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Thoughts on SimpleDB, DynamoDB and Cassandra

Adrian Cockcroft:

So the lesson here is that for a first step into NoSQL, we went with a hosted solution so that we didn’t have to build a team of experts to run it, and we didn’t have to decide in advance how much scale we needed. Starting again from scratch today, I would probably go with DynamoDB. It’s a low “friction” and developer friendly solution.

You can look at this in two ways: 1) a biased opinion of someone that has already betted on Amazon with the infrastructure of a multi-billion business; 2) the opinion of someone that has accumulated a ton of experience in the NoSQL space and that is successfully1 running the infrastructure of a multi-billion business on NoSQL solutions. I’d strongly suggest you to think of it as the latter.


  1. Netflix was one of the few companies that continued to operate during Amazon’s EBS major failure. 

Original title and link: Thoughts on SimpleDB, DynamoDB and Cassandra (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://perfcap.blogspot.com/2012/01/thoughts-on-simpledb-dynamodb-and.html