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Developer data platforms: How to develop apps in 2024 and beyond

RDBMS is the familiar, default data management solution. But developers are finding it falls short in today’s modern applications. New challenges like the need to process unstructured data, vector search in GenAI apps, and time-series and document data limit RDBMS application. Inflexible schemas and object-relational mapper (ORM) tools make changes painful and time consuming. And today’s world is all about change.

As a result, almost half of developers and IT professionals are moving beyond RDBMS for the next generation of applications and adopting a developer data platform like MongoDB Atlas — a unified set of data services that speed development and ease administration. Those are among the findings of a new survey conducted by InfoWorld. “Developer data platforms: How to develop apps in 2024 and beyond” details the survey results. Read the full report to learn:

  • What databases and platforms organizations use in development
  • The pain points organizations encounter with data management
  • The limitations encountered with traditional RDBMS
  • The advantages offered by a developer data platform based on a document model database
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