[dba-SQLServer] So what is super hot in the tech world?

jwcolby jwcolby at colbyconsulting.com
Wed Dec 28 19:22:24 CST 2011

Yes, and everything I have read, the big brains in that technology say "it isn't a replacement for 
SQL databases".  So the folks really in the know about NoSQL are saying point blank that NoSQL 
solves different problems and you still need SQL for problems that SQL fits.

John W. Colby
Colby Consulting

Reality is what refuses to go away
when you do not believe in it

On 12/28/2011 4:55 PM, Stuart McLachlan wrote:
> Yada, yada, yada.
> Still evangelising I see :-)
> 100 million records is not per se a problem for a SQL structured DB.
> No matter how many times people claim that it is, NoSQL is NOT a replacement for SQL,
> NoSQL is just a group of solutions to manage types of data that SQL is not ideal for.
> You might just as well say:
> With images exceeding several megabytes in size, NoAccess is much better than Access for
> manipulating graphic data.    Take for instance the NoAcess super application called
> PhotoShop.

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