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The Business of Database as a Service

From a PR announcement about Cloudant’s business results in 2012 :

Cloudant says that during 2012, a year that saw its staff grow to 45 employees, the company’s customer base grew to more than 12,000 multi-tenant customers, counting both free customers, as well as the 50 that pay for its dedicated clusters.

I wholeheartedly hope these results are not indicative for the Database-as-a-Service market. I also wish Cloudant an even better 2013.

I haven’t seen any numbers from major platforms like Amazon Web Services, Heroku, or Rackspace, so if you have any please do share them.

Original title and link: The Business of Database as a Service (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)