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How to interpret NoSQL funding rounds

Adam Fowler (Marklogic):

Looking solely at money raised it it is tempting to conclude that MongoDB is the most successful NoSQL vendor out there… It simply isn’t though. It’s a services company mostly, and one that doesn’t make much in software license. They’re simply louder than the rest.

Sounds bitter. Very bitter.

Original title and link: How to interpret NoSQL funding rounds (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://adamfowlerml.wordpress.com/2013/11/12/how-to-interpret-nosql-funding-rounds/