Of NoSQL and stuff


FakeMessiah
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Registered: 15.01.12 20:07
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Posts: 14

So, NoSQL, does anyone have any experince on them database?
I'm curoius to give rethinkdb a try, so if anyone has tried it before i'd love to her about your experiences.
I know NoSql-databases might still be unusable for production, but i'd be using it for my own small project, so speed is not my main concern.
Also, i could possibly write some sort of article/something of my findings, if anyone's interested (my englush sucks so just bear with me)

i.imgur.com/JJQwa.png


FakeMessiah
Member
Registered: 15.01.12 20:07
Timezone: UTC +2
Posts: 14

So, NoSQL, does anyone have any experince on them database?
I'm curoius to give rethinkdb a try, so if anyone has tried it before i'd love to her about your experiences.
I know NoSql-databases might still be unusable for production, but i'd be using it for my own small project, so speed is not my main concern.
Also, i could possibly write some sort of article/something of my findings, if anyone's interested (my englush sucks so just bear with me)

i.imgur.com/JJQwa.png


ynori7
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Registered: 24.08.11 12:16
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Posts: 144

Well I have experience with Neo4j, MongoDB, and CouchBase and it hasn't been a very good experience.

These articles show some of why I dislike Neo4j and MongoDB:
Neo4j
MongoDB

Although, you could maybe call Memcached and ElasticSearch NoSQL databases, and those I do like.

i537.photobucket.com/albums/ff338/ynori77/archenemysig1.jpg


ynori7
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Registered: 24.08.11 12:16
Timezone: UTC +2
Posts: 144

Well I have experience with Neo4j, MongoDB, and CouchBase and it hasn't been a very good experience.

These articles show some of why I dislike Neo4j and MongoDB:
Neo4j
MongoDB

Although, you could maybe call Memcached and ElasticSearch NoSQL databases, and those I do like.

i537.photobucket.com/albums/ff338/ynori77/archenemysig1.jpg