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Re: [jnosql-dev] NoSQL Endgame - Werner Keil Thodoris Bais -Percona Live ONLINE 2020 - NoSQL Tutorial
  • From: Oliver Drotbohm <odrotbohm@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 29 Dec 2020 15:50:24 +0000
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> Am 29.12.2020 um 15:17 schrieb Werner Keil <werner.keil@xxxxxxx>:
> Oliver,
> Thanks for the Input. Can you please Point us to the exact list of supported Drivers or DB Systems?
> JNoSQL lists around 30 and the list is not even complete because there are a few vendors creating drivers independently, but if Spring Data has a comparable list we’re happy to include it or update the number to „a dozen“ or whatever seems appropriate.

The link I had in the original message lists all available ones. The website you point to in turn links to  actual database products and lists 31. The driver implementations' repository [0] lists 16. Care to elaborate on the difference? I am not really inclined to play the numbers game here but there seems to be some serious distortion going on in the external communication.

> Please leave this out of the nosql-dev, this is only for the Jakarta NoSQL spec and while Spring Data does not distinguish between API and implementation (that is what Emily and Ed Burns said in their comparison between Spring Boot and Eclipse MicroProfile ;-D) the comparison is based on compatible implementations like JNoSQL.

Sorry if I am not aware of the subtleties of all of the different email lists, I just replied to the original email.



> Von: Oliver Drotbohm
> Gesendet: Dienstag, 29. Dezember 2020 15:10
> An: jnosql developer discussions
> Cc: nosql developer discussions
> Betreff: Re: [jnosql-dev] NoSQL Endgame - Werner Keil Thodoris Bais -Percona Live ONLINE 2020 - NoSQL Tutorial
> Werner, Thodoris,
> would you mind clarifying the last bullet point on slide 53 claiming Spring Data would "only" support "half a dozen" NoSQL stores? In fact, the website [0] lists more than a dozen stores supported and – from the list of competitors – arguably has the broadest list of stores supported.
> In general, when creating such comparison overview slides, it's good practice to not switch the criterias to evaluate each contestant under on the go. Doing so makes slides 50 and following rather meaningless as you move from "huge number" as a plus without actually qualifying this to "only half a dozen" as a negative when it's even factually untrue.
> It's great to see those direct comparisons, but I'd prefer if we stick to the facts and not colorize our evaluation just because we're affiliated with one of the contestants.
> Cheers,
> Ollie
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> > Am 29.12.2020 um 13:58 schrieb Otavio Santana <otaviopolianasantana@xxxxxxxxx>:
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> > Hello everyone, there is a virtue presentation to compare several Java framework solutions in the Java world by Werner Keil and Thodoris Bais.
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