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World’s smallest No SQL DatabaseThe Devil Is In The Details

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So, what is the point of the code that I have shown here: http://ayende.com/blog/162691/worlds-smallest-no-sql-database

The point was to show where you start, and how easy it is, but all the details that you need to handle along the way. I decided that it would probably make for an interesting blog series about the sort of things that this example exposes.

In particular, I want to talk about:

  • I/O
  • Memory
  • Concurrency
  • ACID
  • Transactions
  • Searching
  • Scale up
  • Scale out
  • Aggregation
  • High availability
  • Backups
  • Monitoring

I might have a few more items along the way, but those are probably the most important ones.

More posts in "World’s smallest No SQL Database" series:

  1. (16 Aug 2013) Persistent data
  2. (22 Jul 2013) Persistent transaction logs
  3. (18 Jul 2013) ACID & Transactions
  4. (11 Jul 2013) Concurrency
  5. (10 Jul 2013) Memory
  6. (08 Jul 2013) The Devil Is In The Details

Comments

Erik

Looking forward to this series! =)

Tony Dunsworth

I agree with Erik. I'm looking forward to this series!!

Bob
Bob

I agree with Tony and Erik. Looking forward for this series!!!

Daniel Häfele

I agree with Bob, Tony and Erik. Looking forward for this series!!!!

Jordy Kreuf

I agree with Daniel, Bob, Tony and Erik. Looking forward for this series!!!!!

andrew

It is so easy to make a recursive function - even on a comment thread

Tim Murphy

I agree with Jordy, Daniel, Bob, Tony and Erik. Looking forward for this series!!!!!

Andreas McDermott

I agree with Tim, Jordy, Daniel, Bob, Tony and Erik. Looking forward for this series!!!!!

Ray Luo

It is never too late to agree with Andreas, Tim, Jordy, Daniel, Bob, Tony and Erik. Looking forward for this series!!!!! :-)

Leon Keyser

I agree with Tim, Jordy, Bob, Tony and Erik, but NOT with Daniel and Ray. Looking forward to this series!!!!!

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