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How much burden on the shoulder of developers?

 
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Hi all,

I am still beginning with Mongo (and NoSQL). Coming from old-school development, I have one question - does NoSQL put a lot of burden on developers to keep everything going? Does the paradigm shift the responsibility from shared (Dev: I need field X on table Y - DBA:mmm let me think about it...done) to a Dev only capability to manage it all (often in a lone cubicle)?
 
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Luca Botti wrote:Does the paradigm shift the responsibility from shared (Dev: I need field X on table Y - DBA:mmm let me think about it...done) to a Dev only capability to manage it all (often in a lone cubicle)?


I have worked in both situations
1. Mange only web application, leave database for DBA and server for Unix admin
2. Mange web application, manage database, manage Server

I am more comfortable at 2nd situation. It gives me more power, more responsibility, more opportunity to learn different things.
So IMO, no developer should complain about the "paradigm shift".
 
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