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Oracle NoSQL Database in Review

Daniel Abadi in probably the most detailed high level review of the Oracle NoSQL database:

Therefore, there is a fundamental difference between the Oracle NoSQL database system and eventually consistent NoSQL systems: while eventually consistent NoSQL systems choose to tradeoff consistency for latency and availability during failure and network partition events, the Oracle NoSQL system instead trades of durability for latency and availability.

The above part has also led to a very interesting exchange between Daniel and a couple of Oracle NoSQL team members about different definitions of eventual consistency.

Original title and link: Oracle NoSQL Database in Review (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://dbmsmusings.blogspot.com/2011/10/overview-of-oracle-nosql-database.html