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NoSQL Is Here to Stay

If you think NoSQL is just a fad, I’d encourage you to take a look at the amount of data we need to be ready to process sooner than later: [1] or [2].

Now we can pull out our pencils and try to calculate the costs of managing this data using traditional systems (hint: make sure we include licensing costs, vertically scalable hardware, DB administration costs, etc.). We should also try to include the cost of complexity.

NoSQL is definitely here to stay!