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  • Corporate Blog
    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
  • Corporate Blog
    Database sharding is an imperfect solution to a seemingly insurmountable problem. Let's take a look at why. Sharding is a technique where you scale out a database by segmenting your data across... READ MORE
  • Corporate Blog
    In my last blog, I talked about database sharding, exploring some of the reasons for doing so, as well as the challenges inherent to the approach. Given the many challenges with database sharding, it... 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
  • 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
  • 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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