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Railo Cache Benchmark - CouchDB, MongoDB, RAM

They’re all fast, but what amazes me is how little difference there is between RAM vs MongoDB performance!

Not sure why that’d would be amazing considering MongoDB will keep all that data in memory. In fact I’d say that the interesting part is CouchDB performance considering it goes to the disk for each read.

Original title and link: Railo Cache Benchmark - CouchDB, MongoDB, RAM (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://zefer.posterous.com/railo-cache-benchmark-couchdb-mongodb-ram