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Predictions about SQL and NoSQL databases

Razi Sharir of Xeround1:

  1. Database models and alternatives settle back on SQL
  2. Enterprises and Developers will realize that databases in the cloud have specific needs
  3. 2011 is the year of Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS)
  4. Native SaaS pricing
  5. Elasticity is the key – and in 2011, we expect it to be automatic

All planets are aligning for Xeround. Astronomy center does not confirm though.


  1. Xeround is a service company providing “elastic, always-on database-as-a-service for your MySQL-based application”. I wrote about Xeround and that post generated a very interesting conversation.  

Original title and link: Predictions about SQL and NoSQL databases (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://blog.xeround.com/2011/01/five-predictions-for-your-database-in-2011