Polyglot Persistence With Kundera (Example With KuduDB and MongoDB)
In the world of Big Data, we have a lot of datastores solving various problems in application development and data storage. Some are better for storing fast data, some for storing relationship graphs, some provide consistency in data, and some give high availability. Using a single datastore would compromise few features that an application might need, resulting in poor performance.
Kundera solves this problem by providing polyglot persistence out of the box. You can store data in more than one datastore as simply changing a configuration file.
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May 17, 2017 at 10:09AM