I'm currently looking in a Document based nosql (possibly with sharding/replication/NSPOF) database that allow (is specialized in) deep json document update.

By that I mean that I would like a nosql that gives me the ability to change any json values without having to fetch the whole document modify it and send it back to the server.

I'm going to work with huge documents, with known schema, and it would be useful not to retrieve and send back the document since the database is on a different dedicated server. It will help me save a lot of bandwidth.


  • No. Xindice fits the equivalent niche for xml. I suppose you could lay some sort of mapping layer there. Without a broadly implemented query language for json, I don't see it happening. – Jeff Sacksteder Feb 17 '15 at 15:16
  • I know about Apache Xindice, however, JSON unfortunately is not an option... – TheSquad Feb 17 '15 at 15:35

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