Tuesday, January 22, 2013
A CrNiCKL driver for MongoDB was released yesterday. With this first NoSQL driver, developers have now the choice to run CrNiCKL services either on SQL or on NoSQL databases. A NoSQL database can be a good solution for accommodating huge datasets or to address replication or sharding requirements. On the other hand, when data integrity is paramount, it is better to stick with a good old SQL database and use the CrNiCKL driver for JDBC.