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The State of NoSQL in 2012

Wise words from Sid Anand:

Many of the NoSQL vendors view the “battle of NoSQL” to be akin to the RDBMS battle of the 80s, a winner-take-all battle. In the NoSQL world, it is by no means a winner-take-all battle. Distributed Systems are about compromises.

While there might be some that would like to see a NoSQL battle and at some point money will talk, I hope the real battle will remained centered around the technical aspects and which data solutions solve each specific problem better. The sort of battle in which everyone learns something.

Original title and link: The State of NoSQL in 2012 (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://practicalcloudcomputing.com/post/16109041412/the-state-of-nosql-in-2012