This video distinguishes between three (main) types of NoSQL databases:
- Key/Value store
- Document oriented
Do these types differ in how they technically store their data or can they be considered all to be key/value stores since even the tabular ones (like Cassandra) may have variable column count and most likely serialize the column values to a string? And the documents (MongoDB) are also only strings in the end... I suppose all types generate an unique id for their "values/data". So are all the 3 types key/value on low level?