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For the last several decades the predominant architectural style for the implementation of data-centric applications has had a relational database at the core, procedural code implementing the application services and an object-oriented API. More recently the API has transitioned, via a slight detour through SOAP-based web services, to a RESTful style, however what lies beneath that interface has been slower to take a new approach. In this paper we argue that upgrading that which is under thedoi:10.1145/1967428.1967437 dblp:conf/rest/DavisM11 fatcat:k63n56ex4zayfkx6dxitdualta