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CouchDB Case Study: Building a Track and Trace Application

Migrated from PostgreSQL and DoDoStorage (in-house document store) to CouchDB:

Currently we are running CouchDB with subset of our tracking archives. This subset is about a quarter million documents of wich 20% or so have attachments resulting in a database size of about 5 GB. No complains so far.

This CouchDB case study provides details about both the data model and data access.

Original title and link: CouchDB Case Study: Building a Track and Trace Application (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://blogs.23.nu/c0re/2008/12/building-a-track-and-trace-application-with-couchdb/