Frank DENIS random thoughts.

An introduction to Tokyo products

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And now, with the of conditions, Toyko products can also put sqlite to a shame.

Seriously, with Tokyo products, bigtable-like storage engines, transparent clustering with products like Terracotta and Maglev, and message queuing services, what’s the point of using SQL nowadays except for supporting legacy applications (or for old and conservative developpers)? SQL is just as archaic as FAT is for filesystems. Move on, let them die.