December DB-Engines Database Ranking: SQLite Competes in Top 10

The DB-Engines database leaderboard for December was published, starting with the overall top 20: the top 20 ranked remained virtually unchanged from the previous month, with only SAP Adaptive Server and FileMaker changing positions. In terms of specific scores, the top 3 Oracle, MySQL, and Microsoft SQL Server all fell sharply last month and recovered this month. Excluding these 3, postgreSQL and MongoDB, the remaining of the top 5, rose steadily.

December DB-Engines Database Ranking: SQLite Competes in Top 10

Cassandra’s score is down 2.52 (up 0.01 last month), which is still more visible in the top 20, and you can see that the SQLite after it is only 0.35 (down 1.60 from the previous month and 0.66 this month), to put it simply The small trend of the two, next month may Cassandra’s 10th place will be replaced by SQLite.

Here’s a look at the top 10 trend charts:

December DB-Engines Database Ranking: SQLite Competes in Top 10

Finally, the classification looks at the top 10 for each database:

Relational DBMS

December DB-Engines Database Ranking: SQLite Competes in Top 10

K-V Storage

December DB-Engines Database Ranking: SQLite Competes in Top 10

Document storage

December DB-Engines Database Ranking: SQLite Competes in Top 10

Figure DBMS

December DB-Engines Database Ranking: SQLite Competes in Top 10

Time Series DBMS

December DB-Engines Database Ranking: SQLite Competes in Top 10

Full list view: https://db-engines.com/en/ranking

DB-Engines ranks database management systems based on popularity, and the rankings are updated once a month. The ranking data is based on 5 different metrics:

  • Number of keyword searches for Google and Bing search engines
  • Number of searches for Google Trends
  • Job searches on the Indeed website
  • Number of profiles mentioned in keywords on LinkedIn
  • Number of issues and followers on Stackoverflow

This list analysis is intended to provide a reference to the technical direction of database-related practitioners, which is not based on factors such as the product’s technological sophisis or market share. Regardless of the ranking, choosing the technology that is suitable for matching the business needs of the enterprise is the most important.

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