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  • Cambridge, MA, August 6, 2013 – NuoDB, Inc., the leader in NewSQL, announced the last release of their current product version and a technology preview of some upcoming second generation features available later in 2013. The preview is contained in the free download of the new NuoDB Starlings Release 1.2.

    Product improvements in the release include support for a range of SQL functions, a preview of a unique and powerful implementation of stored procedures, and support for new drivers and frameworks.

    Features in Release 1.2 and Technology

  • We like to keep things fresh here in our NuoDB Techblog, so we’re trying something new with this post. We’ve invited a developer from our community of users to contribute in a guest post, and his name is Jiri Cincura. I’m excited because he is going to talk about the great improvements he’s made to our new .NET driver. So not to steal any of his thunder I’ll leave it to you to read on – enjoy!


    I recently started working on NuoDB’s .NET driver to improve it, and especially to introduce Entity Framework

  • Tungsten Replicator is a software package that allows replication to be established between MySQL and another database product. This blog post describes how to configure replication between MySQL and NuoDB.

    The benefits of doing this are to:

    1. Offload realtime analytics from an overloaded operational MySQL instance. Both NuoDB and MySQL would run side by side with NuoDB

  • Cambridge, MA – July 30, 2013 – NuoDB, Inc., the leader in NewSQL, announced a live webinar entitled “Transitioning to NuoDB with the Tungsten Replicator” on how to avoid the time consuming efforts typically associated with improving MySQL scale out.

    Replication enables data from a master MySQL database to be copied to one or more slave MySQL databases. Replication is used to provide better performance by taking some of load off the master database freeing up more compute power.

    However the replication process results in the

  • Cambridge, MA – July 24, 2013 – NuoDB, Inc. , the industry leader in NewSQL, today announced the beta program for a new migration tool for MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, IBM DB2, PostgreSQL and Oracle RDBMS. The new tool facilitates migration from traditional database systems to the NuoDB operational database platform. The migration tool is Open Source and available for free download on the NuoDB DevCenter here or on Github.

  • Monitoring NuoDB using a common tool like Nagios presents an interesting challenge. Unlike many other applications, with NuoDB there isn’t a single process or a single host that you can check to ensure

  • Constance, Germany and Cambridge, MA - German software producer combit and NuoDB, Inc., the industry leader in NewSQL, announced a technology partnership today. By integrating combit’s award-winning reporting tool, List & Label, with NuoDB, customers will benefit from a seamless approach to reporting of operational intelligence in their NuoDB operational database.

  • If you’re a regular reader on this blog then you see us use the word “architecture” a lot. Like, a lot. Even if something isn’t tagged with architecture it’s what we’re really getting at when we dive into our use of MVCC , or caching or

  • Railo is an Open Source ColdFusion Markup Language (CFML) engine. We’ve had lots of interest from folks using Railo whether it is possible to support the NuoDB NewSQL database as a Railo datasource. The answer is, indeed, yes. This article details the process of provisioning a NuoDB-specific data source in Railo. By the

  • 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 that we get a lot of questions about how we support backup. This entry is going to answer some of those questions, but it’s also going to talk about the philosophy we bring to data backup and what that means for the future of the product.

    Before going any further I’ll state something that may be obvious: part of being in the “NewSQL”