10 standout NoSQL databases you should try
These 10 "second-generation" data stores represent the forefront of the NoSQL revolution
By Peter Wayner | InfoWorld | Published: 18:01, 09 October 12
The NoSQL buzzword caught fire just a few short years ago, but we're already well into the second generation of the movement. While the early stacks of code were just experiments, the systems today are much more mature, ready for action, and facing the hard truths of a technology that's come of age - so much so that some of the best NoSQL data stores have already been rewritten, and a few are even sticking the 2.0 label on the latest version. Here's a list of some of the better-known tools for building fast, scalable repositories for lots of data.
Amazon Web Services offers more ways to store data than there are fingers on one hand. DynamoDB is the NoSQL solution that takes key/value pairs and spreads them out across servers in three different zones where all the data is stored on SSDs. If you anticipate more demand for the traffic, DynamoDB will add more servers behind the scenes.