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re: Convince me to use SQL VIEW POST

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re: OP wrote "I care most about data integrity, monitoring and maintainability, rather than performance;" - IMHO, a well designed relational database m...

Sure maybe what OP wants in this specific case is SQL I wont argue that side. I also said at scale NoSQL is faster. SQL is faster when you are working with small datasets. However, once you have an application that is at scale, like say the company I'm working with right now that has 100 million records SQL is no longer performant. However, after being switch to NoSQL DynamoDB every single access pattern they have can be queried in under 40ms every single time.

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