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NoSQL Week in Review 12

I hope you had a great NoSQL week and you are ready for a new edition of the NoSQL week in review, your quick way to catch up with all hot things NoSQL from the last week. Without further ado, let’s see what happened last week in the NoSQL world:

What’s Hot in the NoSQL World

  1. MongoDB Durability: A Tradeoff to Be Aware Of
  2. Translate SQL to MongoDB MapReduce
  3. CouchDB Can Completely Change the Architecture of Your Next Web Application
  4. Presentation: NoSQL @ CodeMash - An Interesting NoSQL Categorization
  5. A Very Specific Benchmark: Files vs MySQL vs Memcached vs Redis vs MongoDB

Firstly, I’ll have to confess that I have influenced this week’s What’s Hot in the NoSQL World section. The article MongoDB Durability: A Tradeoff to Be Aware Of was already showing good signs of being interesting for the NoSQL community so I have decided to share it on both Reddit and Hacker News (from there I guess you can already imagine the results).

So, if you’d allow me to influence it again, I’d also suggest these posts:

New NoSQL Releases

Project Voldemort has pushed out an important update which fixed a major backward compatibility issue introduced with the 0.60 release. You can read more about Project Voldemort 0.80 - Backward compatibility restored and BDB upgrade.

NoSQL Week in Review

Before closing up, I’d like to tell you that I already have a couple of great posts prepared for the upcoming week and I’m pretty sure we will have a great NoSQL week.