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As the minicomputer brought Oracle, will the cloud bring a new database?

The question I think about a lot is what changes will cloud computing bring to the database industry. Will cloud be the platform change that ushers in a new generation of database technologies, and if so which ones and how sweeping will the change be? It is both intellectually interesting and one of the largest external factors effecting the company I run (10gen, the company that builds mongoDB; yes, this is an obvious source of bias for me in this post

Thought provoking.

Original title and link: As the minicomputer brought Oracle, will the cloud bring a new database? (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://maxschireson.com/2011/04/19/as-the-minicomputer-brought-oracle-will-the-cloud-bring-a-new-database/