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Membase on VMWare

James Phillips of NorthScale about scaling out with Membase on VMWare (real interview starts at around 1’35”):

Considering Membase is persisting to disk (as opposed to its little brother memcached which is memory only)[1], I’m wondering if virtualized environments provide good enough IO.


  1. As many other DBMS, Membase keeps “hot data” in memory, but it also writes it to disk for durability.  ()

Original title and link: Membase on VMWare (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)