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Mashable Predictions: NoSQL Technologies Will Stake Their Ground

NoSQL technologies have had some high-profile hiccups this year (remember that MongoDB/Foursquare disaster? 1), but we’ve been assured that what doesn’t kill NoSQL only makes it stronger and more stable.

It’s kind of normal to hear about new technologies hiccups as:

  • people tend to look at new technologies as silverbullets and so we’ll complain when discovering they are not
  • lab solutions need to be proved in real world scenarios

On the other hand even 20+ years old technologies show hiccups and I bet we don’t hear about all of them.


1 Here is a reference to Foursquare MongoDB Outage Post Mortem

Original title and link: Mashable Predictions: NoSQL Technologies Will Stake Their Ground (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://mashable.com/2010/12/27/web