Sorted links on Databases

Storing PHP Sessions in CouchDB
One of the more common architectural tasks when designing a web based system that you expect to scale horizontally is deciding how to handle and store sessions.
Stabilizing Couchbase Server 2.0
Rewriting it in C let us break through many optimization barriers. We are easily getting 2x the write throughput over the optimized Erlang engine and SQLite engines, with less CPU and a fraction of the memory overhead.
The Database As Queue Anti-Pattern
Fourthly, sharing a database between applications (or services) is a bad thing. It’s just too tempting to put amorphous shared state in there and before you know it you’ll have a hugely coupled monster..
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