You may know MySQL as a relational SQL database but it is also a NoSQL database as well. In addition to Structured Query Language and relational tables, MySQL also support schema-less NoSQL JSON Document Storage.
This provides you the option to use MySQL either as a NoSQL database, a SQL database, or both simultaneously. So you can start using MySQL without have to set up relations, tables, and indexes while providing for data mutability with JSON documents or leverage the power of windowing functions for data analytics.
This presentation will show the added flexibility and power when using the same database for both your NoSQL and SQL applications. Join MySQL Community Manager Dave Stokes to find out more...
This webinar will cover the many benefits of using the same database for SQL and NoSQL. It will also talk about use cases from customers who have selected to use MySQL for both their SQL and NoSQL needs to consolidate their data management. Often these customers have moved from MongoDB to MySQL.