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Published: Jan 24 2014 / 08:19

When we asked our dev friends for their predictions on what we can expect to be hearing more about in 2014, a few pointed to the rise of next generation database. While only two NoSQL DBMS made it into DB-ENGINE’s ranking of databases in terms of popularity in 2013 (New York startup du jour MongoDB and Cassandra), it was graph databases that really seem to have enjoyed a dramatic ascent in the past year, with a 250% boost in popularity. MongoDB remains by far the biggest NoSQL player, ranked at number six, followed by Cassandra at 10 and Redis at 13. With MongoDB having received a record breaking cash injection in the fall of 2013, this status quo is likely to remain in place for some time.
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