[Seaside] object databases and other questions of architecture

Randal L. Schwartz merlyn at stonehenge.com
Thu Mar 27 15:10:44 UTC 2008

>>>>> "Colin" == Colin Putney <cputney at wiresong.ca> writes:

Colin> Another downside (compared to where you are now) is that Gemstone is a
Colin> commercial product, and if you want to scale beyond a certain point,
Colin> you'll have to pay for it.

If you can't make enough money from 100 dynamic hits per second to afford the
$7000/year second-tier Gemstone license, you probably don't have a very good
business model. :)

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