Use MySQL to store NoSQL and SQL data in the same database using memcached and InnoDB This is an off-site link.  Please review our Terms of Service for additional information.

(Tony Darnell) MySQL is a great relational database, but at some point someone (management) in your company is probably going to say that they need to use NoSQL to store their data. After all, NoSQL is one of the latest buzzwords, so it must be good (correct?).

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