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NoSql Elevator Pitch Parade

All very good pitches emphasizing core features of the NoSQL databases compiled by Michael Dwyer:

  • Do your data needs include massive scalability in a system that supports a highly distributed set of nodes resilient to network outages and inconsistency? Then you might consider NoSql alternatives.”   

  • Do you need a DBMS that doesn’t try to force you into static data schemas? Do you need the utmost of data model flexibility? Then you might consider NoSql alternatives.”

  • Is your database going to be filled with a truly massive number of objects with very simply query requirements? Is throughput an absolute priority down to the milliseconds? Then you might consider NoSql alternatives.”

  • Is your database going to be hit with a truly fantastic amount of write activity? Then you might consider NoSql alternatives.”

  • Would your solution benefit greatly from the utmost in maintenance and administration simplicity? Then you might consider NoSql alternatives.”

Original title and link: NoSql Elevator Pitch Parade (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://dwyerz.com/mhdblog/?p=107