The DB-Engines database popularity ranking was updated in October, with the top 20 ranking as follows:
The data in this issue are interesting. It was only last month that we finished.Microsoft SQL Server scores showed a rare declineAnd it's the one that has fallen the most. By this month, Microsoft SQL Server had immediately reversed the situation, becoming the biggest increase in scores, an increase of 9.66 points compared with last month, a slightly better increase of 9.22 points than the first Oracle. Of course, the overall ranking is consistent with last month's.
As you can see, the scores of the top 5 databases have increased to a certain extent compared with last month, especially compared with the same period last year, the growth is more obvious.
For other changes and complete rankings, please checkhttps://db-engines.com/en/ranking。
Let's look at the top ten.Trend change chart:
Finally, look at the ranking of each database.
The top 10 relational databases are as follows:
The top 10 key-value databases are as follows:
The top 10 document databases are as follows:
The top 10 in the graph database are as follows:
The top 10 sequential databases are as follows:
DB-Engines ranks database management systems according to popularity, and the rankings are updated monthly. Ranking dataBased on five different indicators:
The purpose of this list analysis is to provide a technical reference for database practitioners. The ranking is not based on the technological advancement or market share of products. Regardless of ranking, the most important thing is to choose the technology suitable for matching the business needs of enterprises.