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NoSQL: Distributed and Scalable Non-Relational Database Systems

NoSQL makes it in the Linux Magazine:

There’s an interesting shift happening in the world of Web-scale data stores. A whole new breed of scalable data stores is gaining popularity very quickly. The traditional LAMP stack is starting to look like a thing of the past. For a few years now, memcached has often appeared right next to MySQL, and now the whole “data tier” is being shaken up.

The article enumerates a couple of the solutions we came to become very interested in: Redis, Tokyo Cabinet, CouchDB, Riak, etc.

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via: http://www.linux-mag.com/cache/7579/1.html