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[Link] 10gen CEO: Why we're the NoSQL leader

Post icon  Posted 26 January 2013 - 10:49 AM

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It's impossible to separate the NoSQL trend from 10gen's MongoDB. Yes, there are all sorts of NoSQL databases, as InfoWorld's Andrew Oliver detailed in his classic "Which freaking database should I use?" And it's notoriously difficult to determine market share among open source offerings like MongoDB and its competitors, such as Couchbase or Cassandra. Nonetheless, few would dispute that MongoDB has become the darling of a new generation of developers, who discovered early in the product's history that it simplified the creation of Web applications and enabled much easier database scaling than traditional RDBMSes.


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Re: [Link] 10gen CEO: Why we're the NoSQL leader

Posted 26 January 2013 - 05:01 PM

I've been looking into MongoDB recently in fact. Here's two interesting posts I found in my travels researching it:

Don't use MongoDB (rant on pastebin)
MongoDB is web scale (funny video)
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Re: [Link] 10gen CEO: Why we're the NoSQL leader

Posted 27 January 2013 - 07:54 PM

I love me some CouchDB to be honest. It's a perfect fit for our needs and has a slick web UI built in.
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