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    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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    November 15, 2012 — Dateline New York City —  NuoDB’s Tech Evangelist, Wiqar Chaudry, Brand Manager, Max Summit and Trek Palmer, one of our top engineers, met with nearly 100 MySQL users in New York... READ MORE
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    NuoDB and 451 Research Announce Webinar To Discuss Application Development In The Post-Sharding Era of Cloud Databases Cambridge, MA – March 21, 2013 – NuoDB, Inc., the pioneer in cloud database ... READ MORE
  • Tech Blog
    Sharding is generally done for one or both of two reasons: To increase I/O bandwidth To partition in-memory data for more efficient usage of distributed caching The former is simply... READ MORE
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    Editor’s Note: This is an excerpt of a larger white paper written by Craig Mullins that explores database scaling options. You can download the full white paper here. Traditional Database... READ MORE
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    As cloud and container-based environments become ubiquitous, organizations are increasingly moving away from high-performance static hardware to dynamically changing, virtual, commodity... READ MORE
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    When it comes to addressing data requirements, scale is often a primary concern. If the database cannot scale to the required level, it doesn’t matter how advanced the algorithms are or how robust... READ MORE
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