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  • Tech Blog
    As a distributed, ACID-compliant database, we get a lot of questions about how NuoDB works, and how it compares to more well-known architectures. In particular, people want to understand how NuoDB... READ MORE
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    As Seth mentioned in his post, NuoDB’s Transaction Engines implement a form of caching. He gave a high-level overview of what’s going on, and compared NuoDB’s techniques with several other database... READ MORE
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    We get a lot of questions about the caching part of our architecture, and whether NuoDB is an “in-memory” database. After all, there are many different types of caches, and it’s a key element of how... READ MORE
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    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
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    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... READ MORE
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    I did a webinar recently with Amazon. The focus was on what makes NuoDB different than other databases and why that means we’re so well-suited to run on AWS. I started off with a simple statement:... READ MORE
  • Corporate Blog
    Way back in 1780 in merry old England, the song/rhyme The Twelve Days of Christmas was published for the first time. Though its origins are debated to this day, the theme describes an increasingly... READ MORE
  • Corporate Blog
    The Data Driven train has already left the station. That is, at least, according to the recently announced preliminary results of the EMA/9sight 2014/15 Big Data survey. Over 60% of the respondents... READ MORE
  • Tech Blog
    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
  • Tech Blog
    Hi, I’m Adam Abrevaya, the VP of Engineering at NuoDB.  You’ll be seeing much more from me in the way of me introducing new innovative features in upcoming releases, how we build... READ MORE
  • Tech Blog
    Introduction 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
  • Collateral
    This eBook discusses the architectural synergy between Docker and NuoDB. READ MORE

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