IBM team claimes that CouchDB counters NOSQL MongoDB, I say….

(Last Updated On: November 24, 2014)

IBM team claimes in  that CouchDB counters NOSQL MongoDB, I say….

I just got this Tweet from @cloudant over some conversation regarding these topics, this Tweet pointed to

http://www.infoworld.com/article/2848127/nosql/couchdb-20-counters-mongodb-with-improved-scaling.html

My take is this:

From an environment at IBM that allows foreign fuc*er project managers scream (in an accent in broken English) at local developers during live telecomferences in front of real clients can well, F off. They have no credibility as a standards for  a work environment so I pay no attention but thanks for chiming in here.

On the tech, these NOSQL solutions are fine but have fun mainting tham as well other sexy tools to bang out your databse.

Even my RazorSQL for my Postgres is really good, but nothing still competes betwettn SQL Server Management Studio

Ultimately, have your internal database you own and control regarding source code. Esp if it is too be used exclusively for time series!

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