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    Benchmarking has been a topic that's been around for several years, but nothing really has been provided to the MultiValue Community to use. I've heard many different reasons for the lack of benchmarking, so I'll go through a few of them.


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    A Universally Unique Identifier (UUID) is an identifier standard used in many non-MultiValue databases and software to generate a Unique Id outside of using incremental numbers. A UUID is simply a 128-bit unique value that can be expressed as either a larger number, or a string.


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    Often the technical people are blamed for failures they had no control over whilst overpriced vendors often walk away untouched. If we don't want to be one of these statistics, we need to stop the disaster before it starts. To do this we need to take the initiative in the business strategy before it gets to the technology discussion. This is why we need to engage in the business consultation process. David Jordan talks about this problem and the solutions to addressing it.


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