DBMS of the Year

I just thought this was very interesting and should be broadcasted. It shows a ranking of DBMS of the year, i.e. …

The Top 10 Database Engines by popularity in 2018 [ Source: https://db-engines.com/en/ranking ]

Rank DBMS Database Model Score
Jan
2019
Dec
2018
Jan
2018
Jan
2019
Dec
2018
Jan
2018
1. 1. 1. Oracle detailed information Relational DBMS 1268.84 -14.39 -73.11
2. 2. 2. MySQL detailed information Relational DBMS 1154.27 -6.98 -145.44
3. 3. 3. Microsoft SQL Server detailed information Relational DBMS 1040.26 -0.08 -107.81
4. 4. 4. PostgreSQL detailed information Relational DBMS 466.11 +5.48 +79.93
5. 5. 5. MongoDB detailed information Document store 387.18 +8.57 +56.24
6. 6. 6. IBM Db2 detailed information Relational DBMS 179.85 -0.90 -10.43
7. 7. up arrow 9. Redis detailed information Key-value store 149.01 +2.19 +25.88
8. 8. up arrow 10. Elasticsearch detailed information Search engine 143.44 -1.26 +20.89
9. 9. down arrow 7. Microsoft Access Relational DBMS 141.62 +2.10 +14.92
10. 10. up arrow 11. SQLite detailed information Relational DBMS 126.80 +3.78 +12.54

 

For the year 2017, looks like PostgreSQL got the distinction of being the DB Engine of the year owing to it having the fastest rate of growth and adoption by companies:

“But it was interesting that for the year 2017, PostgreSQL passed MongoDB and has secured it’s 4th rank in the DB-Engines popularity ranking. “

[ Source: https://db-engines.com/en/blog_post/76 ]

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