Our wiki software reads and writes Markdown files from the filesystem. With 100+ pages on our wiki, we can still do near instantaneous full text search. Plus, changes to the content can continue to be tracked using Git and backed up automatically to Github. And there’s no database server to worry about. And if we ever want to migrate to another system, we’ve got all of our data in simple, human readable text files.
ToroDB is an open source, document-oriented, JSON database that runs on top of PostgreSQL.... It speaks natively the MongoDB protocol, meaning that it can be used with any mongo-compatible client.
Instead of storing the data in the database, you can just store small data like this on the network. What I mean by that is that instead of storing it, you let the client transmit the data back to you when you need it again.