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Publicado el 20 . 1 . 2010 por Equipo GNOSS
Anti-RDBMS: A list of distributed key-value stores | Richard Jones

Se trata de un artículo escrito por Richard Jones, CTO de Last.fm durante 6 años, sobre las bases de datos no relacionales. El artículo está escrito originalmente en enero de 2009, pero contiene actualizaciones en los comentarios.

Perhaps you’re considering using a dedicated key-value or document store instead of a traditional relational database. Reasons for this might include:

  • You’re suffering from Cloud-computing Mania.
  • You need an excuse to ‘get your Erlang on’
  • You heard CouchDB was cool.
  • You hate MySQL, and although PostgreSQL is much better, it still doesn’t have decent replication.
  • There’s no chance you’re buying Oracle licenses.
  • Your data is stored and retrieved mainly by primary key, without complex joins.
  • You have a non-trivial amount of data, and the thought of managing lots of RDBMS shards and replication failure scenarios gives you the fear.

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