In this preview chapter of our upcoming Decision Maker’s Guide to Open Source Databases, you’ll get a full breakdown of the top open source relational databases, with expert insights from our team of Enterprise Architects.
The preview chapter includes one-page battlecards for the following open source RDBMS:
Download the guide today and get early access to the full Decision Maker’s Guide to Open Source Databases when it publishes in July.
The full Decision Maker’s Guide to Open Source databases will include detailed analysis on 16 of the top open source relational, graph, wide column, key value, and document databases. With analysis from our experts on security and enterprise viability for each database, a decision tree, and a comparison matrix, this guide will be a must-have for any IT leader.
Download the preview chapter today to get early access!
When will the full Decision Maker’s Guide to Open Source Databases be available?
Early access for those who downloaded the preview chapter will begin on July 8, 2021.
Which databases will be covered in the final guide?
In addition to the databases covered in the RDBMS chapter, the full version will include additional entries for Neo4j, JanusGraph, Casssandra, Hadoop, Redis, etcd, Elasticsearch, Prometheus, Couchbase, CouchDB, MongoDB, and Jackrabbit.
Who should read this guide?
Anybody who wants an expert-written, high-level overview of available open source databases in one place should read this guide. It will be useful for any IT leader using databases in their IT infrastructure.
Which free database is best?
Choosing the right free database depends on the needs of your system or application. The Decision Maker’s Guide to Open Source Databases is a great resource for those who need guidance on which databases to consider.
Our team is considering implementing one of the databases in this guide and would like some guidance. How do we get in touch with your team?
Our experts are standing by to answer your questions. Please visit www.openlogic.com/talk-to-expert to get started.