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Will Amazon DynamoDB Be a Game Changer?

A question asked by many, but for now only a few shared their thoughts on Quora. Truth is there are many ways to defining a game changer technology: disruptive, innovative, impacting existing solution providers in the same market or in related markets, etc. Amazon DynamoDB could be all or none or a bit of each of these. But if the question implies a “winner-takes-it-all” answer, Sid Anand already answered it:

In the NoSQL world, it is by no means a winner-take-all battle. Distributed Systems are about compromises.

Leaving aside this type of questions, what I think it’s more relevant is learning who will be using Amazon DynamoDB and for what.

Original title and link: Will Amazon DynamoDB Be a Game Changer? (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)