To first start off, there are many misconceptions about NoSQL and especially its strengths and weaknesses.
Even the popular NoSQL solution MongoDB is fraught with issues that no one seems to be concerned about aside from a few but there are serious issues with database integrity and verified writes. MySQL was considered dangerous or incomplete at one point without having the transactional safety features of Oracle for example.
However the NoSQL implementations seem to take this a vast step further. NoSQL is distributed and fast, but data integrity and fault tolerance are highly questionable and many question that the way the data is stored without having any relation is crazy.
This is where many are taking advantage of the current issues with PostreSQL and MySQL now branching out into the NoSQL forray and it looks like they will likely do it better where they retain the SQL features but also have a NoSQL interface and datastore.
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