The Windows Azure blog publishes an interview with Jonathan Ellis
People are going to realize that lower complexity, lower total cost of ownership, and higher reliability are good reasons for putting data that is a good fit for Cassandra in that kind of system. That will let them pare back relational storage to just what it’s good at, in a relatively small core.
Too many interesting topics to be able to quote them all: Michael Stonebraker and his position on NoSQL vs his products, relational databases future, Digg, Kevin Rose and Cassandra, durability as a tradeoff in NoSQL databases, etc. So make sure you read it all.
Markus ‘maol’ Perdrizat
Original title and link: Talking with Jonathan Ellis, Co-Founder of Riptano (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)