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NoSQL is Growing, Not Slowing

Finally someone else reacting at the GigaOM BS:

We’re still in the early stages of rapid growth in the NoSQL market. Some of the bold statements from the fringe have subsided, new RDBMS capabilities are being offered by RDBMS companies to address their sizable deficiencies, and there will no doubt be louder voices from the relational camp as NoSQL continues to rapidly get traction. But none of this is an indication of a slowdown in NoSQL momentum. In fact, it’s more likely these are all just signs of the significant change that is afoot in the data management market.

Original title and link: NoSQL is Growing, Not Slowing (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)