What is distinctive about an enterprise-class NoSQL database is its support
for additional enterprise-scale application requirements, namely: ACID
(atomic, consistent, isolated, and durable) transactions, government-grade
security and elasticity, as well as automatic failover.
What is distinctive about an enterprise-class NoSQL database is what my company is selling.
If that would be true, I doubt we would have no any other databases around considering MarkLogic’ age and perfect fit.
Snarky comments aside, the enterprise requirements are so complicated, numerous, political and sometime non-technical, that I don’t think anyone would ever be able to come up with a definition or (even if extremely long) checklist of what’s enterprise-grade.
Original title and link: Enterprise-class NoSQL