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NoSQL Databases in Review 29

Last week most read posts about NoSQL databases

  1. MongoDB and MySQL Benchmarks: A very interesting benchmark this time with many things to be learned.
  2. To Lose or Not to Lose Data… There is No Question: Learn how not to lose your data.
  3. Xeround: MySQL Elastic, Always-on Storage Engine for the Cloud: an interesting new option for running a scalable, elastic MySQL in the cloud. But there are quite a few questions about it.
  4. Redis: Implementing Auto Complete or How to build Trie on Redis: Using Redis sorted sets to implement trie or more practical, an auto complete feature for your app.
  5. CouchDB: The File system for the internet: is CouchDB message a bit confusing?

My favorites from last week in NoSQL databases

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