|Re: NoSQL and Scout [message #1415227 is a reply to message #1414856]
||Tue, 02 September 2014 11:08
| Barust R.
Registered: February 2014
Initially, my question about the possibility of using NoSQL, I wanted to find out the possibility of using other data storage and processing systems in Scout.
May I ask you why or for what you want to use NoSQL?
Supposed to solve the problem with a large data processing (Big Data), scalability and clustering. Taken as a basis: document processing and quick access to pictures on the key values of the objects.
I'm asking, because NoSQL can be everything: key-value, document store, column store or even graph database like neo4j.
What kind of technology use has not been resolved, although as I wrote above, this is likely to Document-Oriented Store or Key-Value Store.
I agree with you that most NoSQL systems do not guarantee requirements ACID, but in the developed system proposed to use NoSQL and relational database systems. I think that it would be difficult to solve this kind of problem. But this is solved, is not it?
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