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Document databases: 11 Document-oriented Applications

From Zef Hemel:

Some examples of document-oriented applications:

  • CRM
  • Contact Address/Phone Book
  • Forum/Discussion
  • Bug Tracking
  • Document Collaboration/Wiki
  • Customer Call Tracking
  • Expense Reporting
  • To-Dos
  • Time Sheets
  • E-mail
  • Help/Reference Desk

Looking at this list I’m like, what application is not document-oriented?

A partial answer to the last question is simple: all those that require highly connected data.

Original title and link: Document databases: 11 Document-oriented Applications (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://zef.me/1562/sittin-on-the-couchdb