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5 Requirements for Enterprise NoSQL databases

Emil Eifrem enumerates 5 requirements for adopting NoSQL databases in the enterprise environment:

  1. Ability to Handle Today’s Complex and Connected Data
  2. Simplify the Development of Applications Using Complex and Connected Data
  3. Support for End-to-End Transactions
  4. Enterprise-grade Durability so that Data is Never Lost
  5. Java Still Reigns for Enterprise Development

I think Emil Eifrem has left out a couple of other critical aspects, but I agree with 4 and 1/2 of those on his list.

Original title and link: 5 Requirements for Enterprise NoSQL databases (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.dbta.com/Articles/Editorial/Trends-and-Applications/NoSQL-for-the-Enterprise-80198.aspx