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architecture: All content tagged as architecture in NoSQL databases and polyglot persistence

The Server Architecture Debate Rages On

Big processors or little processors, scale-up or scale-out, on-premise or in the cloud […] The plethora of choices for application architecture and delivery model are great if you like variety, but I don’t envy anyone tasked with choosing which system on which to spend their limited budget dollars.

Too little options is bad[1]. Too many options are paralizing[2]. Then what’s the solution? I think the only answer is to build experience. By trying, failing, learning, and sharing with everyone else.

Original title and link: The Server Architecture Debate Rages On (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)


Riak’s Distributed Storage Architecture

Justin Sheehy[1] talking about the Riak’s internals and how they’ve build Riak as a distributed, robust, scalable, and extensible NoSQL database

Justin Sheehy - Riak’s distributed storage architecture

  1. Justin Sheehy: CTO Basho, @justinsheehy  ()

Original title and link: Riak’s Distributed Storage Architecture (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)