NoSQL, short for "Not Only SQL," represents a family of database management systems designed for flexible and scalable data storage. Unlike traditional relational databases, NoSQL databases employ various data models like document, key-value, graph, and column-family, enabling them to handle diverse data types and structures. NoSQL databases are well-suited for applications requiring high data velocity and volume, such as web and mobile apps, IoT devices, and big data analytics. They offer horizontal scalability, strong performance, and support for distributed, non-tabular data storage, making them a valuable choice for modern, dynamic data management needs.
21. What does the "B" in BASE stand for?
22. In BASE, what does "A" represent?
23. What is the focus of the "S" in BASE?
24. Which database property emphasizes immediate consistency in the CAP theorem, contrasting with BASE?
25. In BASE, what is the meaning of "E"?
26. BASE is often used in NoSQL databases that prioritize which two of the following attributes?
27. Which NoSQL database category is closely associated with BASE principles?
28. What does "Eventual consistency" mean in BASE?
29. Which aspect of BASE makes it suitable for distributed systems with high fault tolerance requirements?
30. Which of the following properties does BASE prioritize in NoSQL databases, in contrast to the ACID properties?