Why you won’t be building your killer app on a distributed hash table

May 28, 2009
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A great post from Jonathan Ellis on “Why you won’t be building your killer app on a distributed hash table” Scroll down to see my comment. I agree a simple DHT is not a suitable solution for mainstream data management…

A great post from Jonathan Ellis on “Why you won’t be building your killer app on a distributed hash table”

Scroll down to see my comment.  I agree a simple DHT is not a suitable solution for mainstream data management issues, but also I think that there is a gap between RDBMS and DHT.


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