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I have a theory: Is NoSQL less disruptive than we thought and just, well, useful?

Derrick Harris for GigaOm opening an article around the conversation he had with VC Mitchell Kertzman:

Remember a few years ago when all the talk around emerging NoSQL databases was how they’d make history of relational databases any time that scale was an issue? Well, that hasn’t exactly happened yet, and Hummer Winblad Managing Director Mitchell Kertzman has a theory as to why: In most cases, NoSQL just isn’t that disruptive.

I have a different theory: just give it a bit more time.

Original title and link: I have a theory: Is NoSQL less disruptive than we thought and just, well, useful? (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://gigaom.com/2013/11/09/is-nosql-less-disruptive-than-we-thought-and-just-well-useful/