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Why Comcast is Interested in NoSQL databases

Fantastic presentation from Jon Moore on why Comcast (enterprises?) is not interested in NoSQL databases:

Summarizing:

  • it is not for massive scale
  • it is not for high performance
  • it is not for handling Big Data
  • NoSQL databases still carry risks and require more ramp-up and investment
  • it is for the distributed nature of NoSQL databases, including multi-data center support
  • it is for operational scalability and operational friendliness of NoSQL databases

You can get the PDF from ☞ here.

Jon Moore

Original title and link: Why Comcast is Interested in NoSQL databases (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)