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NoSQL databases: Maslow’s Law Applied to NoSQL Needs

Adrian Cockcroft[1] transposing the Maslow law to NoSQL systems:

NoSQL systems and Maslow Law

All points below are detailed in the presentation:

  • Self-actualization: In Memory
  • Esteem: Shared Memory
  • Belonging: Partitioned
  • Safe: Persisted
  • Physiological: Durable/Backed-up

  1. Adrian Cockcroft: Cloud Architect at Netflix, @adrainco  

Original title and link: NoSQL: Maslow’s Law Applied to NoSQL Needs (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)