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NoSQL Week in Review 27

Most read posts about NoSQL databases

  1. NoSQL databases: 10 Things you Should Know About Them: 5 pros and 5 cons of NoSQL databases discussed
  2. A Redis Admin UI: introducing a Redis admin. Meanwhile I’ve heard it already got an update. And as a bonus, Redis 2.0 is finally out!
  3. The Future of MySQL: a (debatable) video about MySQL development and future
  4. Hypertable: The Ultimate Scaling Machine: one of the best presentation about scalable NoSQL databases
  5. MongoDB or Hadoop?: it shouldn’t be either or, but in this scenario I think the answer is clear
  6. CouchDB: What is CouchApp?: the tutorial I’ve been looking for.

As mentioned above, this last week has marked the release of the much awaited Redis 2.0. Judging by the reactions on Twitter, I’d say that CouchDB 1.0, MongoDB 1.6.0, and Redis 2.0 were the most welcome NoSQL databases releases I’ve seen since covering NoSQL news.

Original title and link for this post: NoSQL Week in Review 27 (published on the NoSQL blog: myNoSQL)