On 02/09/14 18:33, Hannu Krosing wrote:
On 09/02/2014 06:27 PM, Joel Jacobson wrote:
On Tue, Sep 2, 2014 at 6:11 PM, Álvaro Hernández Tortosa <a...@nosys.es> wrote:
We are definitely worse. This is the problem, we only look to our own
belly bottom (if this expression exists in English). All NoSQL scale
*easily*, *transparently* beyond one node. Postgres doesn't. I'm not saying
they don't suck at many many other things, or that some of them may be worse
solution than the problem. But despite JSON/JSONB in pg is awesome, it's far
far away from what we need to compete agains NoSQL in these regards.
So the discussion started out with a desire to improve PL/pgSQL. Now
somehow NoSQL and JSON is discussed in the same thread. Interesting.
Godwin's Law never fails :-)
Not to mention completely unsubstantiated claims about *all* NoSQL
scaling *easily* and *transparently* beyond one node :)
Honestly, this is off-topic and we can argue forever, but
regardless all do or not, what's sure is that Postgres doesn't have
horizontal scalability. Period.
And this is what we should look at. And we can't claim we're NoSQL
until we have (easy, transparent) horizontal scalability.
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