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Non-relational data stores for OpenSQL Camp

Igal Koshevoy has made available through Github his presentation on “Non-relational data stores for OpenSQL Camp: Overview, coding and assessment: MongoDB, Tokyo Tyrant & CouchDB”.

After a short presentation of the relational and non-relational worlds, Igal jumps to presented pros and cons for each of the MongoDB, Tokyo Tyrant and CouchDB, includes code snippets for all basic operations and completes with some benchmarking results. You can read the presentation embedded below (update: it looks like Google embed doesn’t work with this document or GitHub is not allowing access to it): so for the moment you can access it in PDF format ☞ here.