SQLAuthority News – Register for NuoDB the Elastically Scalable, SQL/ACID Database

nuodbbanner SQLAuthority News   Register for NuoDB the Elastically Scalable, SQL/ACID DatabaseIf you are reading this blog, you will be familiar with the innovative database product NuoDB, which I have been experimenting recently. I have been working with this product since last year. I got my hand’s on this product when the product was in its very early phase as well, the product was yet to be ready. Now I feel very proud when I hear the announcement the product which I have seen growing from an infant stage to become extremely mature product.

NuoDB started with a blank slate to design a brand new Cloud Data Management System (CDMS) that has all of the features you want: 100% SQL, 100% ACID, 100% Elastically Scalable. The reason I call it innovative because an NuoDB user does not have to worry about any of the following:

  • NO partitioning or sharding
  • NO clustering
  • NO complex database administration
  • NO performance tuning

 It just works – no wonder they have patents on this innovative product. Well, now is the best part, the product is going to launch live on January 15th, 2013. This one-hour event will be available on the Web live.

On January 15, 2013, NuoDB, the world’s first and only patented, elastically scalable, SQL/ACID database, becomes generally available!

Register for the event on January 15, 11 AM EST! 

Matt Aslett, an analyst at The 451 Group, NuoDB execs and NuoDB customer representatives will:

  • Unveil a new standard for SQL database performance
  • Issue an industry-wide performance challenge
  • Show how top enterprise customers already use NuoDB
  • Explain the rapidly changing database landscape
  • Define what a 21st century database has to be

I will be there will you? 

Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.sqlauthority.com)

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