The DB-Engines database popularity ranking was updated in September, ranking the top 20 as follows:
It is clear that the overall ranking is consistent with last month's. And PostgreSQL and MongoDB, who fell in scores last month, finally
But the most surprising thing about this list is Microsoft SQL Server's performance, which has seen a rare drop in scores, down 8.12 points from last month. Look back at Microsoft SQL Server's trend chart of score change since this year:
As you can see, this is the first time it has seen a decline in scores this year.
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Next, take a look at the top ten trend charts:
Overall, the scores of the TOP 5 database continued to grow, while the scores of the subsequent databases showed a downward trend.
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:
As you can see, there are GridDB and TimescaleDB in the temporal database, which are rising faster.
DB-Engines ranks database management systems according to popularity, and the rankings are updated monthly. The ranking data are based 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.