for Hadoop, whereas Oracle NoSQL is most compared with MongoDB, Couchbase, InfluxDB, Neo4j and Cloudera Distribution for Hadoop.
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