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NoSQL on MySQL: Stating the Obvious

Matthew Aslett about Couchbase’s and DataStax’s reactions to Oracle’s announcement of MySQL support of NoSQL API:

Sure, Couchbase and DataStax laid it on a bit thick, but these are corporate blog posts – it goes with the territory.

I’ve already linked and commented about these: Couchbase’s reaction and DataStax’s reaction. What I didn’t know—more accurately I should probably write “I hoped”—is that this sort of reactions come with the “corporate” badge. But I’ll keep my hope considering the exhaustive list of reactions from other NoSQL companies.

Original title and link: NoSQL on MySQL: Stating the Obvious (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://blogs.the451group.com/information_management/2013/02/13/nosql-on-mysql-stating-the-obvious/