Republished with permission from Gigaom
This blog continues the series on the top four considerations for choosing the database for software vendors moving to a SaaS business model. In addition to...READ MORE
Traditionally, relational databases were designed for scale-up architectures. Supporting more clients or higher throughput required an upgrade to a larger server. Until recently, this...READ MORE
Greetings loyal readers! In our previous post, we talked about the Jepsen tester and about the various improvements we made to it. In this post, I'm going to walk through a Jepsen run made with the...READ MORE
Hello, blog readers. Some of you may know that Kyle Kingsbury of jepsen fame turned the baleful eye of his test framework against NuoDB 1.2. Specifically, the jepsen test attempts to quantify...READ MORE
If you’ve used any piece of software that stores data then you’ve thought about how to backup that data. If you’re reading this, then I’m sure that you fall into this group and won’t be surprised...READ MORE
Hello Techblog readers!
I'm going to talk about tuning the Linux I/O scheduler to increase throughput and decrease latency on an SSD. I'll also cover another interesting topic about tuning the...READ MORE
Hello techblog readers! Today I’ll be talking about durability, the D in ACID, on NuoDB’s Cloud Database.
So how does NuoDB ensure durability? Let’s start with the storage manager process (i.e...READ MORE