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CouchDB - a short review

Pretty good summary of what’s good and what you need to pay attention to when using CouchDB:

During one of our last projects we had a small 2-year adventure with Apache CouchDB NoSQL database. Here, I’m going to briefly present its strong points as well as drawbacks. […] CouchDB was chosen based on requirements and assumptions in the project. Especially, easy multi-master replication seemed to be attractive in the context of the project, which was supposed to be a distributed document database without any relations and rather unstructured data. Unfortunately, as we were going deeper into the project those assumptions turned out not to be 100% correct, and sometimes using this technology was a bit painful.

✚ It’s been quite a while since I last read a post about CouchDB. I won’t conclude based on a single article that CouchDB is still doing well, but it was nice to see it mentioned again.

Original title and link: CouchDB - a short review (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.future-processing.pl/blog/couchdb-short-review/