Towards one database to rule them all

John Leonard
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Databases have become silos and this needs to change, says graph guru Marko Rodriguez

Every few weeks, or so it seems, a new database is added to an ever-growing and increasingly diverse list. In addition to the familiar relational databases there are analytical, transactional, i...

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