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MongoDB Distances Itself From NoSQL Alternatives

When Zawodny[1], a MySQL performance guru, gets behind MongoDB, it’s time for enterprises interested in NoSQL to consider MongoDB.

Actually, it just means that he has found a scenario where MongoDB fits. Others should do their own due dilligence.


  1. Jeremey Zawodny: author of the book “High Performance MySQL” and  

Original title and link: MongoDB Distances Itself From NoSQL Alternatives (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.infoworld.com/d/open-source-software/nosql-should-be-in-your-business-and-mongodb-could-lead-the-way-104?page=0,1