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NoSQL Database Virtual Panel: Architectural Patterns, Use Cases, Limitations and Constraints

In a sort of follow up to the NoSQL panel I’ve hosted at QCon, InfoQ published a virtual panel covering the following topics:

  1. What is the current state of NoSQL databases in terms of enterprise adoption?
  2. Can you discuss the core architectural patterns your NoSQL database product supports in the areas of data persistence, retrieval, and other database related concerns?
  3. What are the use cases or applications that are best suited to use your product?
  4. What are the limitations or constraints of using the product?
  5. Cross-Store Persistence concept is getting a lot of attention lately. This can be used to persist the data into different databases including NoSQL and Relational databases. Can you talk about this approach and how it can help the application developers who need to connect to multiple databases from a single application?
  6. What do you see as the role of In-memory data grids (IMDG) in the polyglot persistence space?
  7. What is the current state of security in this space and what’s coming?
  8. What is the future road map for your product in terms of new features and enhancements?

I’d suggest reading the answers to questions 2 to 6 at least.

Original title and link: NoSQL Database Virtual Panel: Architectural Patterns, Use Cases, Limitations and Constraints (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)