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Will Oracle Win the NoSQL Competition

I agree this title is misleading but problem is clear: today Oracle does not provide any product can compete with new cloud computing needs and with the NoSQL movement. It is not possibile to think that actually the RAC technology of oracle can be used in a cloud environment and also a cloud service cannot be deployed over an Exadata.

The real question though is if Oracle is really interested by the market currently served by NoSQL databases and/or hybrid solutions. And judging by the latest versions of MySQL and MySQL Cluster[1] it looks like they are testing the waters.

  1. Latest versions of MySQL and MySQL Cluster are adding support for using the Memcached protocol. See NoSQL to MySQL with Memcached  

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