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LivelyCouch: Towards the CouchDB Application Server

I’m not convinced that building or bundling another application server together is the right way to go. But that’s what ☞ LivelyCouch proposes:

  • We want our entire Node.js application to live inside CouchDB and replicate it.
  • We want to write event-driven applications scaling across processes and machines.
  • We want to be able to easily replace code at runtime.
  • We want our code to be decoupled and fault-tolerant.

Original title and link: LivelyCouch: Towards the CouchDB Application Server (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)