The Apache Cassandra NoSQL open source database is used by Twitter, Digg, Facebook and other big online properties, but now a new startup is aiming for broader acceptance.
on 04/27/2010 – Made popular on 04/27/2010
Database Journal: "One of the key elements that helps to enable open source software applications to gain broader enterprise usage is the availability of commercial support options. In the case of the open source MongoDB NoSQL database, that commercial support is now coming from project backer 10gen."
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