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NoSQL One Great Technology at Startups

There are more innovative database startups at various stages in their life than I can remember right now (e.g. Vertica, Clustrix, Tokutek), not to mention the NoSQL startups (Cloudera, Basho), messaging companies (Solace, Kaplan, 29west), visualization companies (Panopticon, Spotfire), and hundreds of other software startups with a sizable technical product innovation challenge ahead of them.

Unfortunately funding is not on par with that of the trendy startups using these great technologies.

Original title and link: NoSQL One Great Technology at Startups (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://innocuous.org/articles/2010/12/06/yes-virginia-you-can-work-on-great-technology-at-startups/