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Speaking in Tongues: SQL Access to NoSQL Systems


Publication Details
Author(s): Rith J, Lehmayr P, Meyer-Wegener K
Publication year: 2014
Conference Proceedings Title: Proc. 29th ACM Symp. on Applied Computing (SAC)
Pages range: 855-857
Event: Database Theory, Technology and Applications (DTTA) Track
Event location: Gyeongju, Korea

Abstract

Non-relational data stores, which are usually called NoSQL systems, have become an important class of data management systems. They often outperform the relational systems. Yet there is no common way to interface with NoSQL systems. The Structured Query Language (SQL) has already proven to be useful to provide a uniform query language for all the relational systems. We identify a subset of SQL for access to NoSQL systems. Our extensible middleware translates SQL queries to the query languages of the connected NoSQL systems. The migration between these systems is thereby greatly simplified as well as the comparison of the supported NoSQL systems.



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APA: Rith, J., Lehmayr, P., & Meyer-Wegener, K. (2014). Speaking in Tongues: SQL Access to NoSQL Systems. In Proc. 29th ACM Symp. on Applied Computing (SAC) (pp. 855-857).

MLA: Rith, Julian, Philipp S Lehmayr, and Klaus Meyer-Wegener. "Speaking in Tongues: SQL Access to NoSQL Systems." Proceedings of the Database Theory, Technology and Applications (DTTA) Track, Gyeongju, Korea 2014. 855-857.

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