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NoSQL Everywhere? Not So Fast

So how can big companies get in on the action? Let’s contrast the nature of data suited for NoSQL with the properties of enterprise data that requires the single-source-of-truth systems that we talked about. We’ll use three V’s: volume, velocity, and variety.

Just in case you want to read an InformationWeek post with no start, no end, and no logic, but (ab)using all the necessary buzzwords.

Original title and link: NoSQL Everywhere? Not So Fast (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

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