"The perceived value of a purely low-level language all but gone, Stonebraker thinks NoSQL systems will also come to embrace ACID capabilities. It might already be happening.5 predictions on the future of databases (from a guy who knows databases) — Tech News and Analysis
“I think the biggest NoSQL proponent of non-ACID has been historically a guy named Jeff Dean at Google, who’s responsible for, essentially, most to all of their database offerings. And he recently … wrote a system called Spanner,” Stonebraker explained. “Spanner is a pure ACID system. So Google is moving to ACID and I think the NoSQL market will move away from eventual consistency and toward ACID.”"
Sunday, December 15, 2013
5 predictions on the future of databases (from a guy who knows databases) — Tech News and Analysis [Gigaom]
Excerpt from a Michael Stonebraker DBMS market reality check