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  • Cambridge, MA — September 26, 2012 – NuoDB, Inc., the leader in elastically scalable database software for the cloud, today announced that Barry Morris , CEO and Founder of NuoDB, Inc., will debate Dr. Amr Awadallah , CTO and Co-Founder of Cloudera, Inc., on the topic: “Debate – Hadoop versus The World.”

    The debate, officially part of the upcoming GigaOM Europe: Structure event in Amsterdam, The

  • It’s Meetup season for NuoDB this Fall and our diehard fans have spoken! If you haven’t had the chance to make it to one of our awesome underground NuoDB Boston Enthusiasts events yet, not to worry, the opportunity will soon resurface itself yet again.

    September Lineup NuoFusion: Introducing NuoDB to ColdFusion w/ Barry Morris (Online Meetup)

    WHEN: Thurs. September 27, 12:00pm (US ET)

    WHERE: Online

    WHY: In this talk, NuoDB CEO and Co-Founder Barry Morris will introduce the NuoDB cloud database product and show how ColdFusion and NuoDB can work together

  • 1,000+ Participate in Private Beta Test of Revolutionary New Database

    Cambridge, MA – August 29, 2012 - NuoDB Inc., the leader in elastically scalable database software for the cloud, is pleased to announce the one-thousandth download of our software currently available as a free version in beta testing.

    “Response to our beta testing has been extremely positive with customers finding the combination of elastic scalability, SQL compliance and ACID

  • Have You Heard? Bigger, Better, Faster, Stronger

    Beta 8 was released today and it’s bigger, better, faster and stronger than any other mastery out there! Here’s a quick summary of the many improvements in this release: Performance Improvements

    YCSB (industry standard Yahoo! Cloud Serving Benchmark for cloud databases)

  • NuoDB, the leader in elastically scalable database software for the cloud, is pleased to announce today the passing of our first patent by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in less than half the time normally allotted for approval of the average patent.

    The filing for the patent was officially requested on March 8th, 2011 and approved on July 17th, 2012 — a mere 15 months after, when compared to the average patent approval period of 34 months.

    When reporting to some of his fellow enthusiasts, Jim Starkey, Founder and CTO of NuoDB, had this to say

  • We’re picking up steam! … And we’ve got the followers to show for it.

    NuoDB is ready to take off and our diehard fans have been with us all the way. Join us for one of our upcoming, much anticipated, Meet-up groups. We have Boston lined up for August, New York later this Fall and hopefully a San Francisco trip in the works.

    “One of the interesting things about Nuonian Meet-ups is the indisputable opportunity that you get to have real face time with one of our head engineers,” NuoDB, Marketing & Branding Manger, Max Summit says.

  • Product Update: Beta 7 release hits the streets to immediate acclaim!

    You heard it here first: we gave you advanced notice about beta 7 last month. Beta 7 hit the streets for the rest of the world on June 28 and the response was immediate and positive.

    No surprise given how much goodness it offers; highlights include:

    Performance and scalability — Beta 7 now supports up to 50 nodes enabling the database to elastically scale to tens of thousands of transactions per second on Amazon EC2 or local commodity servers. Product hardening
  • Gary Morgenthaler Leads Round as New Investor Joining Former Database Executives Mitchell Kertzman and Nilanjana Bhowmik As Backers

    Cambridge, Mass. – July 9, 2012 – NuoDB, the leader in elastically scalable database software for the cloud, today announced a Series B round of funding of $10 million. The round was led by Morgenthaler Ventures and included participation by NuoDB’s previous investors, Hummer Winblad Venture Partners and Longworth Venture Partners. The latest round brings the company’s total funding

  • If the carefully scrutinized public cloud service outages tell us anything, it is that it’s time for us to think differently about databases on the cloud. Very differently.

    As relates to disaster recovery of databases, public cloud customers need three things:

    Safe Data Guarantees
    To have live, fully up to date and fully consistent copies of all your databases in a location of your own choice. That might be your corporate datacenter, a portable USB
  • And we’ve taken off with instant download hits.

    It seemed like a long wait for those who were anxious to move from Beta 6 to lucky Beta 7, but the hold back was well worth the wait.

    In addition to tackling a number of bugs reported by the Beta community, the latest beta release includes several key new features that incorporate developer feedback in key product areas:

    Performance and scalability — Beta 7 now supports up to 50 nodes enabling the database to elastically scale to tens of thousands of transactions per second on Amazon EC2 or

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