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World’s smallest No SQL Database: The Devil Is In The Details

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World’s smallest No SQL Database: The Devil Is In The Details

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So, what is the point of the code that I have shown here:http://ayende.com/blog/162691/worlds-smallest-no-sql-database

The point was to show where you start, and how easy it is, but all the detailsthat you need to handle along the way. I decided that it would probably make for an interesting blog series about the sort of things that this example exposes.

In particular, I want to talk about:

  • I/O
  • Memory
  • Concurrency
  • ACID
  • Transactions
  • Searching
  • Scale up
  • Scale out
  • Aggregation
  • High availability
  • Backups
  • Monitoring

I might have a few more items along the way, but those are probably the most important ones.

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