From: Georges DICK <georges.d...@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 7 Mar 2012 17:18:44 +0100
Local: Wed, Mar 7 2012 11:18 am
Subject: Re: Does a NoSQL database have better HA traits than Oracle with two-way replication for a medium (100 GB) database?
I think you should find an answer here :
In short : NoSQL DB can offer better availability, because they can be
BTW, for 150000 transactions per day, on a train ticket selling
> We are designing an e-commerce web site that will sell about 20,000--
> train tickets per day(about 150,00 transactions per day). a major
> requirement is High Availability(99.999%).
> Many people tell me I should go NoSQL way.
> From what I understand - NoSQL DBs implement active-active replication
> for HA just like regular relational DBs, so they are no better than
> e.g. Oracle with replicatoin .
> Is there something special about NoSQL databases that make it more
> resilient than relational + active-active replication ?
> Thanks, Tzahi
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