Here's an interesting introduction to developments in NoSQL Databases. Any company choosing this route would need to investigate carefully before taking the step, chances are it could lead to an instant legacy system with extreme maintenance issues once the enthusiast has left the development cycle.
Sunday, 27 May 2012
Labels: Azure Table Storage, Berkley DB, Chordless, DynamoDB, Dynomite, GenieDB, HamsterDB, KAI, LevelDB, Membsae, NoSQL, Redis, Riak, Scalaris, Scalien, Tokyo Cabinet, Voldemort
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