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NoSQL CouchDB founder turns to phone and cloud services

Gavin Clarke (The Register):

NoSQL start-up CouchIO is targeting mobile and clouds after just a year of trying to monetize the company’s CouchDB document store.

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Rather than to replace SQLite, Katz believes that CouchDB has a future by being used in addition to SQLite — primarily on document-centric apps such as email, calendaring, scheduling, contacts, CRM, time sheets, and inventory. “That’s where Couch really shines,” Katz said.

Back to origins?[1]


  1. Before creating CouchDB, Damien Katz has been working on Lotus Notes.  ()

Original title and link for this post: NoSQL CouchDB founder turns to phone and cloud services (published on the NoSQL blog: myNoSQL)

via: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2010/09/08/couchone_couchdb_nosql_new_name/