Open source database market share within Jelastic: February 2012

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As we continue to grow and our user base gets bigger and bigger, our sample size gets better and better as we look at database usage percentages. So, let’s look at the data for this month.

Below is the overall usage of databases within Jelastic for the month of February.

As you can see, there are no big changes in database popularity this month. MySQL is still the overall leader. MariaDB is in second place in the SQL databases and PosgreSQL follows it not far behind. If we look at NoSQL databases: MongoDB comes in ahead of CouchDB, but since we added CouchDB support more recently those stats might change.

Overall, comparing database market share within Jelastic, we see that the numbers have has stayed about the same, and it holds true as we compare usage in the US vs EU.

Here are the current overall numbers:

Europe

NA

Total

MySQL

41%

45%

43%

MariaDB

16%

18%

17%

PostgreSQL

17%

12%

14%

MongoDB

22%

20%

21%

CouchDB

4%

5%

5%

And finally, here is a database popularity chart looking at database usage over the few months, from October 2011 through February 2012.

Hope you found this useful! Stay tuned to see the changes next month!

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