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  • Tech Blog
    I wanted to share a brief summary on a few of the great developments in our latest release, NuoDB 1.1.1, available for download today. + We’ve made Query Optimizer improvements and fixes that... READ MORE
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    Spoiler Alert! Details on our next GA release, NuoDB 1.2, follow below. No window dressing, just the facts, so read on... Our typical development cycle produces 1 "point release" every 3 months,... READ MORE
  • Corporate Blog
    NuoDB’s “No Knobs” approach to administration delivers full database automation for all NuoDB databases. The Automation Console handles database configuration, deployment, and monitoring, making it... READ MORE
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    Last month, NuoDB’s CTO Seth Proctor was invited to speak at Database Month in New York City, where he delivered a comprehensive presentation on cloud architecture and his views on where it should go... READ MORE
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    Last week’s opening conversation at the GeekWire Summit featured Ray Ozzie, the online collaboration pioneer and former Microsoft chief software architect. The Q... READ MORE
  • Corporate Blog
    Mike Stonebraker is talking about NewSQL again today in a keynote at the NoSQL Now conference in San Jose. No prizes for guessing what Dr Stonebraker is going to say… namely that: SQL is not... READ MORE
  • Corporate Blog
    Part of being in a category, such as NewSQL, with competing technologies, such as VoltDB, is understanding where your solutions overlap, complement or diverge from one another. This week VoltDB... READ MORE
  • Corporate Blog
    Cambridge, MA – August 1, 2011 – NimbusDB, the thought leader in cloud database technology, announced today that the company has chosen to change its name to NuoDB. NuoDB is a NewSQL database system... READ MORE
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    Is the discussion about NewSQL and NoSQL a re-run of the discussion of SQL and Pre-SQL? Jim Starkey’s post on the trade-offs of database models (not least that the NoSQL model represents a... READ MORE
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    Klint Finley, in his piece about Most Over-Hyped Cloud Technologies, reports that readers identifed “NoSQL” as the #1 most hyped technology. That’s interesting, but to be fair it’s not really fair... READ MORE
  • Corporate Blog
    Bob Warfield questions assumptions of rapid market disruption in his response to Fred Wilson’s speculations. He makes the case that true disruption takes many years, and certainly VC investments... READ MORE
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    Mike Stonebraker is right when he says in his recent article that the NewSQL market exists to solve the New OLTP problem, however that leaves us with two questions to answer. First, are you... READ MORE

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