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Asking for Performance and Scalability Advice on StackOverflow

How many times have you got an answer that applies to your specific scenario when providing a short list of performance and scalability requirements? MySQL/InnoDB can do 750k qps, Cassandra is scaling linearly, MongoDB can do 8 mil ops/s. Is any of these the answer for your application?

Actually:

  • How many times did you get all the requirements right at the spec time?

  • How many times did requirements remain the same during the development cycle?

  • How many times did production reality confirmed your bullet list requirements?

Original title and link: Asking for Performance and Scalability Advice on StackOverflow (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)