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VMWare Cloud Foundry Storage Engines: MySQL, MongoDB, Redis

VMWare’s acquisitions at work:

The platform lets you build applications with Java and other JVM-based frameworks such as Grails and Roo, Rails and Sinatra for Ruby and Node.js. The platform plugs into application services such as RabbitMQ and GemFire, both now owned by VMware. […] Cloud Foundry also supports MySQL, MongoDB and Redis, […]

I assume other NoSQL databases will be added to the Cloud Foundry as I doubt Redis and MongoDB are the only ones operationally ready.

As a side note, I’m wondering if this announcement means VMWare is looking for its next acquisition in the direction of MongoDB makers’ 10gen.

Original title and link: VMWare Cloud Foundry Storage Engines: MySQL, MongoDB, Redis (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)