In my last posting about NoSQL, I talked about the changing nature of NoSQL. NoSQL is looked at by data management and business professionals as an “unstructured” data source capable of batch processing. 

Much of this is due to the “success” of Hadoop. In addition, this has to do with “failures” of Hadoop to describe the business functionality of NoSQL platforms. This time, I want to open up the concept that NoSQL platforms are not just about “unstructured” data. But rather, NoSQL platforms are about the changing nature of schemas associated with the data within our data management environments or “multi-structured” data.

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