PostgreSQL, often referred to as Postgres, is a powerful open-source relational database management system (RDBMS) known for its scalability, robustness, and extensibility. It offers advanced features like ACID compliance, support for complex data types, and support for both SQL and NoSQL data. PostgreSQL is highly regarded for its performance, security, and reliability, making it a popular choice for applications ranging from small startups to large enterprises. Its active developer community continuously enhances and maintains the software. PostgreSQL is an excellent choice for data storage, analysis, and management in various domains, including web applications, data warehousing, and geospatial applications.
161. What is the primary NoSQL feature introduced in PostgreSQL to handle semi-structured data?
162. Which PostgreSQL data type is commonly used to store JSON documents for NoSQL-like data management?
163. What does "hstore" data type provide in PostgreSQL's NoSQL features?
164. What is the purpose of "GIN" and "GiST" indexing methods in PostgreSQL's NoSQL support?
165. What is the "jsonb_set" function used for in PostgreSQL's NoSQL features?
166. Which NoSQL-like feature in PostgreSQL allows you to work with arrays of values?
167. What is the "array_agg" function used for in PostgreSQL's NoSQL features?
168. What PostgreSQL extension provides additional NoSQL-like features, such as key-value store and document storage?
169. What is the "hstore" extension used for in PostgreSQL's NoSQL support?
170. In terms of NoSQL features, what does the "array_agg" function do in PostgreSQL?