Global NoSQL Market: Overview
Not only standardized query language (NoSQL) is a database mechanism developed for analysis, storage, and access to a massive volume of unstructured data. It enables schema-less data storage, unlike relational database storage. High scalability and precise control of NoSQL, along with simpler designs and comfortable big data management, are triggering the adoption of these databases. Some of the commonly available types of these databases are column-based stores, document databases, key value stores, and graph based stores. They are used for different applications, including web applications, data storage, mobile app development, e-Commerce, data analytics, and social network management across several industry verticals such as online game development, retail, and IT.
The research report on the global NoSQL market considers historical data and current market scenario in order to project future growth trends. It provides an in-depth analysis of market dynamics such as drivers, restraints, and opportunities and the extent with which they impact the growth of the market. It also presents a comprehensive assessment of the market’s growth across different segments in terms of value as well as volume. It offers reliable insights into the competitive landscape of the global NoSQL market. Competitive profiling of the key players along with their market shares, price and revenue structures, latest developments, and business strategies form a vital part of the report.
Global NoSQL Market: Drivers and Restraints
The rising awareness regarding the numerous benefits offered by NoSQL in managing big data is the foremost stimulant of the growth of the global NoSQL market. Moreover, the soaring use of web applications and analytics is providing a significant boost to the growth of the market. The multiplying number of applications that incorporate NoSQL database, including web session management, e-commerce, and mobile application development is also working in favor of the market.
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As a result of protean business needs and users’ preferences, a staggering volume of unstructured and semi-structured data is being created every day. This is fuelling demand for data storage, which in turn is augmenting the market. On the other hand, the unstructured format of NoSQL makes its testing difficult. This is, therefore, limiting the widespread adoption of these databases. Nevertheless, technological advancements are estimated to address testing issues and boost the revenue generation of the market in the near future.
Global NoSQL Market: Geographical Segmentation
The report segments the market based on geography into Asia Pacific, North America, Latin America, Europe, and the Middle East and Africa. North America will be a prominent destination for market players during the forecast period, owing to the growing adoption of IT across different industries and increasing access to the internet. The rising emphasis on social media management is another factor supplementing the growth of the region.
Asia Pacific is anticipated to rise at a noteworthy CAGR during the same period. The increasing adoption of NoSQL in the region can be attributed to the rising penetration of web applications and booming e-commerce sector.
Global NoSQL Market: Competitive Landscape
Several key players in the global NoSQL market are offering their products for free download, which can be upgraded to premium versions with purchased licenses. This is likely to be adopted by more participants to enhance their visibility in the market. Companies will be focusing towards business expansion through partnerships. The growing popularity of NoSQL is expected to attract new players to venture into the market, which will render the arena more competitive. Some of the key companies operating in the market are Couchbase, Basho Technologies, Aerospike Inc., IBM Corporation, MarkLogic Corporation, Neo technology Inc., Hypertable Inc., Cisco Systems Inc., Objectivity Inc., Oracle Corporation, and Microsoft Corporation.