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Comments on Urban Myths About NoSQL

Dan Weinreb comments on Michael Stonebraker’s Urban Myths about SQL (PDF) :

Dr. Michael Stonebraker recently posted a presentation entitled “Urban Myths about NoSQL”. Its primary point is to defend SQL, i.e. relational, database systems against the claims of the new “NoSQL” data stores. Dr. Stonebraker is one of the original inventors of relational database technology, and has been one of the most eminent database researchers and practitioners for decades.

In fact, Michael Stonebraker bashes everything that is not his current product—this GigaOm interview is the latest example.

For now, I’m filing this away until VoltDB is sold.

Original title and link: Comments on Urban Myths About NoSQL (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://danweinreb.org/blog/657