imageAs the author of a schema less database, I find myself in the strange position of the barefoot shoemaker. I need to explain a bit. Our current storage engines, Esent and Munin (which was designed mostly to be like Esent) have rigid schemas. There are tables, and indexes, etc. This means that features that touch the storage layer tend to be much more complex. They require migrations, adding new features that require storage means that we have to create new storage tables, or modify indexes, or any number of a bunch of stuff that we developed RavenDB so our users wouldn’t have to.