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The Register Covers the Revolv DB Migration

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The Register Covers the Revolv DB Migration

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Traditional relational databases weren’t designed for today’s customers. Learn about the world’s first NoSQL Engagement Database purpose-built for the new era of customer experience.

The Register's Jack Clark wrote a short piece on Revolv's database migration based on my blog post from last week and an interview we did on Friday. I found the conclusion to the article to be a fairly phrased and well-put summary of the NoSQL/SQL issue:

We here on El Reg's database cluster are sure that NoSQL technologies have some great benefits (the flexibility of a document-oriented system like MongoDB, or the resilient ring-storage structure of Riak, for instance), but many startups risk being spiked by arcane problems that come about as they scale. We recommend they take a hard look at traditional systems and work out if they can have a relationship with them. [That's enough—Ed.]

Thanks, El Reg, for stating the point so clearly.


Learn how the world’s first NoSQL Engagement Database delivers unparalleled performance at any scale for customer experience innovation that never ends.

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java ,sql ,opinion ,nosql ,database ,trends ,tools & methods ,revolv

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