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CouchDB Isn’t All That Much of a Business

Curt Monash:

Pure CouchDB isn’t all that much of a business, at least relative to community size, as CouchDB is a single-server product commonly used by people who are content not to pay for support.

This could explain both the confusing CouchDB positioning, but also Membase and CouchOne merger.

Original title and link: CouchDB Isn’t All That Much of a Business (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)