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NuoDB Re-Writes The Rules for a 21st Century Database and Issues Challenge to Competitors
NuoDB Backs Rules Up with YCSB Benchmark Of 1 Million Transactions Per Second and Independent Validation from AMD.
Cambridge, MA – January 15, 2013 – NuoDB, Inc., a startup offering the industry’s only patented, elastically scalable Cloud Data Management System (CDMS), announced that its database software is generally available effective today, January 15, 2013. NuoDB is unveiling its CDMS, NuoDB Starlings release, at an invitation-only event at the Seaport Hotel in Boston, at 11 AM EST.
Anyone may attend the live-streamed launch event by registering here.
In addition, NuoDB Co-founder and CEO Barry Morris will introduce NuoDB’s 12 rules for a 21st century cloud database; issue a CDMS performance challenge to the industry; and announce several customers and partners including the leading distributor of automotive replacement parts and accessories, AutoZone, technology solutions provider NorthPoint, and food service and hospitality specialist ComplianceMetrix.
“After a comprehensive trial and intense listening to our 3,500 beta customers, NuoDB is ready for market,” stated Barry Morris. “Our Cloud Data Management System is a game changer. We are challenging the industry to offer comparable elastic scaling, over 1 million transactions per second performance on just $50,000 worth of commodity hardware as published in our latest benchmark report, as well as the many other cloud-friendly features found in our NuoDB Starlings release.”
“Support from market leaders like NorthPoint, our first paying customer, and AutoZone, the number one automotive retailer in the United States, is invaluable validation of our technology as we become commercially available. They are prime movers among a growing vanguard of forward-thinking companies embracing the 21st century database,” continued Morris.
Among those presenting at the January 15th event will be Dave Tewksbary, a technical expert for Dassault Systemes. Mr. Tewksbary will be discussing the results of his extensive evaluation of the NuoDB solution since January 2012.
“NuoDB is launching a revolution in the database world by leveraging commodity storage. For the first time, an application’s storage requirements can be satisfied using a pool of shared resources, operating in a fully-elastic way, as the nature of cloud computing requires,” stated Richard Cooley, Managing Partner, NorthPoint.
“The database is no longer a monolithic, resource-intensive burden with limited scalability. While still maintaining the documented benefits of ACID and SQL, NuoDB is about as disruptive as it gets,” continued Cooley.
NorthPoint builds enterprise digital platforms and transforms user experiences across the web, mobile, and social touch points. They focus on delivering scalable content and community solutions to organizations that drive revenue through online initiatives. They lead with experience.
NorthPoint has proudly built large-scale digital platforms for some of the world’s most prestigious organizations including Hearst Magazines, Shaw Media, Rodale Publishing, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Penton, Macmillan, Human Rights Watch, Christies Auction House, Rotary International, Gilt Groupe, Sony Music, Pearson Publishing, Cardiovascular Research Foundation, and many others in the Publishing, Not-for-Profit, Education, Media, and Healthcare industries.
A support quote from Ron Griffin, CIO, AutoZone, can be found in a separate press release issued January 15th.
NuoDB, Inc., is a Cambridge, MA-based startup that provides the industry’s first and only patented, elastically scalable Cloud Data Management System (CDMS). Unlike every other database, NuoDB is architected to scale out effortlessly on the cloud without compromising any of the features or guarantees of relational databases.
NuoDB was launched in 2010 by industry-renowned database architect Jim Starkey and accomplished software CEO Barry Morris.