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ThriftDB: The Amazon Web Services of Search

ThriftDB presented today at TechCrunch Disrupt:

Technically speaking, ThriftDB is a flexible key-value datastore with search built in that has the flexibility, scalability, and performance of a NoSQL datastore with the capabilities of full-text search. Essentially, what this means is that, by combining the datastore and the search engine, ThriftDB is offering a service that makes it easy for developers to build fast, horizontally-scalable applications with integrated search.

The website says ThriftDB is a document database built on top of Thrift with full-text search support. I’m not really sure about the Amazon Web Services for Search, but it sounds like it would go against Marklogic, ElasticSearch, Solr, and so on.

Original title and link: ThriftDB: The Amazon Web Services of Search (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://techcrunch.com/2011/05/24/thriftdb-wants-to-be-the-amazon-web-services-of-search/